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  • Huawei set to pump £1.2bn into UK economy

    Ren Zhengfei, the CEO of expansive Chinese networking kit builder Huawei, is set to announce the creation of 700 new jobs in the UK 

  • Six Degrees signs up to Interxion carrier community

    Acquisitive cloud services and UC provider Six Degrees division Datahop has signed up to offer network services via carrier-neutral datacentre provider Interxion’s new London facility. 

  • Tech Data pounces on SDG in £219m deal

    Tech Data has swallowed up SCH’s distribution business, SDG, in a deal valued at around £219m to augment its enterprise distribution unit, Azlan and strengthen its wider broadline capabilities. 

  • Six Degrees buys Avaya partner Aurora

    Avaya reseller Aurora Networks Ltd is the latest firm to be picked up by buy-and-build cloud services provider Six Degrees Group, strengthening its unified communications business. 

  • Education specialist joins Lanway

    IT solutions and comms specialist Lanway have appointed Julie Anderson as account manager extending their education expertise. 

  • Quartermaine new UK boss for Juniper

    Juniper Networks has named Mark Quartermaine as its new area vice president of the UK and Ireland, with a brief to get his teeth into its service provider and enterprise business. 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 24 August 2012

    Our weekly round-up of the most popular digital content here on MicroScope.co.uk. 

  • HP plunges to $8.9bn loss

    Hewlett-Packard has posted an enormous $8.9bn (£5.6bn) loss in the third quarter of its fiscal 2012. 

  • Cisco approves Cluster Learning for VAR training

    Cisco has approved 27 of Cluster Learning’s sales courses for its Enabling Architecture Sales Excellence (EASE) promotion, offering Cisco funded training to partners for their sales teams. 

  • Dell taps HP’s Haas as PC revenues fade fast

    In a clear signal of its future intentions Dell has hired ex-HP Networking boss Marius Haas to run its enterprise unit, as its PC business struggles.