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Azzurri gets top marks from British education agency

Azzurri has been accredited to supply learning platform services to schools in England by the British Educational Communications and Technology Agency (Becta). Following tough assessment by Becta, Azzurri will be listed on Becta’s Learning Platform Services Framework which will be available to schools, colleges and local authorities in January 2007.

C2K installs new Azlan UK chief as part of boardroom shake-up

Computer 2000, the UK operation of Tech Data, has named Andrew Shepperd as director of Azlan UK and Alice Smitheman as product marketing director for Computer 2000. The company also revealed a number of internal appointments to complete a full line-up of Board of Directors for 2007.

Product news: Interquartz unwraps white version of Gemini

Meeting hot demand for a white version of the Gemini business class telephone range from Interquartz (UK), the company has launched vibrant alpine white alternatives of the Gemini Speakerphone 9333, Gemini Basic Telephone 9330 and the Gemini CLI Speakerphone 9335.

KeConnect launches new online back-up service

Internet Service Provider KeConnect has lifted the curtain on KeVault, a new online backup service enabling companies to protect dat at all times.

Emerson Network Power seals Power ID distribution deal

Emerson Network Power has appointed Power ID as a distributor for its range of Liebert UPS.

Mason InfoTech strikes a contract with the DSA

Mason InfoTech has won a contract award with the Driving Standards Agency.

Following an initial consultation exercise, Mason Infotech have been retained to project manage the implementation of new telecommunication technologies and services into the Driving Standards Agency’s Newcastle call centre facility.

New Wi-Fi handsets from KIRK Spectralink

KIRK SpectraLink has introduced its next-generation Wi-Fi telephony handsets, the NetLink 8000 Series Wireless Telephones.

Alcatel-Lucent acquire UTRAN

Alcatel-Lucent has announced that the acquisition of Nortel’s UMTS radio access business (UTRAN) and related assets has been completed on December 31st, 2006.

World’s largest firms slam wallets shut

The world’s largest firms will have little money left for IT projects in 2007 after blowing an unexpectedly large sum on ‘run-the-business’ costs this year, a new Gartner report has asserted.

UK networks set to crack under unprecedented pressure

The United Kingdom is set for a ‘bandwidth explosion’ in 2007, placing ‘extreme’ pressure on the UK’s networks.

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