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  • 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. The Manchester-based f... 

  • 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. The new Champions programme will feature two levels of participation, ... 

  • Arbor planted in Exclusive field

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

  • 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. The shifting patterns in dema... 

  • 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. Last November the firm hired former Vodafone board director Peter Bamford as ... 

  • 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. The networking and unified comms specialist is hoping to raise $1bn through the sale of common ... 

  • Peer 1 migrates to greener pastures

    Peer 1Hosting, 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 metregreen datacentre in Portsmouth, writes Linda Endersby. "Our team d... 

  • 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. Woolhead spent three years in Cisco's clutches and brings over a decade... 

  • 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. The two rivals consolidated their position at the top of the pi... 

  • 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". The distributor he...