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  • October 20, 2011 20 Oct'11

    PC market in Europe continues to struggle

    A combination of lower consumer demand and hesitation from the corporate market had a negative impact on the EMEA PC market in the third quarter.

  • October 19, 2011 19 Oct'11

    Thailand floods spell shortages and price hikes in HDD market

    The components market could face shortages as a consequence of the worst floods for decades sweeping across Thailand hitting some of the factories producing storage products for the global market.

  • October 19, 2011 19 Oct'11

    Notebooks, cloud and datacentres fuel Intel growth

    Those looking for signs of a decline in the PC market will not have found it in Intel's latest quarterly numbers as the chip giant indicated that demand is holding up.

  • October 19, 2011 19 Oct'11

    iPhone 5 no show rocks Apple results

    Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, has had a tough ride ever since he stepped into Steve Jobs' rather large shoes by upsetting the faithful with the lack of an iPhone 5 and now delivering worse than expected results.

  • October 17, 2011 17 Oct'11

    Onyx gets £15m injection for acquisition spree

    Private equity group ISIS Equity Partners has acquired midmarket services provider Onyx Group for £27m, and injected a further £15m into the firm to fund its acquisition strategy.

  • October 17, 2011 17 Oct'11

    Channel investor burned in Fox Werrity scandal

    Venture capitalist and channel investor Jon Moulton, who rescued failing networking integrator Calyx in 2010.

  • October 17, 2011 17 Oct'11

    Celebs turn out to bid farewell to Jobs

    A former President, front man of one of the largest rock bands and Apple executives stood shoulder to shoulder last night to bid farewell to Steve Jobs in a memorial service.

  • October 14, 2011 14 Oct'11

    MicroScope's top stories, week ending 14 October 2011

    Avaya UK boss to take channel back to basics. Avaya's new UK and Ireland managing director Andrew Sheppard has said he will adopt a "back to basics" approach in his dealings with the channel that will see the comms vendor emphasise both operational ...

  • October 13, 2011 13 Oct'11

    Data centre spending heading back to pre-recession levels

    With demand coming from the cloud and more awareness of the need to upgrade existing systems to lower energy alternatives the prospects in the data centre market are looking fairly rosy.

  • October 13, 2011 13 Oct'11

    Lenovo takes second spot in PC market

    Consolidation and changing market dynamics have shaken the pack of PC vendors with Lenovo becoming the second largest global player for the first time as it overtook both Acer and Dell.

  • October 12, 2011 12 Oct'11

    Tablet not viable PC replacement yet, says CompTIA

    Ahead of its upcoming EMEA conference, channel association CompTIA has suggested that a "three device system" will become the norm in most businesses in the near future, with tablets and smartphones unlikely to replace PCs altogether in the SME ...

  • October 12, 2011 12 Oct'11

    Vertical markets will keep IT spending going

    Despite the ongoing economic uncertainty across the Eurozone that is causing concern around the world IT spending is set to recover from its low points at the height of the recession a couple of years ago.

  • October 11, 2011 11 Oct'11

    Micro-P contract to boost TRENDnet market exposure

    Wired and wireless networking vendor TRENDnet is the latest vendor to be added to Micro-P's expanding line card. The distributor will have access to TRENDnet's more popular lines, including wireless, powerline, switching and power over Ethernet (PoE...

  • October 11, 2011 11 Oct'11

    European PC sales tumble in Q3

    Price cuts in a bid by vendors to cut stock levels led to a rise in PC sales volumes but a continued decline in average selling prices continued to be a feature of the market in the third quarter.

  • October 11, 2011 11 Oct'11

    Channel needs to show public sector commitment

    Those resellers aiming to continue making money from the public sector need to stand shoulder to shoulder with their customers to deepen loyalty and demonstrate awareness of the current economic constraints if they want to establish relationships.

  • October 11, 2011 11 Oct'11

    RMS bosses call it quits after 10 months

    Less than a year after spinning out their business in an MBO and barely seven months after a major relaunch the owners of security reseller RMS IT Security have elected to cut their losses and sell up to connectivity specialist Pinnacle Telecom for ...

