Company Overview of Avaya Inc.
Avaya Inc. provides business collaboration and communications solutions in the United States and internationally. It operates in three segments: Global Communications Solutions (GCS), Avaya Networking, and Avaya Global Services (AGS). The GCS segment offers unified communications, collaboration, contact center, and networking solutions, such as video and conferencing, communications and messaging, platforms, infrastructure and phones, assisted experience management, automated experience management, performance management, and cloud enablement products. The Avaya Networking segment provides Internet protocol networking infrastructure products, including Ethernet switches, routers and virtual ...
4655 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Founded in 2000
Key Executives for Avaya Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, President, Director and Member of Nominating & Governance Committee
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President
President of Global Field Operations and Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales
President of Avaya Client Services and Senior Vice President
President of Avaya Labs Research
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Avaya Inc. Key Developments
Avaya Inc. Appoints L. David Dell'Osso as Vice President, Corporate Controller and Chief Accounting Officer
Jul 22 15
On July 20, 2015 (the effective date), L. David Dell'Osso was appointed Vice President, Corporate Controller and Chief Accounting Officer of Avaya Inc. Mr. Dell'Osso has served as the company's Senior Director and Controller, Global Revenue Assurance since June 2011. During February 2013, Mr. Dell'Osso assumed additional responsibility for the Inventory Controllership and he also served as the company's Acting Corporate Controller from April 27, 2015 until the effective date. Prior to joining the Company, he held various positions with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, most recently as Director, National Professional Services Group from July 2006 until he joined the company in June 2011.
Avaya Inc. and Steel ORCA Enters Strategic Partnership to Build Next-Generation Software-Defined Data Center
Jul 9 15
Avaya Inc. and Steel ORCA have entered into a strategic partnership to build a next-generation software-defined data center. Steel ORCA will standardize its data center architecture on Avaya Fabric Connect, setting the stage for rolling out the complete Avaya SDN Fx architecture later this year 2015. Opening this year 2015, Steel ORCA's Digital Utility Center is one of the newest and most technologically advanced data centers in the US The company provides colocation, managed services and cloud solutions on a global basis, emphasizing the responsiveness, reliability and resiliency of its data center services. Cloud service providers and data center operators such as Steel ORCA are building next-generation facilities using fabric-based SDN architectures as a way to meet the complex demands of delivering global cloud services. Avaya SDN Fx will allow Steel ORCA to add new customers and application services quickly and simply as their business and that of their customers grows. With a commitment to staying agile in an ever-evolving, turbulent business climate, Steel ORCA chose to implement the end-to-end mesh technology of Avaya Fabric Connect over a traditional box-by-box architecture. Avaya Fabric Connect enables Steel ORCA to enforce its commitment by providing agility needed to turn up or change services for multiple clients on the fly -without needing to touch the network core. Multi-tenancy capabilities within Avaya Fabric Connect will help the company provide more secure, segmented networks within their data center operations, and extend an increased level of digital security for customers. Steel ORCA's implementation of Avaya Fabric Connect sets the stage for a full Avaya SDN Fx deployment later this year. The Avaya SDN Fx architecture is the first to deliver automation and programmability from the network core to the user edge, providing connect anything, anywhere simplicity to both Steel ORCA and its customers. An ideal foundation on which to build Internet of Everything strategies, this extensibility makes it much easier to accommodate and configure the escalating number of intelligent devices and users at the edge that need to be connected. Many companies talk about being agile, but true agility can only be achieved through a constant focus on simplifying the organization and its underlying infrastructure, without compromising its resiliency.
Avaya Unveils Collaboration Pod 2400 Series for Midsize Enterprises
Jun 24 15
Avaya has announced the launch of Collaboration Pod 2400 series, a new model of the Avaya Collaboration Pod, for midsize enterprises. Designed for rapid implementation and streamlined management of Avaya Engagement Solutions, the Collaboration
Pod 2400 Series combines applications, servers, storage, networking and management components in an easy-to-deploy, ready-to-operate package. Avaya is also launching a fast-track Collaboration Pod onboarding program for qualified Avaya channel partners to help them quickly and successfully deliver the new Collaboration Pod 2400 to customers, as well as a demo program for customers and channel partners. Based on solutions from Avaya, HP, EMC, and VMware, the fully-integrated, tested Avaya Collaboration Pod 2400 can reduce the time to service for Engagement Solutions to weeks from months. The Collaboration Pod is customized to the requirements of each customer and can be expanded as needs change. In addition, Avaya and authorized channel partners can provide 'single source' support for all Collaboration Pod components, simplifying software upgrades and eliminating the need for support coverage from multiple vendors. The Avaya Collaboration Pod 2400 can be combined with Avaya's unified access technologies for a complete, single vendor solution for midsize enterprises that includes networking, data center and applications for mobile engagement environments. Avaya plans to make the new Collaboration Pod available globally in late June.
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