GENBAND has today affirmed that its support for former Nortel PBX customers will remain unaffected by the Avaya restructuring.
“Many of our enterprise customers own Nortel PBXs, and we want to confirm that today’s announcement will not affect any of their GENBAND services or GENBAND’s R&D roadmap,” said Patrick Joggerst, GENBAND’s EVP of Global Sales and Marketing. “As always, we are here to help our customers retain the value of their SL-100, CS 2100, AS 5300 or CS 1000 investments and transition to the real-time communications solutions that best empower and enable their business, either on premises or from our Kandy Business Solutions cloud.”
Many enterprises retained relationships with both GENBAND and Avaya after their respective acquisitions of Nortel assets, and GENBAND continues to deliver comprehensive, targeted solutions for leveraging, enhancing and migrating these significant investments.
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