The comms firm advised that Extreme would be able to provide a transition path for customers who have installed equipment from its Cajun line of Ethernet switches and plan to upgrade their converged network infrastructure.
"Avaya is recommending the Extreme Networks BlackDiamond and Summit Ethernet switches to its customers as the Avaya Cajun family of switches approach end-of-sale status," the company said.
Simon Woollett, vice president of Avaya's Converged Communications Division, added: "Avaya has been integrating and supporting the Extreme Networks product lines worldwide in its Intelligent Communications solutions for more than four years."
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