Avaya IP Office Server EditionA resilient, server-based version of IP Office that is perfect for multi-site companies
Centralised Business Communications with Avaya Server Edition
Instead of traditional phone system hardware, Avaya IP Office Server Edition is installed on a standard Linux server. This can be located within your premises or in a data centre, providing extra peace of mind. It’s perfect for any business wishing to embrace Unified Communications, Enterprise Mobility, and the option of having an off-site solution.
Avaya Server Edition is also extremely scalable, with a capacity of 2000 users- ideal for companies expecting to grow. New users are easy and hassle-free to set up, as handsets that self-configure can be quickly and easily added to the network and ready for use right away. Read our product review here.
Our Bristol and Southampton based engineers are experts in installing, maintaining and training users on Server Edition, so if you’re looking for a local partner to support you then we’re only a phone call away.
Resilient, great for Disaster Recovery
Move to the Cloud
Perfect for multi-site businesses
Grow your business
How does it work?
It runs as part of your server infrastructure, and connects desk phones, soft phones or smart devices to your phone system. Centred on a Linux server, this communications platform will connect your staff and allow collaboration on nearly any device. You can use a mixture of IP, analogue or digital phones alongside softphones, ensuring maximum flexibility, and there are video conferencing capabilities too.
Easy to use
Reliable and stable
Enhanced business communication over a variety of channels
Embed in your most used desktop applications
Read our case study on how we helped a multisite law firm make the move from a traditional PBX system to Server Edition from Avaya
- Supports up to 32 sites
- Handles 100-2000 users
- Can be deployed in two set-ups: either using a centralised server or separate phone systems at each site.
- Seamless switchover from the old system, preventing disruption to the business.
- Works with IP, digital and analogue handsets, and can handle a combination of all three types.
- Unified Communications – brings together messaging, mobility and presence