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Default how to recognize "Enterprise Edition" from "Standard Edition"

some details on the difference. not exactly an answer, but it might help you figure out in another way if you have those solutions already integrated!


Avaya Aura Communication Manager
Overview Release 6.0 03-300468 Issue 7 June 2010
Page 8
https://downloads.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/100088327
Communication Manager software bundles
Communication Manager is available in two bundles; one of which will satisfy most customer requirements.

Communication Manager Standard
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Provides fully-converged telephony features; QSIG/DCS networking to interface with existing systems and centralized voice mail systems; and standard survivability at remote locations. Included with Avaya Aura Standard Edition.

Communication Manager Enterprise
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Includes everything in Communication Manager Standard plus multinational gateway support and high availability with 100% feature transparency at remote locations in survivable mode. Included with Avaya Aura Enterprise Edition.

http://www.avaya.com/apac/resource/a...c4218%20v2.pdf


Standard Edition:
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For mid-to-large enterprises requiring comprehensive voice, video, messaging, SIP, and Presence communications capabilities with standard survivability at remote locations. Standard Edition has the option to easily add licensing for enterprise-wide SIP session management and Unified Communications applications for targeted users, including Microsoft and IBM integration, and mobile worker and teleworker support.

Enterprise Edition:
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For highly distributed enterprises requiring the same comprehensive communications capabilities as Standard Edition with increased high availability options, including 100% feature survivability at remote locations. Enterprise Edition also includes, with no additional licensing, enterprise-wide SIP session management and Unified Communications applications for all users, including Microsoft and IBM integration, and mobile worker and teleworker support

Avaya Aura works with the full range of Avaya one-X clients, including Avaya one- X Communicator, Avaya one-X Portal and Avaya one-X Mobile. Licenses for these software applications, as well as Microsoft and IBM desktop integration, are included with Avaya Aura Enterprise Edition, or available for a fee with Standard Edition

Additional Avaya applications for messaging, conferencing, collaboration, video communications, customer service and contact centers can all be incrementally added to Avaya Aura editions. An extensive array of certified third-party products is also available through the Avaya DevConnect partner ecosystem (www.avaya.com/devconnect).

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