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  • April 21, 2010 21 Apr'10

    Ericsson gets LG-Nortel stake

    Ericsson has picked up Nortel's 50% plus one share stake in its JV with Korean electronics giant LG for $242m (£156.8m) on a cash and debt free basis. Subject to regulatory approval, the profitable mobility and NGN venture will be renamed ...

  • April 20, 2010 20 Apr'10

    ProCurve, 3Com brands to become a memory

    After years of blowing hot and cold over the future of its networking arm, HP ProCurve, Hewlett-Packard has now revealed that the ProCurve brand will disappear from the market and alongside 3Com, will become part of a new business unit called HP ...

  • April 19, 2010 19 Apr'10

    Daisy cuts £17m as acquisitions bloom

    Expansive voice and data services provider Daisy Group has slashed costs of £17m out of the business over the last 15 months, according to a trading update released today.

  • April 19, 2010 19 Apr'10

    Video market set for seismic shifts after Tandberg acquisition

    Players in the nascent video channel expect to see major shifts in the market landscape in the coming months, following the announcement earlier that Cisco has completed the acquisition of Tandberg.

  • April 19, 2010 19 Apr'10

    Cisco closes Tandberg buy as video value erupts

    Cisco senior vice president, Emerging Technologies Business Group, Martin de Beer, has claimed that two thirds of the multi-billion dollar installed collaboration market is held by vendors other than Cisco and Tandberg as the networking giant closed...

  • April 16, 2010 16 Apr'10

    Ingram Micro launches dedicated telecoms unit

    Ingram Micro EMEA has launched a new telecoms distribution unit as it seeks to grab share in the expanding mobility market.

  • April 16, 2010 16 Apr'10

    How consumer trends are shaping UC for business

    March's UCExpo trade show in London provided a forum for industry representatives and customers to come together and discuss the growing influence of unified communications (UC) on the working environment and learn how to take advantage of this ...

  • April 16, 2010 16 Apr'10

    Orange calls in BT to run broadband network

    Orange is to hand off control of its fixed-line infrastructure and broadband services to BT in an attempt to increase its UK coverage and improve the quality of its own services.

  • April 13, 2010 13 Apr'10

    ShoreTel launches TCO calculator

    IP communications vendor ShoreTel has launched a new tool designed to guarantee lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) to prospective customers when compared to rival solutions.

  • April 12, 2010 12 Apr'10

    D-Link expands line-up to target midmarket

    Ahead of a planned channel programme refresh, SMB networking specialist D-Link has launched a new line-up of 802.11n wireless products pitched at midmarket firms, and added new partner sales tools to its online portal.

  • April 09, 2010 09 Apr'10

    Juniper grabs new media content outfit Ankeena

    Juniper Networks has bought into the fixed and mobile video traffic game with the acquisition of new media infrastructure specialist Ankeena Networks for an undisclosed sum.

  • April 09, 2010 09 Apr'10

    TalkTalk vows to fight Digital bill as debate rages

    Consumer ISP and Opal owner TalkTalk has vowed it will not surrender the details of any of its customers from digital rights holders and will refuse requests to disconnect copyright infringers, telling right shoulders "we'll see them in court".

  • April 08, 2010 08 Apr'10

    Costs of Digital Economy Bill stack up for ISPs

    By Ian Grant Internet service providers (ISPs) face a host of extra coststhat could add up to £15m a year when provisions in the DigitalEconomy Bill become law. This emerged from a consultation document published by theDepartment of ...

  • April 07, 2010 07 Apr'10

    Huawei mulls potential Motorola bid

    Shot down in 2008 in an attempt to link up with 3Com, Chinese networking vendor Huawei is now reportedly eyeing up Motorola's network business as the venerable US-based tech firm prepares to break up early next year.

  • April 07, 2010 07 Apr'10

    Avaya adds Nortel kit to 0% financing offer

    Avaya and its in-house financial services outfit are trying to drum up some new business through a six-month extension of their 0% financing offer.

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