News : Avaya Awarded 2015 Technology Partner of the Year by Axis Communications
Santa Clara, CA, United States, Dec 15, 2015 -- Avaya, a global provider in business communications software, systems and services, was named 2015 Technology Partner of the Year by Axis Communications at its 10th annual Axis Connect & Converge Conference (ACCC) held in San Antonio, Texas. Axis, the global provider in network video, presented these annual awards to top channel, software and technology partners.
Avaya received this honor for its exemplary success and loyalty, delivering solutions to meet customer needs. Avaya Networking enables faster, more flexible and reliable support for Axis video surveillance deployments, leading to greater security and public safety. Avaya fabric networking technologies simplify IP video surveillance deployments by eliminating the need for multiple protocols and with very simple end point provisioning that requires only one or two lines of command.
"It is an honor to bring together the top companies in our industry at ACCC and recognize those strong relationships and shared sense of leadership in providing innovative security and business solutions. These companies are leading the way to a smarter and safer world for all," said Larry Newman, senior director of sales, Axis Communications, Inc.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Avaya is a recognized innovator, leading business communications for the digital age. Avaya delivers smart global solutions and technologies for customer and team engagement, unified communications and collaboration, contact center and customer experience management, and networking. We provide related services to large enterprises, midmarket companies, small businesses, and government organizations around the world.
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Axis Communications AB is a Swedish manufacturer of network cameras for the physical security and video surveillance industries. It operates in the market segments transport, infrastructure, retail, banking, education, government and industrial.
Published: Wednesday, December 16, 2015