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  • HP launches managed network channel programme

    HP has added a new partner programme to its line-up, targeting a select few comms services providers looking to offer pay-as-you-go managed networks for their end-user customers 

  • Meru channel programme refresh promises clarity, support

    Wireless networking specialist Meru has made over its partner programme, ditching tiers that, by its own admission provided “no differentiation” for partners and promising more support 

  • Cisco CEO: Europe not yet at rock bottom

    Cisco CEO John Chambers has told analysts that the European market has a way to go before it begins to turn around, after regional revenues in the first quarter of Cisco’s fiscal 2013 declined by 10% 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 19 October 2012

    Our regular look back at the most popular ICT channel news stories from the past week 

  • Wireless a 'recession proof' channel opportunity

    Wireless networks are set to become the primary form of infrastructure and have been described by Cisco as a recession proof market 

  • Cloud Distribution sets the Ball rolling

    Value added distie Cloud Distribution has named network veteran James Ball as its technical manager as it seeks to capitalise on its recent growth and move up “to the next level” 

  • Tools for BYOD success

    Billy MacInnes considers the reseller role in helping organisations develop and deliver bring-your-own-device programmes that meet the requirements of employer and employee 

  • Lanway star signing for Burnley FC

    Managed services and comms provider Lanway has renewed its support for its local team, Championship side Burnley FC with a new outsourcing deal expected to shave 25% from the club’s costs 

  • Wireless, wireless, everywhere

    Wireless traffic surges wherever people gather to talk, which, says Nick Booth, means the smallest room will need an access point 

  • Xirrus named as first Wick Hill Wi-Fi partner

    Value added distie Wick Hill has named Xirrus as its first ever wireless networking partner as it looks to capitalise on BYOD growth and its subsequent impact on the networking industry