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  • 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 div... 

  • ShoreTel urges comms channel to think bigger

    ShoreTel EMEA boss Adrian Hipkiss hasset the unified comms vendor's sights on further expansion into the large enterprise sector and a ramping up of its virtualisation capabilities in 2012. With 30% of its installations currently over 500 seats, and ... 

  • ZyXEL's Marsden gets European president spot

    ZyXEL UKmanaging directorandvice presidentof European channels Lee Marsden is to take on the role of European president following a reshuffle that has seen predeccesor Gordon Yang take on a worldwide function. Marsden will continue toserve as UK boss... 

  • 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 Octoberafter a loan repayment came due that it could not meet. Riverbedstressed ithas ... 

  • 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. Speaking to MicroScope, Phoenix sales direc... 

  • 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 ... 

  • ICM brand to disappear in new Phoenix merger

    ICM-owner Phoenix is to merge the business continuity and infrastructureservices house with its own Phoenix IT Services business in a move that will see the ICM brand disappear from the market. It is coming up to 12 months since Phoenix mergedICMwith... 

  • 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. Anderson, who joined Avaya from comms firm Global Crossing in late 2010, is heading to Avaya partner G3,... 

  • 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. The firm, whichw... 

  • Comms channel courts Olympic cash

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