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  • Cisco is right to overhaul its consumer business

    I am hugely pleased to see that Cisco is finally taking action over its struggling consumer businesses. It today announced a major restructure that will see some lines axed and others, such as Linksys and home telepresence solution umi, realigned wit... 

  • Nokia credit rating cut again, but could a turnaround happen?

    A report from Forbes reveals that more than a month after Nokia and Microsoft first announced their collaboration there is still significant doubt over the firm's future. Corporate financiers and credit arbiters Moody's have become the latest agency ... 

  • Shovel-wielding granny cuts off Armenian net

    Every so often, we hear of internet outages in parts of the UK caused by thieves making off with BT's copper wiring. Usually they affect a few thousand households and are pretty easily fixed. Spare a thought, then, for a 75-year old Georgian grandmot... 

  • Cisco's strategy shake-up is disappointing and vague

    As reported today on MicroScope.co.uk, outspoken Cisco CEO John Chambers has moved to quell internal unrest and conceded that the company has disappointed its investors and confused its employees. In an attempt to gain the upper hand, Chambers set ou... 

  • Does Google's patent grab point to a change in strategy?

    Google's $900mbid for Nortel's patent portfolio - its last significant asset - represents a major shift in the search and advertising giant's approach to the wider IT market, and in particular the world of networking and mobility. Of course, under th... 

  • Daisy is full of the joys of spring

    In the springa young company's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love, as Tennyson could have written, but didn't, on account of being a poet and not a trade journalist. And acquisitive comms outfit Daisy Group hasbeen doing some serious wooingas th... 

  • Cisco Cius tablet set for spring launch

    Over in the US, Cisco's long-anticipated Android-based Cius tablet has finally hit the FCC for testing. This is the a firm indication that wewill be seeing them in the wild very soon. Documents filed with the FCC by OEMer OpenPeak, who look to be bui... 

  • IPV4 hoarders can strike it lucky

    Psst, guv', want to buy an IPV4 address? Nah, fell off the back of a lorry, didn't it... If you've been sitting on a little nest egg of IPV4 addresses it could be time to cash in. Late last week Nortel offloaded 666,624 precious addresses to Microsof... 

  • Resellers! Upsell Royal Wedding tat and keep your margins up

    Network Noisewonders why it isonly mobile phone companies that are rushing out ill-advised Royal Wedding paraphernalia? The picture shows anAvaya Flare desktop video device, tragically unadorned with a bad watercolour of Prince William. Get onto it, ... 

  • Alcatel hops on Royal Wedding tat bandwagon

    Last month we brought you news that mobile phone accessory outfit Proporta was launching a lovely Royal Wedding themed iPhone case... Well, now low-end mobile phone outfit Alcatel - a JV between Alcatel-Lucent and China's TCL - has gone one better an...