Home Business IT Networking LifeSize gets compatibility tick from Avaya

LifeSize's Room 220, Express 220, Passport, Passport Connect, and Bridge high-definition video conferencing products have all been tested for compatibility with Avaya's collaboration and communication systems.

Avaya has tested the compatibility of the LifeSize products with Aura Session Manager 6.1 and Aura Communication Manager 6.0.1, as well as with one-X Communicator 6.1.3 and the Avaya Desktop Video Device 1.1.

"Our philosophy at LifeSize is to relentlessly innovate to deliver the best quality and most flexible video experience to our customers, which includes making improvements to the behind-the-scenes infrastructure," said Simon Claringbold, general manager and vice president of LifeSize Asia Pacific.

"We believe that video will only become broadly adopted when it is easy to integrate into a company's existing network. By successfully achieving interoperability with Avaya platforms, we are making that integration experience seamless."

Eric Rossman, vice president, developer relations at Avaya said "Working with independent technology companies to assess compatibility through the Avaya DevConnect Program helps us ensure that Avaya customers can confidently upgrade and leverage the latest technologies from Avaya."

LifeSize is a technology partner in Avaya's DevConnect program, which allows the company to submit products for compliance testing by the Avaya Solution Interoperability and Test Lab.

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