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Blue Jeans and Arkadin Join Forces

Arkadin, an NTT Communications company, and Blue Jeans Network are joining forces to meet surging global demand for easy, accessible face-to-face comm

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LDeX Deploys Strategic Point of Presence

LDeX Group has announced that Manchester’s metropolitan fibre network, The Loop, has deployed a strategic point of presence in the city’s newest datac

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AKJ Helps Customers Comply with Ofcom Legislation

AKJ is holding a dedicated NGCS Webinar to support its customers with forthcoming requirements to comply with Ofcom’s ‘simplifying non geographic numb


Entanet Employee Runs for Charity

The Entanet team are no strangers to raising money for worthy charities and this year is no exception as its Head of Software Development at the Telfo

Ian Carter

Videonations Expands to Cope with Demand

Fast-growing Videonations has introduced four new faces as business continues to boom for the video conferencing and audio visual solutions specialist

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Sennheiser Appoint Searle Ahead of UC Drive

Sennheiser Communications has announced the appointment of Louise Searle as Corporate Sales Manager for the South West. As a reaction to increasing

Clifford Norton

Channel Telecom Help Partners Spot MPLS Opportunity

In April, Channel Telecom hosted an MPLS workshop at the central London offices of one of their key suppliers. Top partners attended to not only bette

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Pragma makes Strategic Sales Appointment

Pragma Distribution has appointed Susie Wardell to lead their Sales operation. Susie brings to the team 20 years of experience in sales management and


Databarracks Makes Gartner’s Quadrant

London-based provider Databarracks has been recognised in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Disaster Recovery as a Service, released April 21, 2015. Gartne


Avaya Announces SDN Fc Architecture

Avaya has announced an addition to the company’s SDN Fx architecture to help bring businesses one step closer to enabling Unified Access and the Inter


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Comms Business Interactive – April 2015

In This Issue

This month’s features include: Headsets – A Market Update, The Cloud Sales Opportunity, and Wearable Technology.



10 Years of Trust

Comms Business visited Manchester recently to see Vincent Leahy and Terry Ambrose of Trust Distribution. The company are celebrating ten years in busi


Hola Congress

Mobile World Congress has grown significantly over the past decade and has come from its humble beginnings in Cannes all the way to the Fira Gran Via


VoIP – A Common Market for Europe?

Getting together service providers from around Europe for a ‘drains up’ on the issues of the day they are facing makes for an interesting day out and


Devices – April 2015

This month we have a rather special device from Acer that is a real contender for best budget smart phone this year. Not usually known for their smart

Gavin Ray

Poor mobile coverage at work: as certain as death and taxes?

“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes…and unreliable mobile phone reception at work.” The great ‘founding father’ B


Fibre Land Grab

Comms Business Magazine met up with Richard Tang, Founder and CEO of Zen along with Steve Warburton his Managing Director, Indirect Markets to find ou

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Productivity apps

The famous saying “Time is money” rings true now as it ever did, so this month we have compiled some apps to save you those precious seconds. A recent


UC is a Feast but it’s a Moveable Feast

Selling unified communications to the SME is not easy. More often than not you have to sell the concept, the benefits and the applications to someone


Ofcom Rule Changes

Providers of broadband connectivity need to be prepared for the new switching process affecting BT’s Openreach copper network from 20th June this year


The Last Hurrah?

Editor Ian Hunter takes a look at the UK PBX market for what could be the last time in this format. He explains why and talks to some of the players i