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Spitfire launches super-fast ADSL 2+ business broadband

Spitfire has connected to BT's 21st Century Network (21C), allowing the provision of super-fast ADSL2+ broadband circuits to Spitfire customers, with download speeds of up to 24Mb.

Unicom donates £13,000 funding for school trips

As the numbers of school trips are reported to be dropping because of complicated health and safety rules, Unicom has partnered with Parklands High School, Wythenshawe, Manchester, to help provide 'learning outside the classroom'.

Unicom has donated a £13,000 bursary to The Outward Bound Trust and has identified Parklands High School in Wythenshawe as the recipient of the donation.

Nimans notches up record sales of NEC equipment

Distributor Nimans is shrugging off the economic doom and gloom with record daily and monthly sales of NEC equipment. Demand for the popular XN120 system remains as strong as ever while the introduction of the next generation Univerge SV8100 platform has accelerated sales performance.

IPTV Zone at IBC2009 doubles in size to meet surging demand for IPTV

Following the success of last year's show, the IPTV Zone at IBC2009 is being increased in size by 120% (from 1116m² to 2466m²). The expansion reflects the growth of the IPTV market which, according to recent research by Infonetics, is forecast to grow to reach 53 million subscribers by 2009 creating a $44 billion marketplace for equipment and services.

ITEC Intelligent Services acquires the assets of Solutions4Comms

ITEC Intelligent Services has acquired the assets, customer base and goodwill of Solutions4Comms.

M&A action in Europe dries up, reports IT Europa

The volume of technology company merger and acquisition activity in Europe is down by two thirds already this year, with a particular lack of big deals. M&A specialist Corum presented these figures at the WFS event in London this week, explaining that it followed a record $132bn year in 2007.

Rittal appoints Gamma Global as key distributor

Rittal has appointed Gamma Global as a key distributor for its IT infrastructure products.

Dexterra aims to be mobile data platform of choice

Mobility software specialist Dexterra aims to embed itself as the mobile data platform of choice for a number of key telcos during the next year, enabling them to develop a new generation of services for enterprise customers and resellers.

Gamma counts on Green minutes

As of January 1st 2009, all minutes carried across the Gamma network will be carbon neutral. This is claimed to be a first in the UK telecoms market, and will be beneficial to businesses and Channel Partners who are looking to reduce their carbon footprint.

Networks First brims with Mitel 3300 accredited engineers

Networks First now has the highest number of Mitel 3300 accredited engineers of any channel-only support company. Steve Niven, Sales Director, said: "We will continue to build on our in-house IP communication skills through investment in training and recruitment."

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