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ShoreTel introduces mobile video collaboration with Mobility 8

ShoreTel has unwrapped Mobility version 8 which integrates with the ShoreTel Communicator desktop call control suit, introducing a virtualised ShoreTel Mobility Router meaning that IT departments can mobile-enable the company workforce to encourage collaboration and productivity.

Rainbow Global Network Services builds on mobile business with 3G acquisition

Rainbow Global Network Services has acquired the customer base of mobile company 3G Ltd for an undisclosed sum. 3G has been providing mobile hardware and mobile solutions to the business community since 1989. The company, based in Sussex, offers a range of mobile products including handsets and tablets, and provides voice and data packages across all the major network carriers.

Nimans reports 70% hike in Microsoft Lync end point sales

Nimans is reporting a 70% hike in Microsoft Lync end point sales as growth in Unified Comms technology continues to accelerate.

Jabra provides integrated call-control with new Cisco Jabber 10.5

Jabra is providing fully integrated call-control with the new Cisco Jabber 10.5 release for Windows.

The ‘built-in' Jabra driver will allow for seamless installation without external drivers to complicate a mass-deployment, said the firm.

As a Preferred Solution Developer, Jabra works with Cisco to deliver Unified Communications.

Mitel's Q2 statement shows strong growth in cloud seats

Mitel's financial statement for Q2 ended June 30th showed the addition of 53,000 recurring cloud seats added in the quarter, up 98% year-over-year.

Strong cash generation enabled another voluntary prepayment of $25 million against credit facility.

KPN snaps up hosting company Argeweb

Dutch telecommunication company KPN has bought a hosting specialist Argeweb which specialises in domain registration, web hosting, hosted exchange and online-storage services for the SME sector.

Cisco EMEA carrier sales down 11%

Although it beat Q4 estimates, Cisco shares fell 2% after it said that carrier sales were down 11%. It was also hit by weak demand in emerging markets, particularly Russia, down 30%. Cisco had planned a $1bn investment here, but confidence is falling.

Westcon gears up for northern roadshows

Westcon is running a series of roadshows in the north of England and Scotland from 11th September to 2nd October, offering demonstrations and presentations from its vendor partners with new product launches from Avaya, Audiocodes and Snom.

"Places at the roadshow are getting booked up fast," said John Richardson, UK Marketing Director, Westcon UCC.

Exertis Micro-P secures exclusive deal to distribute Asus smartphones

Exertis Micro-P has secured an exclusive UK distribution deal for global technology smartphone brand Asus which is launching three new 3G devices into Britain (the ZenFone 4, ZenFone 5 and ZenFone 6). A 4G device is set to launch in September.

Further smartphones for the high-end segment will be available in the first quarter of 2015.

Matt Riley makes move to take Daisy private

Daisy founder and CEO Matt Riley (pictured) has made a tentative take-private approach for the business at 190p per share backed by investors Toscafund and Penta Capital.

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