Avaya has entered into a $100 million agreement with Extreme Networks to sell its networking business after filing for bankruptcy in January.
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Avaya sees opportunities for growth in the Australian mid-market as it continues its move from a primarily hardware and software company to a software and services business, according to Tony Simonsen, Avaya's MD for Australia/New Zealand.
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