Network Readiness Assessment
Prepare Your Network to Deliver Quality Voice- and Video-Over-IP Experiences
ANTICIPATE AND AVOID PROBLEMS AS YOU UPGRADE TO NEW COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES
As you upgrade your communications solutions to voice and video over IP, adopt SIP technologies, and add applications, your network must cope with new levels of traffic and utilization. Now you can be confident your infrastructure will deliver high-quality experiences, before you take the plunge.
Be sure your contact center or enterprise is prepared for Voice over IP or Video over IP implementations. Avaya experts using our internally developed tool sets and proven best practices can help you get ready. Issues that develop after rollout can cost up to five times more to fix than those that are caught before implementation. Among sites that have undergone Avaya Network Readiness Assessments, 50% identified avoidable implementation risks.
Reliable Network Consultancy
Gain an expert perspective on security, interoperability, and design that can help optimize your network. Have your current network configuration reviewed by Avaya specialists who consult with you about your objectives and fully explain Quality of Service (QoS) indicators and network requirements that will support your new solution.
Assessing the Capacity Needs of Your Network
The volume of traffic needed to handle your new solution is evaluated through simulation of your network capacity. Network testing is conducted between selected endpoints on your existing network at different times of day, revealing performance under varying conditions. An assessment of where your network does not meet minimum requirements for acceptable quality are noted after testing—and root causes of such network issues are determined.
A Fully Documented Final Report
You receive a comprehensive report of findings and analysis from the assessment, which includes an outline of network requirements, results of traffic simulation, impact of key performance indicators, QoS on voice quality and user experience, and recommended network design and configuration changes.