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  • April 27, 2012 27 Apr'12

    Samsung dethrones Nokia as world's biggest mobile maker

    Nokia has woken up to the news that for the first time since 1998, it is no longer the largest mobile phone manufacturer in the world, after sales of Samsung's smartphone handsets surged ahead during the first quarter.

  • April 26, 2012 26 Apr'12

    Westcon first to get Microsoft EMEA Lync-in-a-Box contract

    Microsoft has handed Westcon Convergence pan-EMEA distribution rights to its Lync-in-a-Box catalogue, the first distributor in the region to be appointed.

  • April 25, 2012 25 Apr'12

    ZyXEL aims to boost VAR numbers with free training

    ZyXEL is counting on a new free training offer on wireless and security solutions to help it achieve ambitious channel expansion targets for the UK and Ireland.

  • April 25, 2012 25 Apr'12

    Business unit star performer for Virgin Media

    Virgin Media Business (VMB) has been hailed as the star performer in comms provider Virgin Media's latest quarter, with 7.1% growth in unit sales to £170.4m contributing close to 50% of the group's overall growth.

  • April 24, 2012 24 Apr'12

    Ipswitch acquisition beefs up app management capabilities

    IT management software vendor Ipswitch has picked up web app specialist iOpus Software for an undisclosed sum. The firm, which will become part of Ipswitch's Network Management Division, focuses on cloud-based web application performance testing and...

  • April 23, 2012 23 Apr'12

    Floundering Cable & Wireless Worldwide bought for £1bn

    Following a lengthy sale process and a protracted back-and-forth with India-based Tata, troubled comms provider Cable & Wireless Worldwide (CWW) has been swallowed up by Vodafone for £1.04bn, or 38p per share.

  • April 19, 2012 19 Apr'12

    Nokia to make do without sales boss as scale of slump grows

    Fallen mobility behemoth Nokia will attempt to muddle along without a sales boss after executive vice president Colin Giles decided to cash in his chips and make a hurried exit from the table after 20 years of service, ostensibly to spend more time ...

  • April 19, 2012 19 Apr'12

    Colt expands channel with managed services franchise options

    Networking services provider Colt is to add a new string to its bow, creating a franchise partner channel in a bid to increase its exposure to end-user customers across Europe and help comms VARs make the transition into a managed services role.

  • April 19, 2012 19 Apr'12

    Avaya UK boss exits after eight months

    Avaya has parted company with its UK and Ireland managing director, Andrew Shepperd, after just eight months in charge. Sheppard replaced Lee Shorten at the helm in August last year, and vowed to take a "back to basics" approach to the firm's ...

  • April 19, 2012 19 Apr'12

    Redstone to save a further £900k in cost-trimming exercise

    Cloud and network integrator Redstone has said it will look to make further cost savings of around £900,000 per annum in response to unpredictable economic conditions.

  • April 19, 2012 19 Apr'12

    D-Link welcomes C2000 back into distribution fold

    D-Link and Computer 2000 are getting reacquainted after a two-year break in their relationship, signing a new distribution agreement that will see the full range of D-Link's products, including its IP surveillance and storage lines, sold through ...

  • April 18, 2012 18 Apr'12

    Cisco launches partner services and midmarket incentives

    Cisco has used its annual partner conference for the platform to take the wraps off a couple of fresh partner incentives, writes Linda Endersby.

  • April 17, 2012 17 Apr'12

    The race to provide good, reliable broadband during the Olympics

    There's no doubt that the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games will present a unique situation to British industry, says Dan Cunliffe, head of partners and strategy at O2 Wholesale.

  • April 16, 2012 16 Apr'12

    Daisy fires up M&A engine once more

    After a period of relative calm and reflection, acquisitive Daisy Group has stoked its boilers once again.

  • April 13, 2012 13 Apr'12

    Micro-P expands to house fast-growing mobile division

    Retail and b2b distie Micro-Phas expanded into a 6,000 square foot facility at Chine ham Park in Basingstoke to house its fast-growing Mobile division, writes Linda Endersby.

  • April 13, 2012 13 Apr'12

    Cloud network services key to new Cisco SME offerings

    Cisco has expanded its cloud-based partner managed services offering, OnPlus, adding support for wireless network management tools, as part of a major refresh of its SME network solutions offering.

