Phones and Servers
There's plenty in the new Avaya video portfolio to support the Flare Experience and Aura. Among the new offerings is the Avaya Flare Experience for Avaya 9600 desk phones (pictured; Flare Experience available in Q4), which brings Flare tools, plus desktop integration with Microsoft Outlook, to the phones themselves. There's also the Avaya one-X Communicator Desktop Video Soft Client -- providing SIP-based video in a UC desktop interface, for $0 with Avaya Aura Enterprise and $60 per user with Avaya Aura Standard, plus $42/user to enable video.
Use of Flare and its various associated products requires Avaya Aura 6.0 infrastructure. But for users who don't already have it, Avaya is also offering the Avaya Collaboration Server ($27,000 with standard Aura software license, available in November), which is essentially Aura 6.0 in a box and supports up to 50 endpoints using other multi-vendor H.323 or SIP communications systems.