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Avaya brings a smart networking foundation to power smart cities in India

US-based communications systems major Avaya is hopeful of cashing in on India’s Smart City project with its new Fabric Network Connect technology which can provide what they call a ‘smart foundation’. 372 more words

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Definity PBX Writings, Circa 1992

Around 2011, I was surfing the packet waves as always, seeking information on old technology as most of the Web is focused on any history in the technological sense from 1995 and present. 2,592 more words

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San Jose Earthquakes Set To Inaugurate Avaya Stadium

SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) — The San Jose Earthquakes have been kicking around the South Bay since the 1970’s, but now they finally have a home – Avaya Stadium, the Bay Area’s first soccer-specific facility. 301 more words

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Understanding Security Certificates for SIP Clients

Let me make this perfectly clear. I would never recommend that a company roll-out SIP clients (hard or soft telephones) without enacting comprehensive security policies. This applies to endpoints inside and outside the corporate network. 848 more words

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Private Systems: Merlin Magix KSU at the Publisher's Old School Circa 2003

This was taken in 2003, at my school in Massachusetts. We had a Merlin Magix Key system. A year later, the system was converted from the Key arraignment to a PBX (where we would dial out.) The system was in a bare minimal setup, where all the phones were Partner phones and it’s adjacent “central office” (for all the layabout execs) had a Partner ACS system. 137 more words

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