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  • Android draws away from mobile OS field

    Google’s Android operating system has increased its dominance over rival mobile platforms and now commands more than 68% of the total market. 

  • Dohmen to run Comstor Cisco business

    Westcon has snaffled former Cisco bigwig Andreas Dohmen to fill the role of EMEA executive vice president at Comstor. 

  • MDNX on the rise with Griffin acquisition

    With the purchase of Griffin Internet, network integrator MDNX says it hopes to start to challenge some leading networking players. 

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    Our regular look back at the biggest stories on MicroScope.co.uk from the last seven days. 

  • Vodafone ousts Cable & Wireless management

    Vodafone is to replace a swathe of top execs at Cable & Wireless Worldwide (CWW), with chief exec Gavin Darby and CFO Ian Gibson among those on the way out. 

  • Chess continues acquisition spree

    Chess has continued to expand through acquisition adding two more purchases to a growing list as it bolsters its credentials in the telco and networking market 

  • Westcon links up with snom

    Westcon Convergence has signed a new distribution agreement with endpoint device specialist snom to supply its IP and Lync optimised SIP-based phones across EMEA. 

  • Siemens lavishes funding on potential UC VARs

    Siemens Enterprise Communications (SEC) is offering a range of incentives to entice new partners into its unified communications channel programme. 

  • Murphx bosses head for the exit as Daisy earn-out period ends

    Former Murphx managing director Carl Churchill and management team Richard Jay, Ben Murphy and Nicki Jay have decided to leave Daisy Group following expiry of a management earn-out. 

  • Nimans gets extra Aastra clout

    Unified comms distributor Nimans has expanded its relationship with Aastra to include Microsoft Lync handsets.