  • April 12, 2012 12 Apr'12

    Stordis to push discount 10Gb Ethernet bundles

    Specialist high-performance storage networking distie Stordis is planning to help its resellers grab a larger slice of the 10GbE market, offering a 15% discount on integrated bundles comprised of Fujitsu, Dot Hill and Emulex kit.

  • April 11, 2012 11 Apr'12

    Motorola puts emphasis on apps as VAR programme hits UK

    Motorola Solutions has been talking up the potential of application provision and development as its long-awaited Partner Empower reseller programme goes live across EMEA.

  • April 10, 2012 10 Apr'12

    Cisco's Chambers prompts war of words with Huawei

    Outspoken Cisco CEO John Chambers has used an interview with the Wall Street Journal to go on the offensive against his rivals, accusing the nascent Chinese network vendor of playing fast and loose with intellectual property.

  • April 05, 2012 05 Apr'12

    EntaTech to distribute Digium OS comms solutions

    EntaTech distributor and Digium, the communications provider, have announced a deal which sees Entatech distributing two of the vendor's solutions, writes Linda Endersby.

  • April 05, 2012 05 Apr'12

    Column: Twitter bashing doesn't hide Skype's own limitations

    If the success of an ad campaign is judged by the amount of coverage it gets, then the latest from Skype is turning out to be a bit of a winner, says Billy MacInnes.

  • April 03, 2012 03 Apr'12

    American Yorktel snaps up Cisco VAR First Connections

    Basingstoke-based Cisco reseller and video specialist First Connections has been bought by American video-conferencing services provider Yorktel for an undisclosed sum.

  • April 03, 2012 03 Apr'12

    Redstone touring car team kicks off 2012 BTCC season

    Network and cloud integrator Redstone is offering vendor partners the chance to come in as guest sponsors after becoming title sponsors of the former Motor base Performance British Touring Car (BTCC) squad.

  • April 03, 2012 03 Apr'12

    Unified communications - moving beyond the desktop era

    The findings from the latest Pearl finders IT Index highlight that business has moved beyond the desktop. The PC is just one of many collaboration environments.

  • April 02, 2012 02 Apr'12

    Daisy Wholesale pushes partners into data services market

    Comms aggregator Daisy Wholesale will be running a series of reseller workshops over the course of the next few weeks, with the intention of pushing voice and mobile partners into the data services market.

  • March 30, 2012 30 Mar'12

    Cable & Wireless Worldwide bidders given more time

    The two bidders for Cable & Wireless Worldwide have been given an extension to get their proposals in order after the initial deadline didn't deliver any concrete results.

  • March 27, 2012 27 Mar'12

    Entanet warns over broadband advertising rules

    Entanet, the communications provider, has voiced concerns over the new guidelines that will change the way providers advertise broadband speeds from 1st April 2012, writes Linda Endersby.

  • March 27, 2012 27 Mar'12

    D-Link channel momentum gathers speed

    Networking vendor D-Link is continuing with its mission to cuddle up to the UK channel with the launch of a new 'Value in Partnership' programme that puts the emphasis firmly on driving resellers into new markets.

  • March 22, 2012 22 Mar'12

    Stordis picks up UK network start-up Gnodal

    High performance storage and networking distie. Stordis has signed a deal with Bristol-based switching start-up Gnodal to help the fledgling company take its first steps in the channel.

  • March 21, 2012 21 Mar'12

    Daisy recruits new reseller support team

    Business comms provider Daisy Group has formed a new product specialist partner support team to help underpin growth in the breadth of its product lines.

  • March 20, 2012 20 Mar'12

    Mobile management demand driving managed services

    Coping with consumerisation offers managed service providers a much greater opportunity in the short term than cloud computing.

  • March 20, 2012 20 Mar'12

    Riverbed gets technical with VAR programme enhancements

    In a move billed as a response to its increasing breadth of product lines, Riverbed is to shake up its Partner Network programme to put the emphasis firmly on technical expertise.

  • March 20, 2012 20 Mar'12

    Azlan services team to drive VAR annuity biz

    C2000 enterprise wingman Azlan has today announced the formation of a services team designed to help resellers target more services-based annuity revenues.

  • March 15, 2012 15 Mar'12

    Cisco piles into video acquisition game with $5bn offer for NDS

    Just hours after rival Avaya swooped on Radvision, Cisco has piled in with a $5bn (£3.18bn) purchase of its own in the shape of video software and content security solutions developer NDS Group Ltd from current owners Permira and Rupert ...

