The Avaya IP Office, Avaya’s best selling phone system, is a
hybrid system which can use digital or IP Avaya phones with it. Because it is a hybrid
digital/IP system care needs to be taken when wanting an IP system that it is
actually configured with IP licensing and not just a digital phone system with
later capabilities to add IP at an additional cost (unless you understand that).
Avaya IP Office has been a popular choice for small and medium size businesses. However, in January 2017 Avaya filed for bankruptcy, but in early 2018 re-emerged with a revised strategy based on accelerating an open, cloud-first architecture. There are plenty of IP Office PBXs that will stay in operation for many years and many more to come.
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Below we have included many IP-Office manuals as well as the IP-Office programming administration software and Definity Guides for download.
Avaya IP-Office 500 Administration Programming Software 4.2 607565 KB ZIPPED
Note: The Admin Lite Manager software can be used for programming, making changes and configuration of the system. It cannot be used for upgrading a system.
Avaya IP-Office Admin Lite Manager Software 195 MB ZIPPED
Avaya is a worldwide communications company known for its enterprise communications systems. The company provides Unified Communications, Contact Centers, Data solutions and related services directly and through its Channel partners. Starting as At&t the company that would become Avaya was part of Lucent Technologies. In 2000 Lucent decided to spin off a portion of their business that became Avaya, which later bought a large part of failed Nortel. Today Avaya distributes their licensed business phone systems through dealers. In January 2017 Avaya filed for bankruptcy and came out of it in early 2018. With a revised strategy of cloud based solutions and a desire to streamline some services changes are likely going forward. The IP Office is one of their most popular PBX phone systems and is likely to be a focus for years to come.