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  • Analysis: Cisco sees its future in video on the mobile internet

    16 October 2009 When you look at Cisco's recent movements in the acquisition space it is possible to see where the vendor believes the next stage of the internet is heading and what parts of the infrastructure jigsaw are going to be needed to suppor... 

  • In-depth: UC step by step

    B Although organisations are purchasing elements of the unified communications (UC) vision to boost staff productivity in difficult economic times, few beyond the largest are buying into the full dream. Instead, the sustained hype around the concept ... 

  • Analysis: Channel adjusts to Nortel exit

    The purchase of Nortel's enterprise communications business by Avayafor $900m marks the beginning of the endgame for Nortel. With few unitsnow remaining, this once powerful vendor has little left beyond itsMetro Ethernet Networks unit and a handful o... 

  • Analysis: Future Orange for channel

    Last week's merger of Britain's third and fourth largest mobile phone networks, Orange and T-Mobile, has raised eyebrows across the industry. The merger creates a 50:50 joint venture. It is expected to hold 37% of the market and roughly 28 million su... 

  • Analysis: What future for Avaya Nortel channel

    The long-running Nortel soap opera took another twist last week, as the auction of the bankrupt network supplier's wireless business neared. 

  • Analysis: Public sector key to wireless adoption

    The halcyon days of global and industrial supremacy may belong gone, but there are still some areas where Britain is leading the world, and when it comes to the deployment and use of wireless networking technology we’re still at the top of the pile. 

  • Analysis: Who's lining up for a slice of Nortel

    When Nortel fell into administration at the start of 2009 the industry mourned the first major IT casualty of the recession, but the optimistic expectation was that Chapter 11 would turn out to be a boon for the firm. Nortel-watchers and partner...