Avaya Scoops Radvision for $240 million

18 - RadvisionCarl Ford has some good analysis of Avaya’s $240 million acquisition of Radvision. Radvision was #18 in my Top 20 VoIP Innovators of All Time. In 1993, Radvision developed technology enabling transfer of real-time IP video over IP networks. They also developed a H.323 stack used in hundreds of VoIP and videoconferencing products before SIP became the dominant VoIP protocol of choice. They now develop UC products, videoconferencing systems, as well as SIP and IMS developer toolkits. Radvisions expertise will be a nice addition to Avaya’s portfolio.

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