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Talari Launches Cloud Solution That Tackles Unreliable and Unpredictable Connections to the Cloud

Solution Supports Growing Need To Expand Business-critical Apps Into The Cloud SAN JOSE, CA--(Oct 21, 2014) - Talari, a leading innovator in intelligent network solutions that transform the ...
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By : Jason Evans / 22 October, 2014 /

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Denwa Project Management tips

Here at Denwa, the Engineering department are in the swing of some major telephone system installations. As part of the Engineering department, Mel’s job as Engineering Co-Ordinator is to manage each ...
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By : Jess Jepson / 14 October, 2014 /

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Denwa Spotlight with Tom Crookston

1. What attracted you to Denwa? In a bid to help you all get to know the team a little bit better here at Denwa, newly appointed Service Manager, Tom Crookston, has kindly agreed to answer a few ...
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By : Jess Jepson / 14 October, 2014 /

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Denwa welcome John Woods on board

John Woods – Copywriter started in January 2014
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By : Jess Jepson / 14 October, 2014 /

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Welcome to the company questionnaire

Oliver Flanagan – Trainee Telecom Engineer started in January 2014
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By : Jess Jepson / 14 October, 2014 /

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Maintaining customer interest in 4 simple steps

As a small business owner in a competitive market, one of your most essential priorities is to ensure that you establish and maintain a high percentage of your customers each year.
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By : Jess Jepson / 14 October, 2014 /

Company News, News

Quarter 1 Update 2013

It's been a good start to the year for Denwa, we have just completed another year at Vantage Court in Barrowford and its looking like further expansion is on the horizon.
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By : Jess Jepson / 14 October, 2014 /

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Denwa Launch their First Twitter Competition

Fancy winning a massive box of fancy chocolates to share with everyone in your office? Well here’s your chance!
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By : Jess Jepson / 14 October, 2014 /

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Seven tips to combat nuisance calls made to your business

Everybody knows how annoying it is to receive nuisance calls or text messages from people selling products you have no intention of buying, but when these spam calls interfere with a business mobile ...
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By : Jess Jepson / 14 October, 2014 /

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Spotlight Q&A – Robert Wild

At Denwa, we want you to get to know as much about our company as possible by putting a face to the name of each individual employee that works here.
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By : Jess Jepson / 14 October, 2014 /

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Spotlight Q&A – Chris Chambers

At Denwa, we want you to get to know as much about our company as possible by putting a face to the name of each individual employee that works here.
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By : Jess Jepson / 14 October, 2014 /

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Aaron’s Ultimate Denwa Graduate Team Questionnaire

As a number of new vacancies for graduates have just opened up here at Denwa, we thought we'd ask a few of our exisiting graduate scheme employees a few questions about their experiences with the ...
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By : Jess Jepson / 14 October, 2014 /

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Jordan’s Ultimate Denwa Graduate Team Questionnaire

As a number of new vacancies for graduates have just opened up here at Denwa, we thought we'd ask a few of our exisiting graduate scheme employees a few questions about their experiences with the ...
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By : Jess Jepson / 14 October, 2014 /

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Niall's Ultimate Denwa Graduate Team Questionnaire

As a number of new vacancies for graduates have just opened up here at Denwa, we thought we'd ask a few of our exisiting graduate scheme employees a few questions about their experiences with the ...
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By : Jess Jepson / 14 October, 2014 /

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Danny’s Ultimate Graduate Team Questionnaire

To coincide with the numerous graduate roles that have just opened up here at Denwa, we thought it would be a good idea to ask our existing graduate scheme employees a few questions about their ...
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By : Jess Jepson / 14 October, 2014 /

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Chris’ Ultimate Denwa Graduate Team Questionnaire

As a number of new vacancies for graduates have just opened up here at Denwa, we thought we'd ask a few of our exisiting graduate scheme employees a few questions about their experiences with the ...
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By : Jess Jepson / 14 October, 2014 /

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Denwa welcomes David Mallabourn as new Head of Operations

Friday 10th October 2014 - Denwa is proud to announce and welcome David Mallaborn as the Company’s Head of Operations. Mallabourn will be responsible for all technical and operational services and ...
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By : Jess Jepson / 14 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

London on the upcycle as red phone boxes go green!

