Avaya, Meru expand wVoIP partnership

Avaya signed a reseller agreement with Meru to offer Meru's WLAN and wireless VoIP solutions. The deal expands an existing marketing and sales partnership between the two companies. Since Avaya is a major seller of VoIP to enterprises, the deal will further expand Meru's reach into the enterprise IT market. Some of the joint solutions resulting from the agreement include Avaya Communication Manager IP telephony software, Avaya Voice Priority Processor, and the Meru AP-200 Access Point.

For more on Avaya's expanded partnership with Meru:
- view this press release

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