Enterprises Turn to Wireless to Advance Digital Transformation: Avaya
By apacciooutlook | Monday, December 03, 2018
FREMONT, CA: Avaya, a provider of telecommunication services and solutions, announces wireless solutions have increased in demand as government and enterprises are leveraging emerging trends such as mobility, bring your own devices (BYOD) and the internet of things (IoT) in order to realize secure digital transformation.
The company has reported a triple digit growth in the past six months for its wireless networking business across Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa. The sudden surge in the growth is accounted to the adaption of secured environment by organizations and governments to enable support to mobile users and applications.
Avaya aims to deliver secure and advanced wireless services by allowing usersto connect easily, securely and automatically at the network edge. The wireless solutions are supported by Avaya Fabric architecture which enables enterprises to ease Wi-Fi deployment and accelerate time-to-service for applications, resulting in enterprises embracing IoT and reaping its benefits.
Due to the high speeds at which the business world is transforming, enterprises can’t afford the risk to be constrained by traditional wired solutions. Enterprises are seeking to emerging trends to allow their employees the freedom to move freely during their work through the day and securely access information whenever or wherever they are.
“Many businesses in the region are at the cusp of transforming digitally. They are looking at solutions that are cost-effective, scalable and futureproof but ultimately looking at addressing their customer’s needs. The benefits of Digital Transformation will allow them to be proactive and agile to fulfill demand and is one of top initiatives of the CIO agenda with nearly 70% of industries looking to embark on transformation initiatives in 2016. Wireless connectivity solutions fit these needs perfectly and are often, fundamental to the transformation efforts itself,” says Paul Black, Director of Telecoms, Media and IOT, IDC Middle East, Turkey and Africa.