Avaya Video & Collaboration

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Avaya / Radvision
RADVISION SCOPIA
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RADVISION SCOPIA Solution Benefits
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Video Conferencing Systems
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Video Conferencing Systems
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Video Conferencing Systems
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Video Conferencing Systems
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Video Conferencing Systems
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Video Conferencing Systems
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Video Conferencing Systems
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Video Conferencing Systems
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Video Conferencing Systems
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Video Conferencing Systems
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Video Conferencing Systems
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Video Management
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Video Management
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Video Management
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Video Infrastructure
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Video Infrastructure
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Video Infrastructure
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Video Infrastructure
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Video Infrastructure
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Video Infrastructure
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Video Infrastructure
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Video Infrastructure
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Avaya / Radvision Integration
iView Management
Avaya Aura™ System Manager
services
Avaya Aura™ Conferencing
SBC to WLAN 8100
NAT Firewall
Traversal
Elite MCU
Avaya Flare
for Mac &
Windows
XT1200
Scopia
Mobile
Avaya one-X ®
XT1000 & XT 1000 Piccolo
Communicator
Flare on iPad
ADVD
VC240
XT5000
•
Room
Scopia Desktop
Mobile & Remote
Desktop
Avaya
Aura® as control point for delivering communications providing consistent user experience and efficiency
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Avaya / Radvision Mapping
Avaya
Polycom OTX, LifeSize Conference
Radvision
SCOPIA XT Telepresence Platform
SCOPIA Control
1030/1040/1050, 720p 60fps Camera
SCOPIA XT1200 Room System
1030/1040/1050
SCOPIA XT1000 Room System
1020
SCOPIA XT1000 Piccolo Room System
1030/1040/1050, One Touch Video, LifeSize Video Center
SCOPIA XT1000 Desktop Series
1010
SCOPIA VC240 Desktop System
One Touch Video, LifeSize Video Center
SCOPIA Desktop Video Conferencing
One-X Mobile, Flare on iPad, LifeSize ClearSea
SCOPIA Mobile
Avaya Video Conferencing Manager, Polycom CMA, LifeSize Control
SCOPIA iVIEW Management Suite
Evolution Server, Polycom CMA, LifeSize Gatekeeper
SCOPIA ECS Gatekeeper
Polycom RMX 2000/4000, LifeSize Bridge
SCOPIA Elite 5000 MCU Series
Polycom RMX 1500/2000, LifeSize Bridge
SCOPIA 100/400 MCU
Polycom RMX
Telepresence Interoperability
Polycom VBP, LifeSize Transit, Sipera
SCOPIA PathFinder Firewall Traversal
Polycom RMX (w/ISDN), LifeSize Networker
SCOPIA Gateway
SCOPIA 3G Video Gateway
ACE 3.1, LifeSize Passport/Express/Team/Room
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SCOPIA Video Gateway for Microsoft Lync
Customer Benefits FAQ
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Q: What are the customer benefits that RADVISION brings to the table that Avaya doesn't provide already?
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A: RADVISION will help enhance Avaya's existing solutions by adding fully integrated, interoperable and standards-based video
conferencing for rooms, telepresence, desktop and mobile requirements with high resolution. In addition, the solutions support
H.323 as well as SIP, for highly cost-effective migration between existing networks and advanced technologies. RADVISION’s
solutions also support mobile collaboration and BYOD, plus b2b and b2c collaboration. In addition, RADVISION’s Technology
Business Unit (TBU) offers industry-leading video components and toolsets that enable Video Collaboration through a wide range
of OEM suppliers.
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Q: What does it mean when Avaya and RADVISION say they will offer a fully integrated solution?
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A: A “fully integrated” solution means that all infrastructure and endpoints are registered and managed via Avaya Aura Session
Manager. We expect to continue to support all industry standards, but do plan to offer customers a reasonable migration path to
SIP to deliver the highest performance and lowest cost of ownership. From the Avaya’s Data Networking perspective, these
solutions are also connected and acting as a services platform to link endpoints and users. The entire solution is expected to be
secure, scalable and manageable.
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Q: What will differentiate Avaya-RADVISION's portfolio offers from those available from other enterprise
videoconferencing vendors? Why will Avaya be successful against the two other vendors with considerable more market
share and brand recognition?
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A: Other vendors have approached video from the room system and telepresence endpoints, driving video toward voice and call
center integration. In doing this they often have created very expensive (and sometimes difficult to manage) separate voice and
video networks. Avaya’s leadership in creating unified communications and call center solutions will extend this value proposition,
and Avaya expects to make video as easy and manageable as voice for its customers. Avaya will drive unified communicationsbased video out to mobile clients and will focus on making video ubiquitous in the enterprise, encouraging ad-hoc, as-needed
usage and providing support for companies who need to address employee bring-your-own-device (BYOD) issues within their
workforce.
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Q: What will Avaya do with their existing video offers such as Avaya Desktop Video Device, Avaya one-X Communicator
with video and AVCS?
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A: We expect to have full interoperability with Avaya's existing video products upon closing of the transaction, and customers will
be able to choose the solutions that best meet their needs.
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Avaya Solutions FAQ
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Q: How will the RADVISION SCOPIA Mobile solutions fit with our current mobile one-X/Flare offerings?
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A: Both solutions will continue to evolve and work together, in the same way that there are multiple desktop Avaya offerings (oneX Communicator and Flare for Windows) which are geared towards different target use cases. SCOPIA Mobile solutions will be
appropriate for users looking primarily to extend their video capabilities to mobile devices, where one-X Mobile fits better for
customers extending their telephony solutions to mobile devices, and Flare for iPad provides a consistent, next-generation, multimodal UC experience across multiple platforms.
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Q: How will SCOPIA MCU solutions fit with our current/future AAC solutions?
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A: AAC 7.0 will provide an industry-leading conferencing platform, with unmatched scalability and performance and multi-modal
conferencing capabilities for web/audio/video conferencing, primarily based around SVC (Scalable Video Coding) and Avaya
video clients. SCOPIA MCU products not only provide a centralized video bridging capabilities for customers looking for
dedicated video bridging capabilities, but can also provide interoperability and transcoding between existing/legacy video
environments and Avaya’s next-generation SVC-based AAC 7.0 platform.
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Q: How does the SCOPIA PathFinder Firewall Traversal solution fit with Sipera?
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A: The SCOPIA PathFinder Firewall Traversal solution will provide firewall and NAT traversal capabilities for traditional video
endpoints, where Sipera is focused primarily on SBC/traversal solutions for SIP endpoints/clients and remote worker solutions.
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Q: How does the SCOPIA Video Gateway for Microsoft Lync solution fit with ACE 3.1?
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A: ACE 3.1 will include ACE Lync video integration , allowing peer-to-peer video calling between ACE Lync users and Avaya video
endpoints/clients, the SCOPIA Video Gateway for Microsoft Lync solution also provides interoperability with native Microsoft Lync
video clients, and allows multipoint calling with both ACE Lync and Microsoft Lync clients.
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