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Mitel acquires Toshiba’s unified communications business

After announcing earlier this year that it is bowing out of the North American telecommunications market, Toshiba is selling various assets and support from...

Huawei to invest $500 million in Ontario, promises 325 new jobs

Chinese network equipment manufacturer Huawei Technologies is increasing its investment in Ontario in hopes that will persuade enterprises to buy its switches and routers. The...

Aruba Networks targets SMBs with new channel program

Network gear vendor Aruba Networks Inc. is lining up a set of new products and a new channel team to help its partners meet...

Ontario telecom firm expands into Western Canada

Fibernetics, a Cambridge, Ont.-based telecommunications company specializing in Internet Protocol (IP) private branch exchange (PBX) technology expanding into Western Canada with the purchase of...

Alcatel sells enterprise unit to Chinese investment firm

Alcatel-Lucent’s Enterprise division has always stood in the shadow of its bigger telecom equipment maker brother. Now control has been passed to China Huaxin, which...

Video: Don’t write Nortel’s obituary just yet

In this video report, IT World Canada editor Shane Schick reports how Nortel Networks can emerge from bankruptcy protection stronger than before

Microsoft/Nortel relationship again under microscope

Microsoft is staying mum on Nortel's bankruptcy filing, but the future of the companies' unified communications alliance is murky

Despite bankruptcy, Nortel customers are standing by their vendor

The head of Nortel's international users group is confident creditor protection will give the firm the time it needs to get back in the black

In Goodwin’s hands

Cisco’s new channel czar outlines the opportunities with SONA and Linksys

Cisco introduces Lifecycle Solutions

Networking giant wants partners to adopt a six-step services program to build up professional services

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