Avaya one-X® Communicator is ideal for users who communicate frequently, manage multiple calls, set up ad-hoc conferencing, and need to be highly reachable. The solution provides users with anytime, anywhere access to unified communications capabilities including voice calling, audio conferencing, corporate directories, and communication logs.

    This software client can be deployed on desktop or laptop computers running either Microsoft® Windows or Apple® Mac operating systems.
    On Microsoft ® Windows platforms, one-X Communicator provides additional capabilities including intelligent presence, instant messaging, high-definition point-to-point video calling, and video conferencing. It can allow organizations to integrate with other desktop productivity tools like Microsoft® Office Communicator.
     When one-X Communicator is integrated with Avaya one-X® Client Enablement Services, users have access to a broader range of unified communications capabilities including visual voice mail, conference bridge control, and synchronized call logs and contacts. Support for both H.323 and SIP end-points is available and can be deployed under specified configuration options.

Features and Benefits
    Streamline personal communications
Manage voice, video, voicemail, audio/video conferencing, directories, and communication history. Initiate instant messaging and email. All using one interface.
    Focus on productivity
View presence and availability of collaborators along with contact options. Use visual voicemail, conference bridge control, consolidated 24x7 call logs, unified contact lists, and access to corporate directories for fast, easy communication.
    Collaborate better
Move beyond simple voice conferencing using high-definition video. Face-to-face communication improves productivity, streamlines decision making, and can help save money on travel expenses.
    Provide flexibility for calls
Selectable usage modes let users choose the best path for audio: through the computer, to the deskphone, or to any mobile or landline phone. Users have complete call control through the client. All calls route through the enterprise PBX and are managed by enterprise dialing plans and policies.