  • March 15, 2012 15 Mar'12

    Avaya extends video options with Radvision acquisition

    Avaya has bolstered its videoconferencing capabilities with the acquisition of Revision which provides the technology to provide video to mobile devices.

  • March 13, 2012 13 Mar'12

    BE Wholesale rebrands under O2 brolly

    BE Wholesale, O2's wholesale broadband arm, has taken the plunge and remade itself in its parent's image in a move it hopes will help it sell its services more effectively through the channel and capitalise on convergence opportunities.

  • March 12, 2012 12 Mar'12

    Logicalis throws hat into Cisco BYOD ring

    Logicalis has added Cisco's Identity Services Engine (ISE) Authorised Technology Partner badge to its haul, allowing it to sell, deploy and support Cisco's ISE access control platform.

  • March 08, 2012 08 Mar'12

    Azlan deploys Cisco BYOD starter-packs

    Azlan is to launch a range of pre-defined Cisco bundles built around wireless access and routing technology to help partners get to grips with customers exploring BYOD policies in corporate and public sector environments.

  • March 08, 2012 08 Mar'12

    Magirus handed 'build-to-order' Cisco blade badge

    Magirus has notched up another Cisco UCS certification, enabling the distie to build UCS B-Series solutions to order, building on its existing configuration badge.

  • March 07, 2012 07 Mar'12

    Channel Telecom resellers to get anti-bankruptcy cover

    Business comms provider Channel Telecom is introducing a new service to protect its resellers from being smacked with a hefty bill if their customers go to the wall.

  • March 06, 2012 06 Mar'12

    Poor quality mobile networks provoking user gripes

    Rising dissatisfaction from users with their mobile network performance could lead to opportunities for resellers able to support customers as they make the move towards providing greater employee use of their own devices.

  • March 06, 2012 06 Mar'12

    Brocade pushes VARs into campus networks

    Brocade is setting out to push its reseller community into the increasingly competitive campus LAN market with the unveiling of a new channel programme to help VARs capitalise on the opportunity and get one over on Cisco-selling rivals.

  • March 05, 2012 05 Mar'12

    D-Link vows to win back channel's love

    Infrastructure specialist D-Link has put the official stamp on an internal restructuring programme, previously revealed on MicroScope.co.uk, that it claims will give it the ability to service its b2b resellers more effectively, and win back partners...

  • March 02, 2012 02 Mar'12

    Mitel to sell non-core units as profits increase

    Mitel has revealed it is in discussions to sell off its DataNet CommSource business unit in an attempt to streamline its business still further, even as the unified comms software specialist edged back into net profit for the first time since last ...

  • February 29, 2012 29 Feb'12

    Westcon reveals Jeremy Butt as new EMEA chief

    Former Avaya worldwide channel boss Jeremy Butt is heading to convergence distie Westcon to take charge of its newly-integrated EMEA unified comms, security and AME business. Butt left Avaya in January after nearly four years in charge of the ...

  • February 28, 2012 28 Feb'12

    Broadband VARs well-placed to ease recovery, says Eclipse

    Business ISP Eclipse Internet is urging the channel to position broadband connectivity as a key element of the economic recovery, saying that robust internet access will be vital as small businesses look to grow over the coming months and years.

  • February 28, 2012 28 Feb'12

    Apple hot on BlackBerry's heels in corporate BYOD race

    The latest Reality Checker report from The Corporate IT Forum reveals that BlackBerry still leads the corporate smartphone market but with growth in the use of consumer products, Apple is nipping ever closer at its heels, writes Linda Endersby.

  • February 24, 2012 24 Feb'12

    Colt sales down despite strong managed services performance

    Network and cloud integrator Colt has booked a slight decline in sales at the end of its financial 2011, with strong growth in nascent managed services sales not yet enough to offset declines on voice.

  • February 21, 2012 21 Feb'12

    Comstor gets Cisco UCS B-Series configurator nod

    Specialist Cisco distributor Comstor has been globally certified as a UCS B-Series Authorised Configurator, allowing it to create custom-build offerings for the channel, collaborating with both Cisco Authorised Technology Providers and Unified ...

