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Avaya IP Office Release 9.1 is here!

IPO-R9.1

IP Office 9.1 is targeted for General Availability on December 22, 2014.

Overview

Avaya continues to improve the IP Office Platform. Release 9.1 is the most scalable, resilient, powerful, and simplest to use & administer that Avaya has ever produced. Below are some of the enhancements Avaya is introducing in release 9.1 that will help them build upon their market leadership.

Introducing IP Office Select

Avaya IP Office Select offers a unique combination of premium collaboration capabilities, enterprise-grade scale, resiliency, and security, with the simplicity and value of Avaya IP Office. IP Office Select helps upper midsize businesses achieve their enterprise-like team and customer engagement aspirations with the simplicity and affordability required by their IT staff and budgets
Unparalleled scale – up to 2,500 users on a single-site server or across 150 locations – all of which can have simultaneous access to full UC capabilities
Flexible resiliency options including selective failover and support for VMware High Availability
Highly secure communications including embedded encryption of signaling and voice traffic
Integration with industry-standard LDAP directories including Microsoft Active Directory

Additional enhancements across IP Office

New Web Collaboration

Integrated solution supporting application, document, and screen sharing as well as white boarding
Co-resides on the IP Office Select and Server Edition primary server, with an optional external server for additional scale and for Preferred Edition
Scheduling of audio and web collaboration meetings means ports are available when you need them

Simplified Administration

Web Manager gets even more capabilities for more consistency and simplicity
End-user self administration makes minor changes easier and faster for everyone
General Enhancements

Even better security policies and more encryption

Enterprise branch improvements make IP Office an even better option for larger opportunities
Voice quality monitoring provides more robust troubleshooting capabilities