Extreme Networks set for $1bn revenue as Brocade deal closes

Tom Wright
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Extreme Networks set for $1bn revenue as Brocade deal closes

Brocade deal follows moves for parts of Zebra and Avaya businesses

Extreme Networks has completed its takeover of Brocade's networking business in a move which it says will take it over the $1bn revenue threshold. The acquisition, first announced in March, came after...

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