Part of the problem is Avid is exerting all of its efforts in trying to appease the wish lists of its demanding enterprise customer base. Their diminished development teams are behind playing catch up instead of working on new and innovative products. All for desktop technology that is becoming outdated. For any "buying frenzy" to occur, they need to really make an impression with something new.
this company will be in existenace for no more than 8 to 12 months based on their continued extensice losses and current cash reserve levels. this company is spiralling down quicker than you can say AVID!