Yupe cisco did have the jump on the market when it comes to how many ip phones sold so far. They were in essence first to market, so they are ahead. But never make a purchasing decision on who has sold the most ip phones?...that's plain rediculous..the market is full of great IP telephony competitors..It all depends what you want, contact center, enhanced application, etc...many many options in this market..I personally feel only Cisco and Avaya are the two top IP communication vendors, with pros and cons for each..depnding again what your needs are.Do your homework and don't buy the hype, buy on your needs and research.
Also, if you have an existing avaya phone system, you can migrate to ip because you don't have to rip and replace(all phones) or front end and deal with 2 phone systems..It's a bit easier an less expensive. but it all depends.
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Phone Models 802.1X support? 802.1x flavor Addtl Comment EAP-MD5 EAP-TLS
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