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Avaya Chooses Talari Networks as DevConnect Program Partner; Emerick Woods Comments

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Avaya Logo_ExecutiveBizAvaya Inc. has chosen Talari Networks Inc. to become a technology partner in its third-party solutions development program, which seeks to facilitate efficient communications with customers.

The DevConnect program will allow Talari to embed its wide area network (WAN) solution into Avaya’s integrated communications services to help clients advance their network applications such as VoIP, video conferencing and virtual desktop infrastructure, according to a Talari statement.

“By building on Avaya resources and working more closely with the company to deliver compliance-tested solutions to the market, we are able to improve network reliability and performance with rapid deployment so businesses can quickly realize a benefit to their bottom line,“ said Emerick Woods, president and CEO, Talari.

Talari has developed the mercury adaptive private networking solution, which combines broadband, leased-line and other links to enhance network performance.

As Avaya's technology partner, Talari will deploy its WAN solution to help multi-site data and call centers manage their voice and video callsTalari with resiliency and quality of service, said Eric Rossman, vice president for developer relations at Avaya.

The DevConnect program aims to develop and co-market third-party solutions that meet Avaya standards.

Currently, the program has thousands of members, including software and hardware developers, integrators, service providers and customers.

Avaya provides DevConnect members with technical education and support, as well as free access to its platforms and interfaces.

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Written by David J. Barton

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