  • October 10, 2011 10 Oct'11

    Value, not price, should dictate public sector spending choices

    The government has been urged to change its procurement strategy by a business leader concerned that British firms lose out in a system that is set on finding the best price.

  • October 10, 2011 10 Oct'11

    Value not price should dictate public sector spending choices

    The government has been urged to change its procurement strategy by a business leader concerned that British firms lose out in a system that is set on finding the best price.

  • October 10, 2011 10 Oct'11

    Tablet technology heads for wider PC market

    A Gartner special report on the future of computing has suggested that technology today found on tablet devices such as the iPad will break out into the mainstream computing market within the next five to 10 years.

  • October 07, 2011 07 Oct'11

    Civica widens data management expertise with Innogistic buy

    Civica has extended its expertise in data management, particularly in the public sector, with the acquisition of Bristol-based IT mapping specialist Imagistic.

  • October 07, 2011 07 Oct'11

    Channel urged to exploit data centre infrastructure opportunities

    Resellers could be missing a trick not talking to customers keen to build data centres about the physical infrastructure needs such a project involves leaving the cabling, casing and build for others to take advantage of.

  • October 07, 2011 07 Oct'11

    MicroScope's top stories, week ending 7 October 2011

    Leaked Cisco memo predicts bleak HP channel future.

  • October 06, 2011 06 Oct'11

    Stone adds Huawei Symantec gear to offering

    Education provider Stone has added Huawei Symantec storage and security products to its solution portfolio in an exclusive deal that it hopes to turn into a million pound business.

  • October 06, 2011 06 Oct'11

    Tributes pour in to praise Steve Jobs

    Tributes have been pouring in from across the technology world to mark the passing of Steve Jobs, the former CEO of Apple.

  • October 06, 2011 06 Oct'11

    Did you Know Technology Facts

    Compared to non-HP colour lasers, HP Officejet Pro printers deliver as little as half the purchase price of a colour laser HP Officejet Pro includes in-built Ethernet and wireless capabilities for growing small businesses HP Officejet Pro includes ...

  • October 06, 2011 06 Oct'11

    Did you know? HP Officejet Pro Affordability facts

    HP Officejet Pro offers higher productivity through two-sided printing, high-capacity paper trays and higher cartridge yields of up to 2,200 pages Buying an HP Officejet Pro is like getting colour printing capability for free.

  • October 06, 2011 06 Oct'11

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  • October 06, 2011 06 Oct'11

    Steve Jobs loses battle with cancer

    Steve Jobs has died at the age of 56 just a couple of months after he stepped down from running Apple. The former CEO of the Mac maker had been struggling with health problems for the last few years, first revealing he had cancer back in 2004.

  • October 05, 2011 05 Oct'11

    Samsung moves to block Apple iPhone 4S plans in Europe

    The legal spat between Apple and Samsung continues to deepen with the iPhone 4S, unveiled last night, now the target in the ongoing row between the two vendors about patents.

  • October 04, 2011 04 Oct'11

    Sluggish phone and tablet sales hit Ballmer bonus

    Slow growth in mobile phones and tablets cost Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer his maximum bonus for the second year in a row trimming the money he got for running the software giant.

  • October 03, 2011 03 Oct'11

    Brother creates UK channel development job

    Brother has hired Andy Forsyth, formerly sales and marketing director for HP's UK and Ireland laser printing business, in a newly created channel support and development role.

  • October 03, 2011 03 Oct'11

    Ellison brushes off Sun attacks

    Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle, has dismissed suggestions that the acquisition of Sun has not been a positive move using a keynote at the vendor's conference to talk up the hardware that has come out of the tie-up.

  • September 30, 2011 30 Sep'11

    Apotheker walks away with millions after HP CEO change

    Those in the channel worried that Leo Apotheker, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, was going to be short of a bob or two following his decision to step down last week might well revise their opinion in light of his severance package.

  • September 30, 2011 30 Sep'11

    MicroScope's top stories, week ending 30 September 2011

    Apple cuts iPad 2 component orders in run-up to Christmas Apple has cut component orders for the iPad 2 by up to 25%, fuelling speculation that the vendor is reacting to growing economic pessimism in the European theatre.

