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TPG Capital, Silver Lake To Provide Majority Funding For Avaya's Radvision Buy

Private investment firms TPG Capital and Silver Lake Partners on Thursday said they intend to provide a majority of the around $227 million required to fund the purchase of Radvision Ltd. by their portfolio company, Avaya Inc.

Avaya, a provider of business collaboration and communications solutions, said on March 15 that it has signed an agreement to acquire Radvision. The closing of the deal was anticipated within 90 days.

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