Avaya to resell NVT Phybridge's long-reach, single-pair PoE switches

NVT Phybridge is a specialist in long reach PoE technology, designed to eliminate 'rip-and-replace' for organizations with legacy infrastructure seeking to migrate to IP and modern LAN infrastructure.

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Avaya Holdings Corp. (NYSE: AVYA) today announced a resale agreement with NVT Phybridge to provide that company's long reach, single-pair Power over Ethernet (PoE) switches for IP modernization projects as part of Avaya’s unified communications portfolio.

NVT Phybridge is a specialist in long reach PoE technology, which it says eliminates 'rip-and-replace' for organizations with legacy infrastructure seeking to migrate to IP and modern LAN infrastructure supporting unified communications and digital contact centers. Optimized for making long distance IP connections simple, secure, and cost-effective, the company says its series of long reach switches enable customers to modernize to IP-based networks, transforming existing or new infrastructure into an IP path with power.

Per the company, "NVT Phybridge long reach PoE switches are proven to help customers save money, eliminate risk and disruption, and create a robust and highly secure network platform; eliminating infrastructure barriers that keep customers stuck on TDM. This is especially important for large enterprises like hospitals, universities, government installations, hotels and others looking to accelerate their digital transformation with new unified communications solutions that would have previously required them to rip and replace existing network and telephony cabling. Now organizations can transform their existing and proven voice infrastructure into an IP backbone without the disruption or the increased costs."

“Avaya is making it easier for organizations and large enterprises to accelerate their digital transformation initiatives with advanced unified communications and collaborations solutions, while keeping their existing telephony and networking infrastructure,” commented Hardy Meyers, Senior Vice President, Strategy & Business Development, Avaya. “We’ve had great success with customers in leveraging NVT Phybridge to underpin our UC implementations in legacy environments. By incorporating their plug-and-play solutions into the portfolio Avaya offers directly to market, we can provide our compelling, cost-effective UC offer to a wider range of enterprises globally.”

Avaya customer Nick Kwiatkowski, Unified Communications Manager at Michigan State University asserts, “The combination of the NVT Phybridge PoLRE switch solution and our Avaya UC solutions has helped to enable an affordable, and non-disruptive migration path to IP. Being able to upgrade our infrastructure without disruption while experiencing the simplicity, stability, and ease of deployment has allowed us to deliver the latest Avaya technology and features to our users. We have been able to simplify network requirements to accelerate our digital transformation. Both companies made it easy for us to seamlessly upgrade our solutions in a timely manner helping us to avoid costly and disruptive infrastructure upgrades.”

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