What’s Next For Unified Communications?

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Lawrence Byrd, our podcast guestAvaya has launched a new architecture for Unified Communications (UC) with its new software product Avaya Aura™. This enterprise-wide SIP architecture connects users, UC devices, disparate legacy voice and IP systems plus UC applications, creating a holistic UC services delivery system. That is, a centrally managed Avaya Aura™ can disseminate common UC services to every corner of the enterprise independent of locations and multivendor systems, across all kinds of SIP endpoint. Avaya Aura™ promises to significantly reduce communications and management costs, using a single multivendor dial-plan, common user profiles and by simplifying SIP trunking, while offering federated presence and application integration software to integrate UC into enterprise applications. To understand Avaya Aura™ and what’s next for UC, Lawrence Byrd, Director of Unified Communications Architecture for Avaya, is my guest.

4 Debates over What’s Next For Unified Communications?

  1. cmcgugan said:

    RT @Nicklippis: I interview Avaya’s Lawrence Byrd on their new UC platform Aura on the Lippis Report podcast http://tinyurl.com/ctdrxw

  2. Avaya said:

    RT @NickLippis: I interview Avaya’s Lawrence Byrd on their new UC platform Aura on the Lippis Report podcast http://tinyurl.com/ctdrxw

  3. Jim Keenan said:

    RT @Nicklippis: I interview Avaya’s Lawrence Byrd on their new UC platform Aura on the Lippis Report podcast http://tinyurl.com/ctdrxw

  4. Chris McGugan said:

    RT @Nicklippis: I interview Avaya’s Lawrence Byrd on their new UC platform Aura on the Lippis Report podcast http://tinyurl.com/ctdrxw