  • September 29, 2011 29 Sep'11

    Blackberry faces fight to hold onto enterprise dominance

    The main beneficiary of the bring your own device movement is set to be Apple with the vendor mounting a serious challenge to the Blackberry dominance in the enterprise space.

  • September 29, 2011 29 Sep'11

    RM swings the axe as public sector spending cuts bite

    Education specialist RM is to trim its staffing numbers by a fifth as a result of the impact of public spending cuts on its business concluding a strategic review which has been running over the past few months.

  • September 28, 2011 28 Sep'11

    Lenovo shuffles board room

    The seating plan in the Lenovo board room will need to be revised after the manufacturer shuffled its management pack. The PC maker has appointed founder and CEO of Quantum Leaps Corporation and a former chairman of Sony Nobuyuki Idei to become an ...

  • September 27, 2011 27 Sep'11

    Acer looks to exploit HP instability

    Acer has become the latest PC vendor to look to exploit the recent instability at Hewlett-Packard with the confusion over its strategy handing its rivals a chance to try to prize its resellers into working with a different vendor.

  • September 26, 2011 26 Sep'11

    Apple cuts iPad 2 component orders in run-up to Christmas

    Apple has cut component orders for the iPad 2 by up to 25%, fuelling speculation that the vendor is reacting to growing economic pessimism in the European theatre.

  • September 26, 2011 26 Sep'11

    Data centre demand bouncing back after poor couple of years

    Data centre building and refurbishment is stepping up as demand from customers filters through to those responsible for putting together the infrastructure that is driving the cloud.

  • September 23, 2011 23 Sep'11

    Whitman indicates rethink likely over PC business plans

    Although just hours into the job of running HP the vendor's freshly appointed CEO Meg Whitman has already indicated that the plans to divest its PC business could be revised.

  • September 23, 2011 23 Sep'11

    MicroScope's top stories, week ending 23 September 2011

    Fujitsu staff to stage 24-hour walk-out Fujitsu staff in Crewe and Manchester are staging a 24 walk out on Monday in a strike over victimisation of Union representatives.

  • September 22, 2011 22 Sep'11

    HP dumps Apotheker and hires Whitman

    As expected Hewlett-Packard's board has brought to an end the reign of Leo Apotheker, who officially steps down to be replaced by the former CEO of eBay Meg Whitman. The move ends two days of intense speculation that Apotheker's card was marked.

  • September 22, 2011 22 Sep'11

    Whitman touted for HP CEO post as Apotheker reign crumbles

    Former eBay boss, failed California gubernatorial candidate and HP board member Meg Whitman has been mooted as a potential successor to Apotheker as doubts grow over the HP CEO's future.

  • September 20, 2011 20 Sep'11

    Global chip inventory worryingly high, says Gartner

    The industry may be lurching towards a new supply chain crisis, according to market-watchers at Gartner, who today indicated that current semiconductor inventory levels are "worrisome ... given current conditions".

  • September 20, 2011 20 Sep'11

    Apple dominates booming tablet market

    Apple continues to dominate the tablet market with its second generation iPad having a huge impact on sales figures across EMEA. Shipment figures across EMEA released by IDC show that Q2 exceeded forecasts as the iPad 2 took off and Android ...

  • September 20, 2011 20 Sep'11

    Micro-P gets UK Xerox printer contract

    Xerox has named Micro-P as its newest UK distributor as it continues to see growth in its local channel business. Xerox vice president of Offerings Marketing and European general manager of its Desktop Printing Group.

  • September 19, 2011 19 Sep'11

    HP Officejet Pro 8500A Plus e-All-in-One Printer

    HP Office jet Pro 8500A Plus e-All-in-One Printer is an easy sell. It packs in a lot of technology for the price and comes with clever functionality, designed with small business needs in mind.

  • September 16, 2011 16 Sep'11

    RIM tablets fail to fly and low demand hits numbers

    The problems at Blackberry maker Research in Motion continue with the firm following up an announcement of 2,000 job cuts back in July with second quarter numbers that exposed its issues with low demand.

