Network Infrastructure Solutions and Services

  • April 05, 2011 05 Apr'11

    ScanSource adds ShoreTel installation support

    ScanSource is to offer ShoreTel installation and maintenance services across the UC vendor's portfolio as an addition to its Professional Services programme in the UK.

  • April 05, 2011 05 Apr'11

    Micro-P hires ex-Nimans man for telecoms push

    Micro Peripherals has named Phil Adams, former Nimans sales director, to the post of head of communications, a newly-created role that forms part of the distributor's convergence strategy.

  • April 04, 2011 04 Apr'11

    Google drops $900m on Nortel patent bid

    Google has forked out $900m (£557.6m) in a stalking horse bid to acquire the patent portfolio of defunct networking vendor Nortel.

  • April 04, 2011 04 Apr'11

    UC buyers shy away from single vendor installations

    Companies buying into the unified communications market are overwhelmingly picking a multi-vendor best-of-breed approach to their networks, according to research carried out by Mitel to mark the launch of its new 'Freedom' architecture.

  • April 04, 2011 04 Apr'11

    Daisy makes two new data, managed services buys

    Daisy Group has forked out £15.4m to acquire the trading assets of Telinet Ltd and certain parts of Ipitomi Ltd from parent company Niu Solutions Holding Ltd.

  • April 01, 2011 01 Apr'11

    Android to dominate fast growing smartphone space, says IDC

    Worldwide smartphone sales are forecast to jump by 50% this year as consumers and businesses trade in their feature phones, according to IDC.

  • March 31, 2011 31 Mar'11

    Integralis moves back into the black

    Integralis has moved back into the black helped by a strong performance from the UK market as it starts to put the annus horribilus of fiscal 2009 well behind it.

  • March 31, 2011 31 Mar'11

    Daisy raids Outsourcery for mobile services unit

    Daisy Group has acquired the Vodafone mobile services unit of managed comms and cloud services provider Outsourcery for £12m.

  • March 30, 2011 30 Mar'11

    Former Mitel director appointed as Brocade UK boss

    Brocade has finally filled the gap at the top of its UK management structure with Mitel's former enterprise sales director Marcus Jewell. The UK country manager role was left vacant from October when Paul Phillips exited the data centre networking ...

  • March 30, 2011 30 Mar'11

    ScanSource to carry Motorola wireless gear

    ScanSource has expanded its decade-long relationship with Motorola with the addition of Motorola Solutions wireless networking kit to its UK line card, which it says will broaden its unified communications offering.

  • March 29, 2011 29 Mar'11

    Comstor dips toe in refurbished waters

    Cisco distie Comstor has launched a new programme designed to grab a chunk of the risky, yet potentially lucrative, market for remanufactured or refurbished network infrastructure kit.

  • March 28, 2011 28 Mar'11

    Network procurement shake-up could shield front-line from cuts

    Research commissioned on behalf of Cisco has revealed that a clear majority of public sector ICT budget holders reckon that changing network procurement practice could save up to 6.4% of the government's annual £16.5bn annual ICT spend, ...

  • March 28, 2011 28 Mar'11

    NetScout buys BT spin-off Psytechnics

    Voice and video service management outfit and BT spin-off Psytechnics has been bought by network management vendor NetScout Systems for an undisclosed sum as it ramps up its focus on the unified communications sector.

  • March 24, 2011 24 Mar'11

    Polycom buys video management firm Accordent

    Video communications vendor Polycom has forked out $50m in cash to buy California-headquartered video content management and delivery specialist Accordant.

  • March 23, 2011 23 Mar'11

    Meru Networks joins Azlan team

    The enterprise and networking division of C2000, Azlan, has added WLAN vendor Meru Networks to its line-up to address the growing demand for virtualised WLAN infrastructure fuelled by the explosion in mobile devices.