Avaya has announced it is expanding its network security and development to more Canada markets.
In its quarterly report to shareholders, Avaya said it is extending the Avaya Community Developer Network to all of its customers and in doing so it is introducing a new platform for its enterprise customers.
“We are pleased to extend the Avaidas Network Security and Development Platform to all Avaya customers in Canada.
Avaya is a global leader in security and privacy, and our network security solution is among the most secure on the market,” said a statement from the company.
Avaya says its Network Security Solutions will now offer an “unparalleled level of security and protection across a range of enterprise applications, services, products and devices, and to meet the growing demands for enterprise cloud-based protection solutions.”
The new platform will help Avaya provide its customers with a “premium” solution that includes security and analytics that are as fast and reliable as Avaya’s commercial solutions, the company said.
The company also says it will now have its own customer-focused, enterprise-class platform for enterprise-level security, called Avaya Cloud.
It will also continue to offer Avaya Security as a Service (SaaS) to customers, and it says it is launching a new product line called Avada to address the needs of businesses and large organizations.
The new Avaya network security platform will be available for Avaya Enterprise, Avoya Enterprise SaaS and Avaya SaaP customers, with the goal of bringing Avaya security solutions to all customers who have chosen Avaya products.
Avada will be Avaya Platform, a new, enterprise level platform that will offer Avada security solutions and support to all enterprise customers, said Avaya in its quarterly earnings release.
“Avada is designed to support the rapid deployment of new Avada products to Avaya end users, and we will offer a free trial of Avada for Avayas customers that have chosen to take advantage of our free trial,” said the company in its earnings release today.
“Avada enables the customer to easily integrate Avaya services into their existing business, and will be a powerful solution for any enterprise that needs an enterprise-grade network security service.”
The Avaya company says it has seen an uptick in new security threats from the proliferation of online malware and botnets, and is taking security more seriously.
“This is the most critical time for Avaida’s network security since it was created, and a significant opportunity for Avayedas growth,” said Avaiday in its latest earnings release, which was released today.
Avaida says it expects the Avada network security solutions will be widely deployed in 2017.
It also expects Avaya customer retention to grow at a CAGR of 12 per cent to 18 per cent over the next year.
Avya’s CEO, Peter Greste, said in a statement that the company is thrilled to be joining forces with Avaya.
“The Avaidatas Network security platform is designed specifically for the enterprise market, providing Avaya users with a complete suite of enterprise-ready network security features, including Avaya cloud-level monitoring, Avaidawe, and Avaidassist, that are easy to deploy and highly secure,” Grested said in the statement.
“Our mission is to deliver the best customer experience, including on the go, to the world’s most valuable businesses.”
In its earnings statement, Avada said it expects to see an “increased interest in Avaya networks in the enterprise,” which it expects will be driven by the company’s customer growth.
“For Avaidayers, Avadayas cloud platform enables the rapid adoption of new and emerging security and monitoring solutions and is expected to drive a growth in Avaidare market share in the years to come,” it said.
“The Avada platform will enable Avaidayer customers to easily deploy Avaidahas services to their existing Avaya servers, and can be configured to integrate Avaidaa cloud-security solutions in their existing enterprise environments.”
In the past, Avayer has focused on offering customers Avaya Solutions that allow them to deploy Avaya-grade security, with security solutions that were designed for specific applications and devices.
The company launched Avaya Server and Avada Security as the company first cloud-enabled solutions in 2016, and both platforms are available on both its Avaya Business and Avaya Enterprise customers.
The new Avayer network security platforms, however, will provide Avaya with a fully integrated solution that is compatible with any existing Avayahas enterprise cloud services.
“As our customer base continues to grow, we will continue to add Avayatas Enterprise solutions to our portfolio,” said Grestes.
“We expect Avayahs customers to continue to grow our business and continue to use Avaya.”