  • September 16, 2011 16 Sep'11

    MicroScope's top stories, week ending 16 September 2011

    It's been a week where the boss of Intel looked to a mobile future, SAP won its day in court and Tech Data headed back out on the acquisition trail. It ended with RIM becoming the latest to show how difficult it is to compete with Apple in the ...

  • September 14, 2011 14 Sep'11

    Intel boss looks to mobile future

    Intel has given the clearest signal yet that it believes a large part of the future lies in mobile technology after outlining plans to work with Google and develop products for the next wave of netbooks and smart phones.

  • September 13, 2011 13 Sep'11

    Imago turnover bolstered by strong VC demand

    Strong demand for video conferencing has helped bolster turnover for audio visual distributor Imago Group, writes Linda Endersby.

  • September 09, 2011 09 Sep'11

    MicroScope's top stories week ending 9 September

    Having seen vendor's dominate the headlines in the top five over the last couple of week's thanks largely to what has been going on with the strategic review at Hewlett-Packard it was a reseller story that grabbed the most attention this week.

  • September 08, 2011 08 Sep'11

    Argos sales tumble as electronics spending drops

    Weak consumer electronics sales were blame fora poor quarterly performance at catalogue retailer Argos, indicating spending remains a problem in retail.

  • September 08, 2011 08 Sep'11

    PCs "not a compelling product" for consumers, says Gartner

    Gartner has said that the PC is no longer a compelling device for many consumers after updating its full-year 2011 market forecast today.

  • September 07, 2011 07 Sep'11

    HP PSG rivals Fujitsu TS and Dell manoeuvre for VAR business

    Rivals to the threatened PSG PC business are jostling for position in the wake of the uncertainty created by HP's decision to explore a sale or spin-off of the unit.

  • September 07, 2011 07 Sep'11

    Dixons sales slump as economy remains fragile

    A fragile economy, lack of football world cup to spur TV sales and a gap between iPad launches all took their toll on Dixons Retail operation with sales dropping at the high-street giant.

  • September 05, 2011 05 Sep'11

    PSG head vows to lead HP hardware operation

    The current head of Hewlett-Packard's personal systems group (PSG) has indicated that he plans to stay at the helm of the operation even if the vendor decides to spin it off.

  • September 05, 2011 05 Sep'11

    Samsung tablet sales get further knock from German court

    The legal spat between Samsung and Apple continues to drag on in the German courts with the fruitfully named US vendor so far winning out against its rival in preventing its tablet from being sold and promoted across Europe.

  • September 02, 2011 02 Sep'11

    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.

  • September 01, 2011 01 Sep'11

    Insight launches Apple services

    Insight UK has taken the wraps off a service designed to provide support for the growing number of Apple products being used in the corporate environment as consumerisation starts to increase Mac use in the workplace.

  • August 31, 2011 31 Aug'11

    Oracle countersues HP over Itanium partnership

    Oracle has responded to a lawsuit filed by Hewlett-Packard earlier this summer over servers based on the Itanium chip with a suit of its own. In June, HP took legal action against Oracle for failing to meet its commitments to the vendor and 140,000...

  • August 31, 2011 31 Aug'11

    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.

  • August 30, 2011 30 Aug'11

    Nvidia warns resellers over dangers of remarked chips

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

  • August 30, 2011 30 Aug'11

    Spin-off most likely scenario for HP's PSG operation

    The option of spinning off rather than selling the PC division seems to be the one gaining ground within Hewlett-Packard as the hardware giant looks to restructure its business.

  • August 26, 2011 26 Aug'11

    Netbook and tablet growth forecast by Asustek

    Strong sales of netbooks and tablets are expected to flow through the next three months if the forecasts of Asustek Computer are correct indicating the interest in the small PC form factor has not waned.

  • August 26, 2011 26 Aug'11

    MicroScope's top stories, week ending 26 August 2011

    In a week dominated by the sudden demise of HP's TouchPad tablet and uncertainty over the future of the PSG business, today we look at some of the other stories that hit the headlines in the past week.

  • August 26, 2011 26 Aug'11

    Cook will not rock the Apple boat

    Tim Cook the new CEO of Apple has moved swiftly to reassure resellers and staff that the vendor will not change direction following the decision by Steve Jobs to step down.

