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Sipera Systems Avaya Aura Compliant

Sipera Systems has achieved compliance with Avaya Aura, enabling its UC-Sec security appliance to work with Communication Manager and Session Manager 6.0.

UC-Sec works as a secure access proxy node inside a unified communications architecture, ensuring end-to-end security and compliance for all internal and external UC end points, according to the company. Avaya compliance tested the solution for compatibility with the Aura Communication Manager and Aura Session Manager 6.0, which enables enterprise employees and teleworkers at any location to be securely connected regardless of the infrastructure their UC endpoints reside on.

Many enterprises are extending initial, internal VoIP installations and deploying voice, messaging, presence, video and Web applications to their entire global workforces. While they benefit from cost-effective, real-time communications and collaboration, these enterprises must also ensure the security of every application and communications device,” said Eric Rossman, vice president of developer relations at Avaya. Siperas UC-Sec appliances complement the Avaya Aura Communication Manager and Session Manager, ensuring enterprises can more confidently extend their UC infrastructures as well as secure every internal endpoint.”

Sipera, a Platinum member of Avayas DevConnect program, is eligible to submit products for compatibility testing by the Avaya Solution Interoperability and Test Lab, which develops a comprehensive test plan for each application to verify whether it is Avaya-compliant.  

Avaya Aura Communication Manager and Session Manager enable faster and easier deployment of voice, video, messaging and presence communications, helping enterprises boost productivity and business agility,” said Andy Asava, vice president of Business Development at Sipera. With UC-Sec appliances deployed, enterprises can securely extend Avaya UC applications to decentralized teleworkers.”


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