Fusion Qualifies in Avaya DevConnect Compliance Test for SIP Trunking Solution

By CIOReview | Tuesday, October 13, 2015
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FREMONT, CA: Fusion, a provider of cloud services receives Avaya compliant certification for its SIP Trunking solution. The platform is rated to be compliant with Avaya’s Unified Communications solutions. Fusion SIP Trunking facilitates businesses of all sizes to closely manage voice-optimized network ensuring optimal performance with exceptional reliability, availability, security, and quality of service. The solution backs communication and collaboration services without the need for existing infrastructure replacements. The solution is compatible with Avaya IP Office 9.1 and Avaya Session Border Controller for Enterprise 6.3.

“Completing Avaya DevConnect compliance testing for our SIP Trunking solution gives current and future customers a cost effective SIP solution that they can be confident will interoperate seamlessly with their Avaya infrastructure. We look forward to continuing our DevConnect membership and expanding our portfolio of compliance-tested services and solutions,” explains Russell P. Markman, President of Business Services, Fusion

As a technology partner of Avaya DevConnect program, Fusion can develop, market and sell innovative third-party products which are interoperable with Avaya technology thereby elaborating company’s investment value among its network.  DevConnect Compliance Tests offers Avaya customers interoperability between DevConnect Member solutions and Avaya products. With the successful completion of test, Avaya publishes one or more DevConnect Application Notes for aiding Avaya support personnel, channel partners and customers in configuring and deploying these interoperable products.

Fusion underwent DevConnect’scompliance testing of SIP trunk services against Avaya Aura, IP Office and other Avaya solutions in line with reference to specific architectures using the Avaya Aura Session Border Controller for Enterprises (SBC-E) in most configurations. The test is conducted under a test plan formulated by Avaya engineers with respect to each application to cross check if they are Avaya compatible. This will enable business like Fusion to add enterprise grade capabilities to their network accelerating deployment speed of new applications thus bringing down both network complexity and implementation costs.

"Technology Partners like Fusion help Avaya customers lower costs and increase profitability by providing comprehensive SIP trunking solutions. By successfully completing compliance testing, Fusion demonstrates its commitment to seamless integration with Avaya products,” says Eric Rossman, vice president, Developer Relations, Avaya.