  • August 26, 2011 26 Aug'11

    Acer woes set to continue through the rest of 2011

    This year is going to be one to forget for Acer as the vendor expects little from it financially as it sorts out inventory issues and beds in a fresh management team tasked with turning the fortunes of the struggling hardware player around.

  • August 25, 2011 25 Aug'11

    Hewlett-Packard 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.

  • August 25, 2011 25 Aug'11

    ScanSource year-end numbers up on international business

    Comms and AIDC distributor ScanSOurce has turned in record results for its fourth quarter and fiscal year to 30 June on the increasing strength of its international business.

  • August 25, 2011 25 Aug'11

    Server demand to slacken in back half of 2011

    The global server market has reported its highest second quarter revenue in three years, according to the latest market statsitcs from IDC, but analysts have warned that the good times are not set to continue. "Attention has already turned to ...

  • August 25, 2011 25 Aug'11

    Steve Jobs calls it time as Apple boss

    Steve Jobs has resigned as CEO of Apple admitting that he could no longer meet his duties because of his health. Jobs has been battling pancreatic cancer and underwent a liver transplant in 2009. He has been on medical leave since 17 January, ...

  • August 24, 2011 24 Aug'11

    HP to widen scope of channel installation, break-fix services

    HP's Technology Services unit is lining up a series of new services for the channel to be launched over the next three to six months, and partners who may be concerned over the potential loss of the PSG business will be encouraged to move up the ...

  • August 24, 2011 24 Aug'11

    HP executives move to calm channel and customer fears

    With the decision to exit PCs and tablets still reverberating HP has taken steps to reassure customers over concerns they may have over the company direction.

  • August 24, 2011 24 Aug'11

    Distributors already positioned to handle HP PC exit

    Distributors should be able to swallow the loss of HP's PC and tablet business thanks largely to the moves they have been making over the last few years to diversify their portfolios and rely less on just a small handful of large vendors to provide ...

  • August 23, 2011 23 Aug'11

    TouchPad fire-sale causes server crashes and sell-outs

    The price slashing on the HP TouchPad reached fever pitch last night with those retailers that chose to sell stock online selling out in minutes.

  • August 22, 2011 22 Aug'11

    New HP Inkjets Change the Game for Small Business: Colour up to Half the Cost of Laser

    InfoTrends recently conducted a Total Cost of Printing study and product comparison on the competitive value of Hewlett Packard's latest inkjet printers, the Officejet Pro 8000/8500 series, against comparable colour laser printers.

  • August 22, 2011 22 Aug'11

    Did You Know Productivity Facts

    Did you know that buying an HP Office jet Pro All-in-One is like getting faxing, scanning and copying for free? Did you know that the OJ Pro also achieves higher cartridge yields of up to 2,200 pages?

  • August 22, 2011 22 Aug'11

    Sell HP Officejet Pro and grow your business

    The decision your customer makes in choosing an ink technology HP Officejet Pro printer or e-All-in-One is an easy one.

  • August 22, 2011 22 Aug'11

    Resellers braced for action as TouchPad prices slashed

    Those resellers with access to TouchPad stock are braced for a busy period after the extent of the price cuts in HP's tablet prices started to filter through. The vendor is looking to shift stock of the mothballed tablet PC line mirroring moves ...

  • August 22, 2011 22 Aug'11

    All eyes on HP UK as TouchPad pricing gets cut overseas

    The prospect of HP TouchPads being sold off at bargain basement prices looks more than likely as prices are reduced across the globe, leaving the UK lagging behind.

  • August 20, 2011 20 Aug'11

    HP share price drops 20% as markets react to radical strategy

    As the dust settles over the momentous announcements made by HP to exit the tablet market, spin-off its PC efforts and buy Autonomy the verdict in terms of the impact on share price has already been negative.

  • August 19, 2011 19 Aug'11

    Channel in a bind over unsold HP TouchPad stocks

    HP watchers have raised serious questions over unsold TouchPad stocks following its decision to can the tablet device and halt development around the WebOS ecosystem, acquired last year in HP's $1.2bn of mobility vendor Palm.

