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  • Competition time; celebrate 25 years of Wi-Fi

    This week is the 25th anniversary of a landmark decision by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to open up the radio spectrum and allow unlicensed access for communications, and to mark the occasion we've teamed up with D-Link to run a com... 

  • Is Vodafone dialling up a channel extension?

    Vodafone's efforts to build an IT channel have floundered so it appears to be going for the next best option - to acquire its own networking integrator. In the past month the telco behemoth has been liked with several firms including the reseller ope... 

  • Congratulations to ACEs networking nominees

    Tonight marks the fourth annual MicroScope Awards for Channel Excellence (ACEs) and those attending this year's event at the Lancaster London are promised a night of gourmet food, fun and frolics and top-notch comedy from our mystery guest! Thing... 

  • Prepare to redecorate; Cisco wants into your living room!

    Wallpaper paste at the ready. A £350 home telepresence system could be gracing your living room in the near-future if remarks made by Cisco worldwide operations veep Rob Lloyd last week are anything to go by. Speaking at a Reuters technolog... 

  • Westcon Group scoops vendor awards

    Congratulations to convergence and networking distributor Westcon and its Cisco unit, Comstor, which have both picked up some vendor awards this week. Westcon's Willem de Haan was on hand at the 2010 Juniper networks J-Partner Summit in Barcelona... 

  • No network on the high seas for Captain Bligh

    How the world has changed; Captain Bligh sailed a thousand miles across the South Pacific in an open boat with just a sextant, a compass and sheer dumb luck to guide him after being chucked off the Bounty. But nowadays you wouldn't think of attem... 

  • Is Cisco's absence from UCIF really a source of concern?

    The new Unified Communications Interoperability Forum announced todayhas raised eyebrows in the industry after it emerged that Cisco had been invited to join the alliance - which seeks to foster open standards and interoperability in the complex, und... 

  • Who was Palm's mystery suitor?

    A bloodthirsty bidding war between five companies took place behind the scenes before Hewlett-Packard emerged victorious in the race to acquire troubled handset builder Palm, it has now emerged. According to Palm's most recent SEC filing, detaile... 

  • The inconvenient truth of acquisition

    Earlier today we heard the sad news that optical networking specialist Ciena, which now owns a substantial part of Nortel's business, is readying P45s for 17 workers at the vendor's facility in Northern Ireland. When a company is acquired in our ... 

  • Broadband still on government action list

    Despite there being no mention of the subject in the agreement thrashed out by the Lib Dems and the Conservatives this week, improving the state of Britain's broadband infrastructure his high on the agenda for the incoming coalition government, accor...