From the ‘Avaya and Nortel link’ to the company’s major competitors and own weaknesses, this Business Week Avaya FAQ provides answers to some of the frequently asked questions about Avaya
since the company went private and bought up Nortel's enterprise division.
“What does its road map look like?
“Avaya hangs its future on Avaya Aura, the company’s SIP-based communication software platform that will be sandwiched between communications infrastructure — such as PBXs — and services — such as voice, video, messaging, conferencing and mobility.
“The company has hinted at a chameleon-like device that could perform many functions, some of them similar to what the iPad attempts to perform.
“It has also announced a forthcoming data center switch that will be upgradable to support 40Gbps and 100Gbps Ethernet.”