No Jitter Covers All Angles of Cisco-Tandberg Deal
Readers Get Market, Technology Analysis of Major Videoconferencing Acquisition
DOWNERS GROVE, Ill.
Oct 2, 2009
Cisco Systems' announcement that it will acquire videoconferencing vendor Tandberg for $3 billion was major news for enterprise communications decision-makers and executives. And No Jitter, TechWeb's enterprise communications website, provided industry-leading coverage of the deal. For more information and No Jitter's complete coverage of the Cisco-Tandberg deal, visit: www.nojitter.com.
No Jitter's coverage included analysis of the deal's likely impact on the communications market, in blogs written by top industry experts Allan Sulkin of TEQConsult Group and Zeus Kerravala of the Yankee Group. In addition, two leading experts on videoconferencing standards and technologies - Irwin Lazar of Nemertes Research and John Bartlett of NetForecast - weighed in on the impact that Cisco's acquisition is likely to have on end users seeking interoperability in videoconferencing systems.
In addition, No Jitter editor Eric Krapf interviewed Andrew Davis, senior partner at Wainhouse Research, for a piece that covered the full range of impacts of this major transaction. Davis and Wainhouse Research are widely regarded as the leading analyst experts in the videoconferencing field.
No Jitter is produced by the same team that presents the industry's leading conference and exhibition events, the VoiceCon series. Fred Knight serves as program co-chairman of VoiceCon, together with No Jitter editor Eric Krapf. In addition, many of the experts who speak at VoiceCon are also regular contributors to No Jitter.
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