Another terrible acquisition by Cisco, and another discolored, ugly square in their quilt. They couldn't integrate with Broadsoft (or anyone) before, and they won't be able to now. True interoperability happens through SIP, and Avaya has been doing that for years with Session Manager and multivendor environments including Cisco and Broadsoft. This doesn't do anything to give Cisco a leg up, in fact, Cisco and Broadsoft customers will now need to buy an Avaya Session Manager get the two systems to talk to each other. So, thank you Cisco for the increased revenue!
PS - Can the Cisco Marketing interns spreading FUD and ridiculously biased messaging on this forum PLEASE get back to work. You are an embarrassment to your company. And please use the possessive form "their" to avoid instant discrediting of a post.