On premise or cloud, Avaya Aura, COTS SIP-PBX compatible, third-party applications, IP/SIP Network and without the complexity of multicast.
Upgrading an airline’s ground-to-ground and ground-to-air voice and radio communications system
The radio-based operations control system serving this airline supports tens of geographically dispersed regional and national airports. But the organization’s aging infrastructure has several limitations. It lacks room for growth. Some components are at their end of life and no longer supported by manufacturer. The airline lacks failover capabilities to protect communications in the event of an outage in its primary data center. In addition, its radio operations are unable to benefit from previous technology investments, including a dual-carrier MPLS network, geographically diverse data centers, virtualized servers and desktops, mobility capabilities and voice over IP.
iNEMSOFT, in partnership with Avaya, is replacing the airline’s current radio operations control system with ClassOne® iCAS Radio Servers, IP Radio Gateways and Consoles – providing dial access to the airline’s corporate Avaya Aura® voice network and contact center. Radios will receive feature-rich, multimedia, multimodal communications and collaboration services from the Avaya Aura Core.
By integrating radio communications directly into the airline’s Avaya Aura communications infrastructure, iNEMSOFT allows all airline personnel (dispatchers, load planners, pilots, ramp personnel, field crews, maintenance control and operation groups) to communicate seamlessly on a single, highly scalable IP/SIP-enabled radio-telephony platform. It’s a solution that boosts collaboration, speeds decision making and shortens response times. The airline can support reliable and sustained growth, with comprehensive failover protection for improved availability. Radio users benefit from rich new communication features and can communicate seamlessly with any Avaya Aura endpoint – making and receiving calls and participating in collaborative communication sessions. Since most of the critical components are part of the Avaya Aura network, the airline will eliminate the need to update its costly, aging radio infrastructure. The result is a powerful, low-cost solution that can grow as the airline grows.