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Next Three Years Crucial In Lead Up To ISDN Switch-Off

Resellers and service providers are at risk of missing a golden opportunity from British Telecom’s planned switch-off of ISDN and PSTN lines in 2025,

Victor Paradell, vice president, Tech Data Smart IoT & Analytics, EMEA,

Exertis Announces Distie Agreement With Keonn

Tech Data Europe has announced a Europe-wide distribution agreement with Keonn, a manufacturer of radio frequency identification (RFID) hardware and s

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Attari Joins Exponential-e

Exponential-e has announced former KCOM exec Afshin Attari has joined the company. He takes on the role of Director of Public Sector and will lead Exp

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B2B Should Learn From Consumer Market Says Claranet

Whilst companies in the business-to-consumer (B2C) space have had to rapidly transform in the last decade or so due to shifting consumer habits, the b


NGD Switches On BT Optical Network Services

Next Generation Data (NGD) has become one of the first data centres outside London to go live with the new BT Wholesale Optical and Optical Connect Na


Beecham Launch IoT Navigation Tool

With over 400 IoT platforms on the market and still growing quickly, IoT analyst firm Beecham Research and its partner IoT Global Network have launche


Exertis Signs Distie Agreement with ESET

Exertis has today announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with ESET, a provider of security software for consumers and businesses from a

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Comms365 Turns SD-WAN Focus to SME

Comms365 has announced the availability of Prism, its Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) solution designed to meet the specific needs of S


TeleWare Partners Weston Digital

TeleWare has signed a new partnership with Weston Digital Technologies. Extending TeleWare’s partnering for growth philosophy. The two specialist comm


CityFibre Celebrates Giga-versary

The ‘Giga-versary’ lands just in time for Leeds Digital Festival – a week-long celebration of the City’s growing digital industry and the benefits it

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GCI Gets Serious About Monitoring With Highlight

GCI and Highlight are working together on GCI’s next generation Infrastructure monitoring and performance management system, with APM specialist Horti


Snow Software Realigns Channel Strategy

Snow Software is evolving its channel strategy and moving to a model where all business will be sold and delivered through, or with, a partner. Snow S

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Solar Creates Disruptive Tech Team

Solar Communications has unveiled a team that is dedicated to technologies that are set to transform the way organisations communicate. Following r

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M12 Provide Local Loop Unbundled Internet Service

Hampshire based telecoms and internet firm, M12 Solutions is delighted to announce that it is investing in the equipment to provide a local loop unbun

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Voip Unlimited Launches Voip Exchange

Voip Unlimited has launched a Hosted voice solution designed for SME’s & Channel Partners. The new Voip Exchange enables IT resellers to add voice ser

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swcomms Becomes Microsoft AEP

South West Communications Group has become a Microsoft Authorised Education Partner (AEP). The AEP programme is designed to train participating res

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Pulsant Invests £20m in New Datacentre Facility

Pulsant has announced the official opening of a new datacentre hall in its South London facility. The £20 million investment across the site and featu


Intercity Launches Touch Technology

Intercity Technology has invested £10 million into the development and launch of Touch Technology, a global unified communications solution. Develo

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Substandard Communications Costing UK Business Mega Bucks

Mitel has discovered that substandard communications and collaboration practices are causing UK businesses to fall short on productivity. This lack of

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Slow Broadband Hampers Remote Working

The UK’s appetite for remote working is being hampered by prohibitively slow broadband speeds and poor mobile coverage, according to new research from