Avaya to unveil tablet divice to compete with Cisco's Cius

Updated: January 07, 2011

Avaya will be holding an event in New York on Wednesday, where it plans to introduce a new video collaboration product. Avaya's tablet will be yet another in the crowded tablet-computer market. Already competing are Apple’s iPad. Dell’s Streak, and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab. Both Avaya’s and Cisco’s tablets will be consumer focused, targeting business customers. They believe their tablets will eventually replace desktop telephones with video teleconferencing devices. The name and price of Avaya’s tablet are still unknown. I hope we will find out more details tomorrow.

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