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  • Happy Christmas to all and to all a goodnight

    It's time for us to bid you farewell for a little while, as Christmas is now well and truly upon us and the goose is getting fat. We're taking a well-earned break for a week or so, enjoying the company of friends and family, as I hope you will be, to... 

  • Top of the blogs, a Network Noise Christmas special

    I've taken a trawl through the archives to bring you some of the more memorable posts of 2010 here on Network Noise. 

  • HP Scrooge targets Cisco's Christmas

    News reaches us from the States that just days before Christmas, HP Networking is plotting to snaffle some of Cisco's presents from under the tree. It has just launched a trade-in programme called 'Catalyst for Change' designed to get Cisco owners to... 

  • What next for business in 'broadband Britain'?

    In the latest in a series of guest blogs on Network Noise, Andy Lockwood, transformation director at b2b comms provider Opal, responds to the government's broadband strategy announced this month. I am pleased to see the Government committing £8... 

  • Apprentice bosses tear Baggs apart

    "What on earth are you talking about. You're a twenty one year old kid. You're not a brand," raved Viglen chairman Claude Littner as The Apprentice reached its always-gripping final interview stage. "I think when you look at what a br... 

  • What does Apple want with Nortel's patents?

    Final bids for the extensive line-up are thought to be due soon, and although the usual networking industry suspects have almost certainly been sidling up to the trestle table with their wallets out, interest has apparently emerged in the IP relating... 

  • Could Stuart Baggs actually win the Apprentice?

    After the ups and downs of the last few weeks of this year's Apprentice, last night's shock firing of Liz Locke has well and truly put the cat among the pigeons. Thenation is surely asking if comms entrepreneur, Brand and apparent descendant of King ... 

  • Could Cisco be sizing up a new distributor?

    Regular readers will recall that the other week, Ciscocertified data centre distie Magirus as the first Cisco UCS B-Series Authorised Configurator in Europe. Cisco hasawarded the same designation to Avnet TS in the US and Canada, enabling it to confi... 

  • It's a bad hair day, cancel the conference!

    If, like me, you thought that uptake of video-conferencing services was down to issues like lack of reseller training orresistance among luddite CIOs, then think again. That's according to networking service provider Damovo, which whilst conducting r... 

  • Tax regime blocks progress in broadband Britain

    Here's Tony Ballard, the digital law specialist at Harbottle& Lewis, tellig it like it is A distorting tax regime will block competing operators and hand BT a monopoly on optical fibre, Tony Ballard, a digital media specialist at law firm Harbott...