  • February 21, 2012 21 Feb'12

    ANS sales show impact of Infrastructure 3.0 strategy

    Managed services provider ANS says it has doubled its six-month sales off the back of growing take up of its Cisco UCS, NetApp and VMware-focused Infrastructure 3.0 datacentre proposition in both the public and private sectors.

  • February 21, 2012 21 Feb'12

    Refreshed Silver Peak partner programme unveiled

    WAN optimisation vendor Silver Peak is rolling out a new channel partner programme adding sales, marketing and training tools with the objective of growing its worldwide business.

  • February 21, 2012 21 Feb'12

    Arbor planted in Exclusive field

    In a move reflecting the growing threat of DDOS attacks, whether by high-profile political activists, national intelligence agencies, or plain old cybercriminals, Arbor Networks has taken its first steps into the world of two-tier channel building.

  • February 20, 2012 20 Feb'12

    BYOD drives demand for UC and collaboration spending

    Unified comms and collaboration has edged past cloud and virtualisation as the technology most in demand from IT directors as the bring your own device (BYOD) trend starts to have serious implications on infrastructure.

  • February 20, 2012 20 Feb'12

    Six Degrees snaps up Ultraspeed

    Mid-market data service provider Six Degrees has been quick to start delivering on its buy-and-build acquisition drive just months after outlining its intentions to grow.

  • February 17, 2012 17 Feb'12

    Avaya IPO date tabled for April, losses narrow

    After a series of delays Avaya's impending IPO, first announced last summer, now looks set to take place in April, according to sources close to the firm.

  • February 17, 2012 17 Feb'12

    Peer 1 migrates to greener pastures

    PEER 1 Hosting, the global online IT hosting provider has completed migration of over 1,600 devices and over 120TB of SAN data from its Fleet location to its new 5,372 square metre green datacentre in Portsmouth.

  • February 16, 2012 16 Feb'12

    Woolhead completes ZyXEL channel line-up

    Broadband networking vendor ZyXEL has appointed former Cisco SMB channel man Andrew Woolhead as its new channel account manager, completing a four strong channel-focused line-up.

  • February 15, 2012 15 Feb'12

    Apple and Samsung slug it out at top of smartphone market

    Apple and Samsung are locked in an epic battle for domination of the smartphone market, shipping 34.4 and 34 million units respectively in the last quarter of 2011, according to Gartner.

  • February 13, 2012 13 Feb'12

    Nimans VARs get the Lync effect

    Comms distie Nimans is attempting to boost channel expertise around Microsoft's Lync unified comms portfolio, and has teamed up with SaaS provider SIPCOM to run a series of training events as part of a "spring offensive".

  • February 13, 2012 13 Feb'12

    Vodafone ponders Cable & Wireless bid

    Vodafone has confirmed that it is in talks with Cable & Wireless Worldwide (CWW) with a view to acquiring the beleaguered comms firm for an as yet undisclosed sum.

  • February 10, 2012 10 Feb'12

    Logicalis added to Janet cloud and datacentre framework

    Education and research network Janet has added Logicalis to a list of approved data centre and cloud services providers which already includes education services provider Eduserv and BPO outfit Liberates well as HP and Dell.

  • February 10, 2012 10 Feb'12

    ZyXEL gets Eclipse hardware deal

    Broadband networking specialist ZyXEL has won a major deal with business ISP Eclipse Internet to supply routers for customers buying its ADSL and FTTC products.

  • February 09, 2012 09 Feb'12

    Timico swallows up Avaya VAR Redwood

    Business ISP Timico has swooped on Avaya and Mitel partner Redwood, which specialises in IP telephony, conferencing and contact centre services.

  • February 09, 2012 09 Feb'12

    Cisco fighting fit again after profits double

    Cisco's painful restructuring programme looks to be paying off with CEO John Chambers going as far as to ignite talk about acquisitions in the coming months.

  • February 06, 2012 06 Feb'12

    InTechnology disputes Gartner datacentre advice

    Hosted services provider InTechnology has disputed claims made by Gartner last year that it is cheaper for end-users to build their own datacentres rather than outsource them.

  • February 03, 2012 03 Feb'12

    DiData first to wear worldwide Cisco telepresence badge

    Network and IT services provider Dimension Data has become the first company to be awarded Cisco's TelePresence Video Master Global ATP certification.

  • February 02, 2012 02 Feb'12

    Arrow supply chain back to normal, targets network growth

    Distributor Arrow has said it has largely overcome a number of issues, including the lingering impact of last March's Japanese tsunami that affected the components supply chain during the back half of 2011.

