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DJJ Technologies & ATSG Announce Strategic Partnership

DJJ Technologies & ATSG Announce Strategic Enterprise Grade Cloud Partnership, Enhanced Voice Product Portfolio

Offers performance, flexibility, affordability and security for organizations of all sizes.

ISLANDIA, NY— May 21, 2018 - DJJ Technologies Inc., a diamond integrator for global business communications leader Avaya (NYSE: AVYA) and a Premier, full-service provider of Voice, Video, Data and Support systems, has announced a new strategic alliance with ATSG, a tech-enabled manaaged services and solutions company.

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Update on Avaya Financial Restructuring

Following a hearing on 25 August, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court approved Avaya’s Disclosure Statement and the Plan Support Agreement recently reached with their First Lien debt holders (Avaya’s largest creditor constituency).  These developments clear the way for Avaya to begin soliciting votes on their current Amended Plan of Reorganization. The Court also approved a Scheduling Order—supported by Avaya’s major creditor groups—that sets the company’s Confirmation Hearing for 15 November.

These approvals are the latest in a string of positive events that underscore the accelerating momentum of Avaya’s debt restructuring process. As you may know, Avaya recently reached an agreement with the Unsecured Creditors’ Committee to back their Amended Plan, which means that the Plan is now supported by this group, the Ad Hoc First Lien Group, and the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (the U.S. agency that protects the pension plan income for American workers). In the coming weeks, Avaya will continue to work to gain the support of other stakeholders.

Each of these developments marks a significant milestone in the restructuring process, and the backing of Avaya’s Plan by a number of major creditors demonstrates the broad support for Avaya exiting chapter 11 in the near-term.

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DJJ Technologies sponsors Long Island Shootout for Soldiers event

For fourth consecutive year, DJJ Technologies was a major sponsor at the 2017 Long Island Shootout for Soldiers Event at LI’s Field of Dreams.  Shootout for Soldiers is a nonprofit organization that uses Lacrosse as platform to support American veterans and foster community engagement.  Shootout for Soldiers LI is a 24 hour continuous Lacrosse game that is designed to educate the community, engage both civilians & military communities and amplify the work of other non-profit organizations addressing Veteran’s issues and topics.  The event raised #151,874 for veteran charities.

EDGE Podcast – Jackie DAmbrosi

We offer diversified applications within appliances or virtualized deployments with a surround of managed services for voice, video, networking or carrier solutions.

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DJJ Technologies Awarded Diamond Avaya Accreditation

DJJ Technologies received Diamond Enterprise accreditation from Avaya as part of their newly launched worldwide Channel program, Avaya Edge. DJJ is one of small group of channel partners in the NY Metro Area to have been awarded this highest gem level of distinction.  Avaya Edge, is a streamlined channel program designed to support and enable partners to excel as a software and services provider by rewarding partners committed partners who obtain higher accreditation levels.  As a market leader in communication solutions, Avaya understands what businesses need to succeed.  They are committed to helping channel partners, as it is the best way to serve customers.

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A NEw Educational Broadband for the 21st century - Smart Schools

For Educational Institutions wrestling with how to best execute new Federal and State connectivity mandates—specifically those associated with the “Smart Schools Bond Act”— the job of planning and implementation brings with it significant challenges. Schools must plan well ahead for a technology future that morphs at speeds difficult to keep pace with, let alone foresee, and often find themselves in an incessant cycle of catch-up—at great expense to both budgets and learning.                                                                                             Read more