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Jabra’s Nigel Dunn on transformations within the collaboration space, AI in headsets and more

As the managing director for Jabra’s North European Region, Nigel Dunn is responsible for the UK and Ireland, plus the four main Nordic countries: Norway, Finland, Sweden and Denmark – Denmark being Jabra’s home territory. Within this role he is also responsible for Iceland, Greenland and the Baltic countries – …

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“Everyone wants a piece of the True Wireless pie”

Greg Miller, Director of Portfolio Business Management & Personal Solutions at Poly, speaks to PCR about the latest advancements in audio technology and why there is still a strong demand for bricks and mortar stores selling consumers audio products. What are some of the latest advancements in audio tech and …

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Top 5 Tech: Okta’s Stevie Dennis on five pieces of tech that have shaped her life

Stevie Dennis, the UK Channel Manager at identity and access management company Okta, reveals five pieces of tech that have shaped her life, from her early obsession with communication, through to the latest smart assistant technology. INSTANT MESSAGING In its many forms, the speed at which we communicate has been …

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BullGuard’s Paul Lipman on the benefits of its new Small Office Security to end users and resellers

Last month, BullGuard released its new Small Office Security cloud-managed endpoint security service, designed specifically for small businesses that “need advanced, yet easy-to-manage, cybersecurity protection they can trust”. PCR caught up with Paul Lipman, the company’s CEO, to find out more about the new offering’s benefits both end users and …

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Life in the Channel: Acer’s Nick Walter

The tech brand’s Head of Commercial and Education talks about his team’s core focus, how Acer encourages diversity in the workplace, and its pursuit to make a positive impact on our society and environment. Tell us about your career in the industry and your current role at Acer. I have …

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TP-Link’s Lino Notaro on launching new products and helping consumers make the right smart home purchases

Founded in 1996, TP-Link is well known throughout the world for its networking products. As the connected lifestyle continues to evolve, the manufacturer has been expanding its offerings to include a robust smart home range. This year’s IFA show was the perfect opportunity for TP-Link to showcase exactly what it …

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In My Team: BT Shop

BT Shop – the retail arm of BT – discusses the growth of its smart home offerings and how it has used extensive customer feedback to recommend the perfect products for any connect home setup. Can you tell us a bit about BT Shop’s history and what it specialises in? …

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Life in the Channel: Netatmo’s Sean O’Brien

Netatmo’s Regional Sales Director Sean O’Brien discusses its key product launches at IFA 2019, how its recent acquisition will benefit the company, and the key design principles Netatmo follows to ensure its smart home products stand out from the crowd. Tell us about your work history and your current role …

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Life in the Channel: Netgear’s Max Wu

The Nighthawk Pro Gaming Product Line Manager discusses why it’s important that gamers are aware of the many benefits of gaming routers, and NETGEAR’s plans for taking advantage of the next-gen Wi-Fi 6 standard. Tell us about your career in the industry and your current role at NETGEAR. I have …

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HyperX on how it found the sweet spot in the gaming headset market

Created in 2002 as a high-performance product division of memory manufacturer Kingston Technology, HyperX started life with one line of high-performance memory. The DDR1 high-performance memory line boasted data speeds of up to 370MHz, and since its release, Kingston’s gaming brand has continued to push the envelope with its products. …

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