  • February 02, 2012 02 Feb'12

    Cisco reveals details of business revamp at Cisco Live Europe

    Cisco is betting that consolidating its product lines and areas of business will help refocus the networking giant after a year of sluggish financial performance.

  • February 02, 2012 02 Feb'12

    ShoreTel buys M5 to bring hosted comms model to channel

    Unified communications specialist ShoreTel has splurged $146.3m in cash and stock on privately held cloud communications vendor M5 Networks in a bid to beef up its cloud practice and get in front of resellers that are looking to deploy hosted IP ...

  • February 01, 2012 01 Feb'12

    Brocade ramps up partner enablement activity

    Brocade is planning a major ramp up of its partner enablement and education activity in the UK market as it targets more business around datacentre networking, virtualisation and mobility.

  • February 01, 2012 01 Feb'12

    A10 right route for Wick Hill

    Wick Hill has added another new vendor to its bench in the shape of high-performance application networking player A10 Networks, its third signing so far this year after taking on Imation and Silver Peak.

  • January 31, 2012 31 Jan'12

    Kcom on track to reduce debt and grow sales

    Kcom remains on track to reduce net debt and secure long-term growth as the communications specialist continues to keep to the forecasts it made last November.

  • January 30, 2012 30 Jan'12

    Panduit offers Magirus pre-configured infrastructure options

    Data centre specialist Panduit has teamed up with Magirus to get the distributor to carry its products and encourage resellers to sell pre-configured infrastructure systems to users.

  • January 27, 2012 27 Jan'12

    Nokia lurches to billion Euro loss amid smartphone disaster

    The sickness plaguing one time mobility giant Nokia shows no sign of abating after the firm plunged to a full-year operating loss of over a billion Euros, while full-year sales fell 9% to €38.6bn (£32.3bn).

  • January 25, 2012 25 Jan'12

    HP looks for increased networking activity from partners

    Hewlett-Packard is looking for more resellers to sell its networking range in response to moves it has made to simplify its partner programme and extend training and support in that market.

  • January 25, 2012 25 Jan'12

    B2Net reborn under Proact umbrella

    Nine and a half months after it was acquired by Sweden-based storage and cloud integrator Proact, NetApp partner B2Net has rebranded under its parent's name.

  • January 24, 2012 24 Jan'12

    Getronics sold off in KPN shake-up

    Systems integrator Getronics International has been sold by its Dutch owners, KPN, as the telco retrenches in its domestic market.

  • January 24, 2012 24 Jan'12

    Carphone puts Best Buy store venture behind it

    Carphone Warehouse has taken a positive outlook for the final three months of its fiscal 2012 after posting 15% growth in sales in Q3 and closing the book on its doomed big box store venture with Best Buy.

  • January 23, 2012 23 Jan'12

    RIM on brink as CEOs step aside

    Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis, joint CEOs of BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion (RIM) have stepped down, to be replaced by product and sales COO Thorsten Heins. Heins, who joined RIM from Siemens Communications Group in 2007, will be charged ...

  • January 22, 2012 22 Jan'12

    Avaya channel boss Jeremy Butt to step down

    Avaya worldwide channel vice president Jeremy Butt is to step down from his role in March, MicroScope has learned.

  • January 18, 2012 18 Jan'12

    Datatec on track in face of economic turmoil

    Westcon and Logicalis parent Datatec has turned in another strong performance during the four months to the end of December 2011 in the face of poor economic data, sovereign debt issues in Europe and weakening markets.

  • January 18, 2012 18 Jan'12

    Zycko to distribute power saving Verdiem solutions

    Zycko has struck a deal to distribute IT energy management and efficiency specialist Verdiem, which it claims will allow resellers to help customers further optimise IT estates by managing the power state of devices and offering energy savings, ...

  • January 18, 2012 18 Jan'12

    Juniper gives VARs Vegas bonanza

    Juniper Networks has added a plethora of new channel tools and resources to its channel programme at its reseller conference, which is being held this week in Las Vegas.

  • January 17, 2012 17 Jan'12

    Channel boss in Mail on Sunday sting

    Transputec boss Rickie Sehgal has spoken of his embarrassment after falling victim to a Mail on Sunday sting in which an undercover reporter posed as a businessman seeking access to senior Conservative party politicians, including PM David Cameron.

