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DoJ Avaya-Nortel Antitrust Concerns Very Questionable

The US DoJ is apparently investigating whether there are any anti-trust aspects in the Avaya purchase of Nortel Enterprise. When I visited the DoJ web site, I couldn't find anything on this, suggesting it's in very early stages, though my... Full Story

Posted on September 21, 2009 5:59 PM

Avaya-Nortel Full Steam Ahead With Big Challenges

The courts approved the acquisition of Nortel Enterprise by Avaya and dismissed any Verizon objectives. My Nortel friends tell me that the acquisition is moving ahead, anticipating the the DoJ investigation will not impact these plans (my take on the... Full Story

Posted on September 17, 2009 8:37 AM

Nortel Avaya- It's Not a Done Deal

After a marathon auction, Avaya has agreed to buy Nortel's Enterprise business for $900M, much better than the original $475M. Great selling job, Nortel! A while back I blogged: "It's good for Avaya-Nortel's VoIP market position globally." It's still so.... Full Story

Posted on September 14, 2009 7:19 AM

Cisco Watch-Out

Alan Sulkin, an experienced market watcher, has published his 2Q09 North American view on IP Telephony market shares, putting Cisco at #1 and Avaya and Nortel as #2 and #3 respectively. According to Alan, Nortel + Avaya, if no other... Full Story

Posted on September 2, 2009 7:08 AM

Avaya-Nortel: SIP as a Consolidator- Questionable

Proposing that Avaya's Aura could act as a SIP consolidator if Avaya and Nortel come together may only make sense for some larger multi-site enterprises with lots of caveats. Sure SIP would allow simple interop, but it would introduce a... Full Story

Posted on July 23, 2009 7:01 AM

The Good and Bad of Avaya-Nortel

Here's my view on the proposed sale of Nortel Enterprise to Avaya. It's good for Avaya-Nortel's VoIP market position globally. It's good for Avaya-Nortel's Contact Center market position with two leading portfolios and opportunities for cross opportunities. It's good for... Full Story

Posted on July 21, 2009 1:32 PM

Will Nortel Enterprise Be Sold Off in Two Parts?

John McHugh, who runs Nortel's Enterprise Data business apparently wants to bring back Bay Networks, not just as a brand, but as a stand-alone business (stand-alone, as opposed to one part of an larger VoIP, UC or Application business). He... Full Story

Posted on July 6, 2009 6:37 AM

Nortel 1Q09 Results- Holding Its Own

Nortel just published its 1Q09 results, and, in my mind, held its own in the highly competitive enterprise market. Why do I say this given that its enterprise revenues dropped some 40%? Consider: 1. Cisco revenues went down 20% in... Full Story

Posted on May 11, 2009 9:33 AM

Nortel ACE's Avaya SIP App Server

Avaya made some noise at its recent analyst conference about its SIP App Server, an enterprise retrofit of its Ubiquity offer for carriers. Should you be interested? Not if you are interested in.... • Products today (Avaya is talking about... Full Story

Posted on October 28, 2008 6:49 AM

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