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Avaya Virtual Services Platforms


  • SupportImg Virtual Services Platform 4000 Series


    Simplify your network by extending Avaya Fabric Connect to the campus, metro, or WAN edge. Designed for small sites, our Virtual Services Platform 4000 delivers full featured network virtualization capabilities in a low cost 1 Gig/10 Gig platform.
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  • SupportImg Virtual Services Platform 7000 Series


    Boost the performance of your business applications and significantly improve your service agility. Implementing a Distributed Top-of-Rack architecture empowers your applications to run at their best, and your IT staff to operate more efficiently. Building a distributed, high-performance backplane directly between server racks delivers the perfect solution for your distributed applications.
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  • SupportImg Virtual Services Platform 7200 Series


    You likely have multi-function applications distributed across any number of virtual machines, but numerous hops and over-subscribed uplinks can impact your application performance. Avaya's Virtual Services Platform 7200 Series addresses this challenge. It delivers low latency and fast throughput to improve the performance of your complex, distributed applications.
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  • SupportImg Virtual Services Platform 8000 Series


    Leverage sophisticated, latest-generation hardware and flexible virtualisation technologies to change how your network operates. An innovation in Ethernet Switching design, Avaya's Compact Form-Factor (CFF), helps your IT team reduce time spent on keeping-the-lights-on tasks.
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  • SupportImg Virtual Services Platform 9000 Series


    Improve the resiliency and stability of your network with this ultra-reliable and high-performance Core Switch platform. Protect your enterprise from network outage call-outs when you deploy the Virtual Services Platform 9000, with its hardened architecture and instantaneous recovery.
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