  • January 17, 2012 17 Jan'12

    Wick Hill lifeboat launched in Expand channel

    The saga of what is to become of Expand Networks customers and partners in the wake of last week's technology and IP acquisition by Riverbed has taken another twist as distie Wick Hill, along with competitor CDG, mounted a rescue mission in the ...

  • January 17, 2012 17 Jan'12

    Wick Hill scales Silver Peak

    Wick Hill plans to increase its exposure to the "big data" sector with the appointment of datacentre WAN optimisation specialist Silver Peak Systems in its home and European markets.

  • January 16, 2012 16 Jan'12

    D-Link restructure will provide resellers with more focus

    D-Link is expecting a restructure to enable it to provide resellers with greater focus and support as it separates its wide portfolio and bolsters the business-to-business operations.

  • January 16, 2012 16 Jan'12

    Axonex first to bag Cisco ISE badge in UK

    Cisco partner Axonex has become the first UK reseller to be awarded the Authorised Technology Partner (ATP) accreditation for Cisco's Identity Services Engine technology. The Gloucestershire-based firm said this would help it manage increasingly ...

  • January 13, 2012 13 Jan'12

    ShoreTel urges comms channel to think bigger

    ShoreTel EMEA boss Adrian Hip kiss has set the unified comms vendor's sights on further expansion into the large enterprise sector and a ramping up of its virtualisation capabilities in 2012.

  • January 12, 2012 12 Jan'12

    ZyXEL's Marsden gets European president spot

    ZyXEL UK managing director and vice president of European channels Lee Marsden is to take on the role of European president following a reshuffle that has seen predecessor Gordon Yang take on a worldwide function. Marsden will continue to serve as ...

  • January 12, 2012 12 Jan'12

    Expand partners face uncertain future after Riverbed IP buyout

    WAN optimisation specialist Riverbed has forked out an undisclosed sum for the assets and intellectual property of Expand Networks, which went into receivership in October after a loan repayment came due that it could not meet.

  • January 10, 2012 10 Jan'12

    Phoenix targets aggressive growth after merger

    Phoenix has said it will look to book "aggressive growth" in the next 12 months in the wake of consolidating its Phoenix IT Services and ICM brands under the Phoenix banner, as revealed yesterday.

  • January 10, 2012 10 Jan'12

    Router slump knocks Juniper prelims for six

    In a preliminary fourth quarter earnings statement, Juniper Networks has said it is likely to miss its original quarterly forecast for the three months to 31 December 2011 after a slump in router demand from service providers, which was particularly...

  • January 09, 2012 09 Jan'12

    ICM brand to disappear in new Phoenix merger

    ICM-owner Phoenix is to merge the business continuity and infrastructure services house with its own Phoenix IT Services business in a move that will see the ICM brand disappear from the market.

  • January 09, 2012 09 Jan'12

    Avaya's Anderson heads into channel

    Avaya has parted company with yet another senior executive, losing UK and Ireland channel director Niall Anderson just over a year into the role.

  • January 06, 2012 06 Jan'12

    HTC in smartphone slump as Samsung flies

    An increasingly competitive mobile comms environment, matched with ongoing economic uncertainty, has pushed Taiwanese mobile kit vendor HTC to a 26% slump in unaudited fourth quarter profits, its first quarterly decline in 24 months.

  • January 05, 2012 05 Jan'12

    Comms channel courts Olympic cash

    With the 2012 London Olympics looming large on the national agenda, the comms and networking channel is setting out its stall ahead of the massive anticipated disruption to working patterns and networks.

  • January 04, 2012 04 Jan'12

    Daisy partners to trial BT superfast broadband

    A number of Daisy Wholesale resellers are to embark on a technical trial of BT Wholesale's new faster fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) products as part of plans to double the download speed of its fibre-optic broadband service.

  • January 04, 2012 04 Jan'12

    Avnet hands Hockin role driving solutions strategy

    Avnet Technology Solutions has promoted Bruce Hockin to run its solutions strategy in the UK helping resellers tap into specialised growing markets promoting technology in the security, networking and unified communications arenas.

  • January 04, 2012 04 Jan'12

    Wick Hill presses further into mobile world

    Storage and security specialist Imation has signed a new agreement with VAD Wick Hill to sell its mobile security portfolio, including MXI, IronKey and Defender solutions into the channel.

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