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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...

PoE switches designed for power-hungry applications

Networking infrastructure vendor D-Link has launched two new Power over Ethernet (PoE) switches designed for demanding, power-hungry applications. D-Link has announced two new unmanaged, rack-mountable,...

HP finally decides to split in two

Well it finally happened. HP is now officially split in two. After many attempts to split up or spin off HP business units, in the...

Big Three taking advantage of wholesale roaming cap: Regional carriers

Regional carriers MTS Inc., Saskatchewan Telecommunications Holding Corp and Tbaytel are asking the Canadian Radio-Television and telecommunications  Commission (CRTC) to make adjustments to existing...

Simplifying server virtualization

Hewlett-Packard Co. is aiming to help customers simplify and cost-optimize server virtualization with a new licensing deal. HP will provide a free one terabyte HP...

Xerox, GreenCentre Canada partner to commercialize green tech

Xerox Canada is collaborating with a government funded organization in order to bolster the commercialization of Canadian green technology. GreenCentre Canada, which was created in...

Canadian cloud firm expands managed services capabilities

Cloud hosting company CentriLogic of Toronto has launched a new business unit that will deliver virtualization, data centre consolidation and managed IT solutions to...

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...

Mitel refreshes brand to reflect expanded offerings

Over the past 18 months, Ottawa-based IP telecommunications vendor Mitel Networks Corp. executed a series of strategic moves that enabled the company to become...

U.S. cloud firm speeds up content delivery

Faster devices and increasing bandwidth are great for workplace productivity as well as enjoying online entertainment content. However faster Internet service has as few...

Lenovo closes $2.1B x86 deal with IBM

Chinese computer company Lenovo Group Ltd., is easing into the third spot in the $42.1 billion global x86 server market with the close today of...

HP to deliver ARM servers for the enterprise

ARM-based processors can be found in almost any mobile device these days. The design approach taken by ARM Holdings (NASDAQ: ARMH) in creating its...

Eaton focuses on virtualization and verticals

With the introduction of virtualization, cloud and now the Internet of Things, the business of power is not only a growth sector but also...

Intel, computer vendors working on always-connected PCs

The idea of an always-connected PC  has been floating around for some time. Now it seems that the pieces are coming together. Computers using Intel...

Unify prepares to launch cloud UC service

Next month Unify Inc. – formerly Siemens Enterprise Communications – will release its new cloud-based unified communications and collaboration platform as it tries to put a...

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