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Avaya may be looking to sell off some of its product assets

Avaya still has positive cash flow, but the company's second quarter showed a continuing decline in revenue. Additionally, the company hinted that it may be getting ready to shed some of its assets.

Spotlight: Here are the top 8 UC 2.0 vendors, according to Technavio

There are many prominent vendors in the unified communications services space, but according to a Technavio report, the top eight vendors in the space are Alcatel-Lucent, Avaya, Cisco, Microsoft, Unify, Mitel, Genband and IBM.

BYOD and business automation drive accelerated growth in NAC market

The network access control market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 31.17 percent through to 2020, creating what will end up being a $2.65 billion part of the network security sector.

Avaya releases Breeze at Enterprise Connect

Avaya Breeze is the next iteration of the Avaya Engagement Development Platform and aims to simplify application development. Also as part of the release, the vendor unveiled the Avaya Snapp Store, where app developers can sell their business communications apps to customers

Avaya aims to solve healthcare security woes with SDN

Software-defined networking vendors promise to solve several problems as networks become increasingly more complex and dispersed across multiple locations. One of the potential benefits is a more secure networking environment. That's what Avaya is hoping to provide the healthcare industry with a new vertical-targeted SDN security product.

Avaya targets mid-market with new hybrid cloud UC offerings

Avaya has taken to the cloud with its latest mid-market unified communications offerings. Powered by Avaya IP Office and OnAvaya- Google Cloud Platform aim won't be sold directly to businesses, but instead will be sold through partners worldwide.

Spotlight: When moving to SIP, don't consider it a full TDM replacement

By many accounts, unified communications is finally finding success in all levels of business.

Voice systems and telepresence are hurting, but vendors see growth in other enterprise infrastructure areas

Voice and telepresence are both suffering as vendor revenue in those areas continues to decline, but other enterprise infrastructure areas are growing. New research from Synergy Research Group shows that wireless LAN infrastructure products are growing the fastest – something that comes as little surprise as more enterprises roll out Wi-Fi deployments with the latest 802.11 technologies.

IHS names Brocade, Cisco, HP and Huawei leaders in enterprise networking

Maybe these names will come as little surprise when leaders of the enterprise networking space are discussed, but it appears that Brocade, Cisco, HP and Huawei are leading the market. That's according to a new IHS report that analyzed the top six revenue producers in the space.

IDC survey names Cisco, Microsoft and Avaya global UC&C leaders

A new IDC report ranks Cisco, Microsoft and Avaya as global UC&C leaders in 2015.