Wednesday, August 02, 2006

InformationWeek | Cisco Systems Pricing | In Depth: Chambers Is Changing Cisco's Pricing. How Far Will He Go? | July 31, 2006

"For voice over IP, Yankee analyst Zeus Kerravala pegs Cisco and Avaya at just under $600 per user to get VoIP up and running, while Nortel and Siemens cost a little less, and low-end vendors such as 3Com and ShoreTel cost around $400 per user. In the wireless LAN market, Cisco charges 20% to 40% more than Aruba Networks and Trapeze Networks, its two biggest competitors."

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