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2005 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. Avaya Peer-to-Peer Communications for Branch Document & Conversation under NDA Rod Weir Nov. 29, 2005 Note: Avaya Peer-to-Peer Communications is an internal placeholder name Slide 2 2 2005 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. Avaya Proprietary (Document and Conversation under NDA) Agenda Nimcat Networks Overview Avaya Strategy Marketplace Reaction to Acquisition Peer-to-Peer Communications Diagram Target Segment & Branch Positioning Value Propositions Solution Overview Summary Slide 3 3 2005 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. Avaya Proprietary (Document and Conversation under NDA) Established April 2002 in Ottawa, Canada 45 employees, 14 US patents pending Award-winning business peer-to-peer technology pioneer Shipping software since February 2005 Focus on OEM distribution channels Slide 4 4 2005 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. Avaya Proprietary (Document and Conversation under NDA) Nimcat Networks Overview - Customer Views of Nimcat Networks (software embedded in OEM phone) VON Magazine 10/2005 Neat Technology, nice demos, and it works James Mahoney, CEO of Mahoney & Associates, isnt a techie. Mahoney owns and runs a medical malpractice insurance agency in Walpole, Massachusetts . He did the installation himself without any problems, including giving the phones the numbers he wanted. "I always had a dilemma with small-business phone systems," says Ben Fard, managing director at MoneyVest. "Most phone systems require a lot of money up front for equipment. Then they hit you again [with more upgrade costs] if you want to expand." He says with the VentureIP system, "you don't have to invest in a lot of back-room infrastructure." "If we grow, I'll just add phones," he says. Network World 3/2005 Vendors launch innovative VoIP gear Slide 5 5 2005 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. Avaya Proprietary (Document and Conversation under NDA) Animated Overview.. Slide 6 6 2005 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. Avaya Proprietary (Document and Conversation under NDA) Avaya Peer-to-Peer Communications Strategy SIP based peer-to-peer IP communications for small locations, including branches Avaya Acquires Nimcat Networks of Ottawa, Canada Innovative private SIP-based peer-to-peer company; Deal: CAD$46 million cash IP communications software for businesses Low TCO, instant plug-and-play deployment, applications run on phones Solid platform for continued investment by Avaya Complementary to Avaya Intelligent Communications strategy Providing communications leadership for businesses and locations of all sizes Plan to integrate via SES with broader Avaya portfolio Innovative award-winning peer-to-peer technology adds to Avaya's distributed sw strengths Opening new market opportunities Reaching small locations, including branches, with value, simplicity and price Serving customers through OEM channels, other Avaya channels in the future Avaya releases building on Nimcat technology planned in CY2006 Slide 7 7 2005 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. Avaya Proprietary (Document and Conversation under NDA) Marketplace Reaction to Nimcat Networks Acquisition Merrill Lynch Incorporating such technology into Avayas IP phones could potentially change the economics of the companys SMB and branch office solutions, narrowing (or perhaps eliminating) the companys current cost disadvantage relative to competitors such as Cisco. Avaya's acquisition of private company Nimcat Networks for $46 million has long- run potential to significantly change the market dynamic for small and medium business Key/PBX/VOIP phone systems. CIBC Avaya's acquisition of a small provider of peer-to-peer (P2P) technologies lends credibility to an emerging, and potentially disruptive, communications architecture. Gartner The Nimcat acquisition presents Avaya as an IP telephony developer unafraid to think out of the box and strike out in new directions. Current Analysis Slide 8 8 2005 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. Avaya Proprietary (Document and Conversation under NDA) Internet VoIP Carrier Networks LAN Avaya Peer-to-Peer Communications R1 Diagram (slideshow build) Peer-to-peer discovery, automatic system configuration Peer-to-peer discovery, automatic system configuration Peer-to-peer discovery, automatic system configuration VPN Teleworker PSTN Thin Trunk Interface Peer-to-peer discovery, automatic system configuration Slide 9 9 2005 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. Avaya Proprietary (Document and Conversation under NDA) Avaya Peer-to-Peer Communications Target Segment & Branch Positioning Primary target segment is small locations, including branches, who desire select communication features/functionality with a low TCO the related sweet spot is less than 10 stations per location, however, it will be positioned to 20 stations per location to demonstrate growth opportunity (larger environments will be pursued opportunistically) Size (users/branch) Application/ Value Requirements Low High Large branches 11-100 employees ~10 Small branches 10 employees Avaya Peer-to-Peer Communications IPO EE/G150 GXXX IPO406 EE/GXXX G250 ICC/LSP/SLS G350 ICC/LSP/SLSG700 ICC/LSP Communication Manager - GWs IP Office Enterprise Edition NEW GW Late 06 ENHANCED Late 06 ENHANCED Late 06 Plans for Integrated Management ENHANCED Mid 06 ENHANCED Mid 06 NEW Mid 06 ENHANCED Mid 06 Slide 10 10 2005 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. Avaya Proprietary (Document and Conversation under NDA) Avaya Peer-to-Peer Communications Value Proposition Low TCO No centralized equipment = lower capital outlay Telephony functionality is in the phones + a thin interface to the PSTN Plug and play Install in minimal time with little or no training Phones connected via Ethernet cables Intuitive user interface Little training required Buy what you need, extend easily Grow in increments as small as 1 phone at a time as your needs require Investment protection For companies that need more than P2P functionality, a migration path is planned to CM/Gateway based solution Simply keep your phones, change you software, and install a gateway Slide 11 11 2005 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. Avaya Proprietary (Document and Conversation under NDA) Avaya Peer-to-Peer Communications Value Proposition The solutions elegance is in its simplicity Easy to purchase Rich set of basic telephony features, implemented in the phone Easy to install Truly plug & play Able to be installed by user or partners in much less time than usual Easy to use Easy to navigate user-interface Easy to maintain Administered by customer or service provider through secure web tool Easy to grow Add one set at a time Robust Solution Includes most used telephony and applications features Voicemail, Conferencing, auto attendant, call forwarding No single point of failure Phones automatically back up each other including voicemail Slide 12 12 2005 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. Avaya Proprietary (Document and Conversation under NDA) Avaya Peer-to-Peer Communications Solution Software Features Available in R1 P2P Infrastructure Peer Discovery Peer Backup Manager SIP Stack and RTP Telephony Interface IP Assignment Manager Software Upgrade Module Fault Tolerance User Administration Login Call Alerts Call Forward Call Hold Call Log Call Return from log or voicemail Call Transfer Call Waiting Calling Line Identification Conference Call Direct Inward Dialing (trunk maps to fixed DN) Directory (pers. and corp.) Do Not Disturb Group Ringing Headset Support Information, Music on Hold Last Number Redial Missed Call Indicator Multiple Call Appearance Mute Paging Speed Dialing Programmable zero/operator assist number Speakerphone Voicemail Backup Message retrieval - any set 20 min audio storage Multi Language Message Waiting Indication Redirect on Zero to operator or other number Subscriber Login Voicemail Monitoring Voicemail Rescue Greetings System Default Personal Greeting Spoken name Voice Mailbox manager Login Summary Password Change Notification via email Listening features play, skip, delete, reply Msg recording features record, review, re-record, append, accept Call Answer Timer Greeting & Prompts Multiple Greeting Support Day/Night/Default Rotary or Pulse phone support (default to operator) Dial by Extension Dial by Name User Customizable Greetings P2P ENGINETELEPHONYVOICEMAILAUTO ATTENDANT Call Log Diagnostics Secure Remote Provisioning Remote Firmware Upgrades User Administration Web Manager SYSTEM ADMIN Dialing Rules by Group P2P Security Speech Path Encryption System Login User Login HTTPS SECURITY Slide 13 13 2005 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. Avaya Proprietary (Document and Conversation under NDA) Phone Lines FXO Ports Four phone lines with RJ-11 connectors; Activity indicator LEDs located on the front panel LAN 10/100Base-T ports with RJ-45 Connectors Data activity indicator LED Port speed indicator LED External Paging Standard 3.5mm stereo jack for paging Music on Hold Standard 3.5 mm stereo jack for music-on-hold source Bypass Port FXS Port Upon power failure, an analog phone plugged into the TTI automatically activates to enable connectivity to PSTN Power Options ETF 802.3af Power over Ethernet 48VDC/0.2A Wall plug Avaya Peer-to-Peer Communications Solution Network Connectivity Available in R1 Slide 14 14 2005 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved. Avaya Proprietary (Document and Conversation under NDA) Avaya Peer-to-Peer Communications Solutions Availability On Avaya 4621, 4610 phones For non-networked branches Available in North America Support for previous Nimcat features + HTTPS for secure provisioning SES internetworking and centralized remote bulk provisioning EMEA availability (specific country and language rollout to be determined by Jan. 1) Enhancement to the R1 non- networked solution to enable a more effective/efficient networked branch solution including centralized management and dial plan Expand to APAC & CALA Plans inclu

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