Professional-use equipment integrates email, voice, video, text messaging and social networking systems
The supplier of solutions for communication Avaya began this week to commercialize a tablet that, according to the company, is the first of the market focused specifically on the corporate market. The equipment, which uses a platform named Avaya Flare, has already been approved by Anatel (National Telecommunications Agency).
The company informs that about ten corporations, including companies from the financial and telecom segment, have already ordered the equipment, which should arrive in the next few days. And even without divulging expectations in terms of product numbers sold, Avaya informs that Flare should contribute with an increase of 40% in the billing of the unified communications and collaboration area by the end of 2011.
Among the features, the tablet, which uses the Android operating system, integrates email, voice, video, text messaging, and social networking systems. The equipment, marketed in conjunction with Avaya Desktop Video Device, has high-definition multi touch screen of 11.6 inches, integrated HD camera, microphones and stereo speakers.
The goal, according to the company, is to allow professionals to videoconference, use the data networks to make voice calls, have access to real-time information, among others. which can help improve communication and reduce costs.
By the end of 2011, the Avaya Flare platform must be available for other mobile devices such as PCs, laptops, and smartphones.
See video with demo of Avaya Flare.