Back in March, Extreme Networks announced it had bid US$100 million to acquire Avaya’s networking business, and that deal has now officially completed.
Communication solutions provider Avaya has secured a contract with the Queensland branch of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals with the society’s adoption of its video conferencing technology.
Networking solutions vendor Extreme Networks has inked an agreement to acquire the networking business of troubled telecommunications company Avaya for approximately US100 million.
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