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August 17, 2005

Avaya VoIP lines outsell traditional telephony

Sales of Avaya Inc's IP telephony line shipments have surpassed traditional line shipments this year, reaching seven million lines, the company announced.

By CBR Staff Writer

Basking Ridge, New Jersey-based Avaya shipped the industry’s most IP telephony lines during the first quarter, with a 21% global market share, according to Synergy Research Group. A more than 70% year-over-year industry increase in the adoption of IP telephony by enterprises during the first quarter of 2005 helped Avaya reach this milestone.

And yet, the major part of the adoption curve still lies ahead, said Synergy chief executive Jeremy Duke. Avaya is already well-positioned as a major force in this market.

In 2004, VoIP made up 8% of the 423 million total enterprise telephony lines installed worldwide. The overall market for IP lines installed is expected to quadruple by 2007.

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