In a bid to help restore the largely unused red telephone boxes of London to their former glory, founders of the Solarbox campaign have developed a rather ingenious way of making these iconic relics ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

5 steps to setting up your first office

At the heart of every successful business is an office space that provides employees with all the tools and resources they need to work efficiently, maintain productivity and do all that is necessary ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

Boris Johnson promises to deliver 5G to the UK by 2020

As part of his plan to completely reinvigorate London’s infrastructure and solidify Britain’s reputation as Europe’s leading force in the technology industry, London Mayor, Boris Johnson, has just ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

FSB demands major rethink on UK Business Broadband

Given that the poor quality of broadband speeds currently available for British SMEs has been a major topic of concern for Denwa over the last six months, we were very happy to hear that the call for ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

Metronet buyout settled at £45million

Following on from a successful year that has already seen the company celebrate its first million pound month, Metronet has just announced a £45million secondary managing buyout of the business from ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

Fibre to the X demystified

With bandwidth consuming applications such as VoIP, Video Conferencing and SaaS playing such an important role in the daily functioning of modern businesses across the world, the demand for a higher ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

Ofcom enforces 48 hour repair limit on BT Openreach

As Ofcoms rules for faster broadband and telephone repairs are expected to come into play on 1st July 2014, regulations will now require that the vast majority of broadband and telephone faults will ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts, SIP, VoIP

Viva la VoIP: Five good reasons to switch to VoIP in 2014

How many of us would willingly refuse an offer that promised to deliver a superior quality service at a heavily reduced cost? Chances are, not many!
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

Most common business disasters to watch out for in 2014!

When approximately 80% of businesses that lose data from a disaster are forced to close within two years, you know it pays to be prepared!
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

BT Legacy switch-off could devastate UK businesses

As the switch off date for BT’s legacy broadband products draws nearer, many businesspersons throughout the UK are concerned about the potentially devastating effects this cancellation could have on ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

Are premium rate & revenue sharing numbers a thing of the past?

After a long and arduous debate, government officials have finally issued a new legislation that is set to place severe restrictions on the use of premium rate & revenue sharing numbers in business ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

Data Connectivity - What's the right choice for your business?

In a technological world becoming increasingly reliant on cloud based services, data connections are going to be a major catalyst in business growth in the coming years.
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

Six tips to help you boost your broadband speed

Of all the annoying things in the world, slow internet speeds have to be right up there at the top alongside backseat drivers, supermarket queues and anything involving Piers Morgan! Thankfully, in a ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

What is ISDNconnect?

ISDNconnect is ideal for transporting frequent amounts of low volume data. There is no dial-up - so no call charges and no time wasted waiting for a connection to be made. It operates like a virtual ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

Fibre up or clock out, why no business should be left on regular broadband

Communication is crucial in business, so why limit it? Your broadband connection determines the overall success of your company, and fibre broadband guarantees to open up a number of revolutionary ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

What is caller display?

For users with phones that include a Caller Display feature, they will be able to register the time, date and number (when available) of incoming calls. This information will be displayed on your ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

What is call waiting?

The call waiting feature notifies you if another call comes through when you are already on a call. For busy phone users, this is a handy feature to keep track of those trying to contact you, ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

What is Call Diversion?

Call Diversion allows you to divert calls to your extension to any other number - anywhere in the UK, most overseas destinations or a mobile phone. With call diversion enabled, calls to the number ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

What is Call Deflection?

Call Deflection is similar to Call Diversion in that a called person can respond to an incoming voice or data call by diverting the call to another number without answering it - although this is done ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

What is Choose to Refuse?

Choose To Refuse is a service that lets a user block unwanted calls by barring specific telephone numbers. This could be the last incoming call, or a number that you dial in to add to your barred ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

Why Businesses Should Increase Their Care Level

Today’s world is fast living and fast buying. When we want something we want it delivered yesterday and we are in a world where contact is key. Being a business in such a world means that you have to ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

What is FTTP?

FTTP, or Fibre-to-the-Premises, is a technology for providing Internet access by running fibre optic cables directly from an Internet Service Provider (ISP) to a user's home or business. This is ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

What is Calling Line Identity Presentation / Restriction?

Calling Line Identity Presentation allows a person being called to receive and display the person calling's telephone number before answering the call. With this, you can ensure that people recognise ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

Cut the Cost of your Business Phone Bill

Making phone calls on a daily basis allows any company to keep in touch with their client base as well as generating new prospects and no company can function without being able to make and receive ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

What are Fibre Leased Lines?

Fibre Leased Lines are a truly high-end piece of technology when it comes to business telecoms, capable of delivering optimum speed and performance. Fibre technology adds to the capabilities of ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

What is Call Minder?

Call Minder is an exchange-based service that answers calls and records messages when you are engaged or away from your phone. It can answer up to two calls at once and take messages even when the ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

Fibre Broadband versus Fibre Leased Lines

With fibre optic becoming increasingly more common around the UK, you may be considering taking advantage of the superfast speeds and other benefits that Fibre can offer. For businesses looking at ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

Wireless Broadband arrives in St. Helens!

For residents of St. Helens, you may be thinking that only divine intervention could heal the struggling connectivity and slow internet speeds that can hamper a user’s home or business activity.  But ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

What is FTTC?

FTTC stands for Fibre to the Cabinet, and is part of the 'next generation' of broadband that is currently hot news across the country. With Fibre broadband being installed in more and more areas, ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

What is EFM?

