News of Note—Transition Networks, Extreme Networks, Spirent and more

news of note

Here are some of the stories we’re following this morning:

> Transition Networks said it expanded its Device Management System (DMS) to its hardened PoE+ managed switches. “The new SISPM1040-384-LRT-C and SISPM1040-362-LRT provide advanced DMS tools to make management of IP-based powered devices easy with lower total cost,” the company said. Release

> Extreme Networks said it completed its acquisition of Avaya’s networking business, explaining that the move would aid its effort to offer “end-to-end software-driven solutions” for enterprise customers, from the data center to the wireless edge. Release

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> Spirent released its new CloudScore offering that the company said “provides an assessment and comparison of the performance of any Virtualized or Cloud infrastructure.” Release

> Logic in the Caribbean will use Calix’s Marketing Cloud and Support Cloud to “enhance existing GigaCenter deployments and deliver an unmatched subscriber experience in the Cayman Islands,” Calix said. Release

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