Avaya has purchased videoconferencing company Radvision for $230 million, the company announced today.
Avaya will integrate the videoconferencing capabilities of Radvision into its unified communications platform, it said.
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Avaya purchased Radvision for $11.85 per share. Radivision stock closed the day on Wednesday trading at $11.20.
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