  • August 19, 2011 19 Aug'11

    HP channel urges business as usual following PSG bombshell

    HP channel watchers have stressed it is currently "business as usual" for the PSG business in the wake of the vendor's decision to explore a potential spin-off or sale of the unit, which it acquired as Compaq nine years ago.

  • August 19, 2011 19 Aug'11

    Softcat adds staff to target public sector

    Softcat is adding staff to fuel its public sector ambitions revealing that the government attempts to get more SME suppliers involved in the market is paying off.

  • August 19, 2011 19 Aug'11

    MicroScope's top stories, week ending 19 August 2011

    Jones the Dragon flogs wireless business for £38m Dragon's Den star Peter Jones sold off his machine-to-machine comms specialist Wireless Logic to private equity house ECI Partners for £38m.

  • August 18, 2011 18 Aug'11

    HP kills TouchPad and looks to ditch PSG unit

    In an evening of high drama in the tech industry, HP has thrown its newly-launched TouchPad tablet out of the window.

  • August 18, 2011 18 Aug'11

    Lenovo warns of tough PC sales as economy falters

    Lenovo has warned that sluggish PC sales continue to be a concern for those in the hardware world as the fragile state of the global economy continues to threaten technology spending.

  • August 18, 2011 18 Aug'11

    Dell may wind down network OEM relationships

    In the wake of its July acquisition of Force10 Networks, Dell will look to purge lower-margin networking sales from its business, the company has said, replacing lines it currently resells or OEMs with higher margin Dell technology.

  • August 17, 2011 17 Aug'11

    Samsung clear to carry on selling Galaxy Tab

    Samsung can carry on with sales of its Galaxy Tab 10.1 after a German court made a decision to lift a ban that it had imposed in a response to an Apple patent dispute.

  • August 17, 2011 17 Aug'11

    Brit PC market hits the rocks in Q2

    The British PC market slumped 15% during the second calendar quarter of the year, with shipments down to just 2.5 million units, according to the latest market analysis from Gartner.

  • August 16, 2011 16 Aug'11

    MSI ramps up channel exposure with EntaTech signing

    EntaTech has signed up to distribute MSI's components and PC lines as the vendor looks to strengthen its presence in the channel.

  • August 12, 2011 12 Aug'11

    Samsung Galaxy Tab injunction stirs retailer action

    The consequences of the injunction Apple won against Samsung is already being felt as large suppliers look to cancel pre-orders of the Galaxy Tab 10.1, which cannot be sold in any EU country except the Netherlands.

  • August 12, 2011 12 Aug'11

    Police procurement hub promises savings and SME involvement

    The national policer procurement hub has gone live with the ambition of not just helping save millions for the cut-facing boys in blue but also the idea that it will mean more business for resellers.

  • August 12, 2011 12 Aug'11

    MicroScope's top stories week ending 12 August

    Chambers vows to keep pressure on to change Cisco boss John Chambers has promised that it will not take the foot off the pedal as it reviews its business in the hunt for cuts and areas where it can simplify the operating structure.

  • August 11, 2011 11 Aug'11

    Inventory issues set to last in smart phone market

    Fears that the Japanese quake would cause component shortages created a smart phone inventory build-up in the channel in the last quarter which was not totally cleared out as demand across Western Europe showed signs of fatigue.

  • August 10, 2011 10 Aug'11

    Samsung Galaxy tab sales suspended in EU after Apple challenge

    Samsung has been legally barred from selling its Galaxy tablet in the EU after Apple won the latest round in a patent battle leaving its rival clear to keep stacking up sales of iPads.

  • August 10, 2011 10 Aug'11

    European market size and potential

    According to recent reports from industry leading analysts IDC, the value of the business inkjet printer market in EMEA was €326M in the year ending in late 2010, which represents a 42% growth rate when compared to the same period a year ...

  • August 09, 2011 09 Aug'11

    Apple tablet rivals could take share in Europe if price right

    Tablet vendors struggling to live in the shadow of Apple's market dominance might fare better outside the US in Europe if they get pricing strategies right.

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