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  • RadVision Finally Finds A Home With Telecom Giant Avaya — For $230 Million

    RadVision Finally Finds A Home With Telecom Giant Avaya — For $230 Million

    Back in December, we reported that Israeli-headquartered video-conferencing specialist, RadVision, was in advanced acquisition talks with global collaboration and communications giant, Avaya. While those talks have taken awhile to unfold, today Avaya officially inked the deal, agreeing to an acquisition of RadVision in which shareholders will receive $11.85 per share — a deal worth some… Read More

  • Amidst ‘Advanced’ Acquisition Talks, RadVision Extends Its Video Solutions To SMBs; Shares Tumble

    Amidst ‘Advanced’ Acquisition Talks, RadVision Extends Its Video Solutions To SMBs; Shares Tumble

    Well, it’s been an interesting last few weeks (and last few years, for that matter) for Israeli-headquartered video-conferencing specialist, RadVision. Acquisition rumors are currently swirling around the company, based on Israeli newspaper Globes’ report that the company is in ‘advanced’ talks with Avaya, a business collaboration and communications company, for a sale… Read More

  • Avaya Buys Conference Phone Maker Konftel For $15 Million

    Avaya, a provider of business collaboration software and services, this morning announced it has acquired Konftel, which specializes in audio collaboration technology and is a leading conference telephone manufacturer. Avaya coughed up $15 million in cash for the company, and hopes the acquisition will enable it to broaden its portfolio of desktop to conference room audio collaboration systems. Read More