MicroScope's top stories, week ending 2 September 2011

Nvidia warns resellers over dangers of remarked chips Graphics specialist Nvidia has warned the channel to buy through authorised partners to avoid running into problems with counterfeit products.

Nvidia warns resellers over dangers of remarked chips

Graphics specialist Nvidia has warned the channel to buy through authorised partners to avoid running into problems with counterfeit products.

Nvidia becomes the latest in a long line of manufacturers urging partners to steer clear of non-authorised suppliers offering prices that are usually too good to be true.

EMEA excluded from HP TouchPad's last stand

HP has cut EMEA out of plans to bring its ill-omened TouchPad tablet device back for one last production run in the face of runaway demand.

Avaya cops to three years of losses ahead of IPO

Ahead of its imminent billion dollar IPO, Avaya has divulged crucial details regarding its financial health and revealed three straight years of net losses.

Azlan's Sheppard replaces Shorten at Avaya

Former Azlan lynchpin Andrew Sheppard is heading to Avaya as the firm's new UK and Ireland managing director after Lee Shorten stepped down from the role.

HP UK PSG boss tells channel it's business as usual

The UK head of the Personal Systems Group (PSG) at HP has moved to calm customer and channel fears it is looking to rapidly exit the PC business.

Spin-off most likely scenario for HP PSG operation

Belfast firm hit by £33,000 bill for failing to license software

Computacenter profits up a quarter despite UK weakness

BT Engage IT signals growth ambitions continue

Channel in a bind over unsold HP TouchPad stocks

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