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  • September 20, 2010 20 Sep'10

    Calyx Ireland voice and data unit flogged to management

    Calyx management have acquired the €20m turnover voice and data security operation in Ireland from receivers Kavanagh Fennell and plan to trade as Unity Technology Solutions.

  • September 20, 2010 20 Sep'10

    Azzurri plugs tech gaps with new unit

    Networking integrator Azzurri has launched a new business unit to better integrate its software development arm with its traditional integration and consultancy practice.

  • September 17, 2010 17 Sep'10

    RIM beats forecasts on consumer sales

    Canadian mobility vendor RIM has beaten expectations for the second quarter of its fiscal 2010 -which closed on 28 August - after sales rose 31% year-on-year to $3.53bn and net income soared 67% to $796.7m. Device sales accounted for 79% of sales, ...

  • September 16, 2010 16 Sep'10

    Virtualisation security to be top priority in 2011

    Research conducted ahead of next month's IP Expo infrastructure trade show has suggested that concerns around virtualisation and data security will dominate IT managers' thoughts over the next 12 months.

  • September 16, 2010 16 Sep'10

    DiData buys into video services with mvision acquisition

    Dimension Data has bulked up its managed video services muscle after buying video integrator mvision for an undisclosed sum. Mvision specialises in Tandberg kit, and following the acquisition of the vendor by Cisco had made plans to become a Cisco ...

  • September 15, 2010 15 Sep'10

    Chambers to pay Cisco's first dividend

    Cisco CEO John Chambers has decided to let investors in on a bit of the action, returning 1% to 2% of the vendor's $40bn cash pile to shareholders in its first ever dividend payment.

  • September 15, 2010 15 Sep'10

    Radware subject of bidding war talk

    Hewlett-Packard may be about to embroil itself in a bidding war with IBM over Israel-based networking and security vendor Radware.

  • September 14, 2010 14 Sep'10

    BT Global Services gets new sales, marketing head

    Troubled enterprise ICT services provider BT Global Services (BTGS) has appointed former AT&T EMEA head Tom Regent to president of global sales and marketing.

  • September 13, 2010 13 Sep'10

    Azlan on the prowl for Avaya VARs

    C2000's enterprise and networking division Azlan has launched a recruitment drive to win over the Avaya dealer channel and sign up some new members at the same time.

  • September 13, 2010 13 Sep'10

    Nimans boss vows to cut out network jargon

    Niman's newly-appointed network services head Mark Curtis-Wood has vowed to take a back-to-basics approach to sales pitches in order to entreat more dealers to consider adopting network services.

  • September 10, 2010 10 Sep'10

    Comstor updates Cisco guidebook

    Networking distributor and Cisco-specialist Comstor has updated its Cisco Solutions Handbook, adding sections on the vendor's UCS data centre portfolio for the first time.

  • September 10, 2010 10 Sep'10

    Nokia ousts CEO in favour of Microsoft man

    Beleaguered Nokia CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo has been given his marching orders and will be replaced by Microsoft Business Division head Stephen Elop from 21 September. Kallasvuo spent 30 years at Nokia and helmed the firm from 2006.

  • September 09, 2010 09 Sep'10

    Vodafone announces restructuring plans

    Vodafone is to take steps to rationalise its business through a restructuring plan that it says will simplify managerial governance and reduce some unnecessary organisational layers.

  • September 09, 2010 09 Sep'10

    ShoreTel rolls out TCO courses

    UC and IP phone specialist ShoreTel is to run a series of channel-centrictotal cost of ownership (TCO)training courses across EMEA todrive uptake ofits Online TCO facility. ShoreTel has staked a big part of its market reputation on beating its ...

  • September 08, 2010 08 Sep'10

    Ciena losses widen on Nortel MEN integration

    Ciena has slumped to a GAAP net loss of $109.9m (£71m) or $1.18 per share after booking $17m of acquisition and integration-related costs associated with the integration of Nortel's Metro Ethernet Networks (MEN) business.

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