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Toshiba the next victim?

Toshiba the next victim?

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I cannot find anything in writing but a source told me that Toshiba is going as far as not even supporting anything phone related past 2017.
They stopped selling TV's and Laptops a couple years ago and looking at Toshiba as a whole (whom are huge) seem to be heading down a bad path and look like the rubble at the bottom of a steep landslide in stock terms.

Did any vendors get anything in writing?


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RE: Toshiba the next victim?

move business for Avaya

RE: Toshiba the next victim?

Not sure people are going to jump from the titanic to the costa concordia =)

RE: Toshiba the next victim?

they will

RE: Toshiba the next victim?

There are more things in heaven and earth, joe2938,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.

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RE: Toshiba the next victim?

wow man that was deep

RE: Toshiba the next victim?

Or maybe they will go the E-MetroTel route!

So I found out directly by calling the contact us number on the Toshiba website. The guy at first was reluctant to tell me but I mentioned a few installations and he broke down and told me about it. He was pretty upset!

Joseph Sus Jr. Nortel Emetrotel Consultant
www.joetheucxguy.com

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Joe2938... Toshiba had a very small percentage of the market therefore between hosted and other systems it wont help enough to say it did.

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RE: Toshiba the next victim?

@joe read that article they don't even mention avaya as a player anymore

RE: Toshiba the next victim?

Looks like Mitel has made an offer for Toshiba assets.

Link

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RE: Toshiba the next victim?

Strange move to say the least. Why purchase what they can get for free...

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