Solutions for digital India showcased at Avaya techathon

12 Oct 2015
PUNE: Avaya, a business communications technology company, recently showcased its latest solutions for realising digital India, the government initiative to connect the country, including its villages, via a broadband network for digital delivery of services.
This was done at the three-city techathon which focused on technologies for smart cities, enterprises, banking, healthcare and education.
Avaya experts demoed solutions to help government, citizens, businesses, banks, healthcare providers, and educational institutions accelerate their communication and collaboration by embedding "communication" in a wide variety of everyday devices while enhancing the security around them. These offerings come with blended capabilities like Internet of Things (IoT), video, mobility, wireless, data analytics, networking, and communication.
The company's largest development operations spread across Pune, Bangalore and Hyderabad. More than 35 per cent of the company's product and solution development comes out of India. Avaya's India R&D centers comprise more than 2,200 engineers, researchers and product management staff and boast state-of-the-art research and engineering labs. "Digital India represents a huge opportunity for us. It encouraged us to put on our thinking caps and come up with solutions that prove compelling in the Indian context," said Satish Murthy, Senior Director and Bangalore Site Leader at Avaya.

This article appeared in TOI on 12 October 2015