EFM stands for Ethernet in the First Mile (EITFM wasn't catchy enough, obviously!). It is a technology that utilises symmetric dedicated leased lines to offer bandwidth speeds of up to 35Mbps. It ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

What is Anonymous Call Rejection?

Anonymous Call Rejection or ACR is a network based service that lets users block calls from callers that have withheld their numbers. With Anonymous Call Rejection enabled, if a withheld number calls ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

What is ADSL2+?

ADSL stands for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line, and is the technology that is used to connect to the internet via copper cables. It is called asymmetric as the download speeds and upload speeds ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

How does Fibre broadband work

Fibre broadband is the hot property in the news at the moment, with the 'next generation' of broadband currently sweeping the nation. With BT heavily investing in bringing Fibre access to more areas ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

FTTC versus FTTM

If you have made the decision to upgrade to Fibre broadband and gain access to the superfast speeds advertised, then there are a number of options for deployment. For your business, you need to make ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

EFM versus Fibre leased lines

If you are a business or an organisation that needs a high-performance, reliable internet service to work 24/7, you may be looking into the option of leased lines. Leased lines are rented at a ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

Ethernet First Mile versus Fibre Broadband

When it comes to your internet connection, for many businesses it is important to consider the type of internet service that will suit you best. Speed, reliability, and security are all important ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

Call Barring

Call Barring allows a user to choose to stop certain types of calls. This could be International or Premium Rate Information calls, for example (but not emergency calls), which is useful for cutting ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

BT Man moves into Government

The chief executive of BT Ian Livingston is leaving his role to take up a place in the House of Lords. The former BT man will become the minister for trade and investment in the government on the ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

24Mb broadband versus Fibre broadband

As the demand for faster and more effective broadband continues to surge, two of the more popular options you may have come across are 24Mb broadband and Fibre broadband. Both come with flashy ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

How does FTTM work?

Denwa's launch of FTTM (Fibre to the Mast) wireless broadband internet service for the business community shows no signs of slowing down. For business owners and decision makers allow us to bring you ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

Fibre Broadband for Burnley - this Summer!

For those of us used to the familiar sight of dark grey clouds cascading over Pendle Hill, you would be forgiven for thinking that these blue skies and warm weather are more reminiscent of Barcelona ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

Fibre Broadband is coming to Pendle!

Following in the footsteps of Burnley this summer, Pendle will be benefitting from the arrival of Fibre Broadband at the end of this year. By 2014, it could be the ultimate clash between the old and ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

Superfast Broadband is coming to Lancashire!

Provided by a collaboration between Lancashire County Council and BT, 675,000 homes and businesses across Lancashire will be benefiting from superfast Fibre broadband by the end of 2015 – and your ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

How to choose the right Business Broadband

Often business broadband services are sold at a premium to residential users so it is important to choose the right package to fit your organisation.
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

330Mbps Internet for Small Business!

It appears that BT have pulled another rabbit out of the hat for business customers in the UK by now offering their new, ultra-fast internet service for business customers.
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

The importance of site assurance and care levels

A lot of today’s businesses are dependent on being able to make and receive phone calls. In order to do this their phone system and phone lines must be working at all times. But what would happen if ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

BT Announce Major Breakthrough in Fibre Broadband Speeds

Some exciting times lay ahead for thousands of BT Broadband customers as the telecom giants announce a major breakthrough in their fibre broadband service which could see businesses and homes receive ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

A guide to choosing the right telecom supplier for your business

Finding a telecoms supplier that is both reliable and well suited to your specific business needs can be an extremely difficult thing to accomplish unless you know exactly what it is you’re looking ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

Business Internet, News, Posts

The mysteries of VoIP unraveled

VoIP stands for 'Voice-over-IP' and is a new(ish) business telephone service that uses internet based lines, as opposed to the conventional digital telephone lines, such as ISDN (Integrated Services ...
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By : Neil Tennant / 13 October, 2014 /

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Tulip Ltd Selects A10 Networks from Response for Innovative Hybrid-Cloud Environment

Leading uk food solutions business replaces citrix netscaler with next-generation application delivery controllers from A10 Networks PRESS RELEASE:  September 30th 2014  A10 Networks a technology ...
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By : Jason Evans / 02 October, 2014 /

Blog, Flash Memory, Gartner, Gartner's 2014 Magic Quadrant, Response Data Communications, Solid-State Arrays, Storage Solutions

Pure Storage Named a Leader in the Gartner 2014 Magic Quadrant for Solid State Arrays

Pure Storage, the all-flash enterprise storage array company, has announced that it has been positioned in the Leaders Quadrant of the inaugural Magic Quadrant for Solid-State Arrays (SSA) by ...
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By : Jason Evans / 02 October, 2014 /
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