Extreme Networks poised for further acquisitions as it closes in on Avaya's networking business

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Extreme Networks poised for further acquisitions as it closes in on Avaya's networking business

VP hints that there is more to come this year as Extreme moves towards completing Avaya and Brocade deals

Extreme Networks is set to continue its acquisition streak after getting closer to snapping up Avaya's networking business, according to global marketing vice president Norman Rice. Extreme has been...

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