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‘Much more to come’: Channel reacts to ex-Enta boss Jason Tsai’s jail sentence

Crooked ex-Enta boss Jason Tsai’s 18 month jail sentence is just the ‘tip of the iceberg’ according to many within the Channel. The Former Enta boss was jailed for 18 months, late last week. Found guilty of breaching a passport order, Tsai was also convicted for hiding assets from HMRC …

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Managed cloud service provider announces new hires after £50m investment

Newark-based managed cloud service provider Timico has announced the appointment of four new senior hires to help the company meet its clients’ ‘digital transformation needs’ following on from the £50 million investment in the firm by Lyceum Capital earlier this year. Kirsty Johnson has been recruited as client operations director responsible …

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AMD announces Threadripper pricing, release date and surprise entry-level chip

Back at Computex 2017 in May, AMD announced its new Threadripper processor range and now the company has given price tags, a release date, and a surprise new entry-level addition. The component vendor confirmed the specs of its professional-grade processors and that the Threadripper 1950X and 1920X will retail at …

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Wales is the secret home of Raspberry Pi

The technology boom in Wales is showing no signs of slowing down. The latest company to be celebrating success in Wales is Sony. Doubling its workforce in the region over the past 12 months, the tech giant has announced that 10 million of the 14 million Raspberry Pi devices it’s …

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Microsoft flushes Paint from Creators Update

We’ve already heard plenty of what’s new in Microsoft’s upcoming big Windows 10 update but now the company has quietly put out its list of ‘features that are removed or deprecated in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update‘ and, to the dismay of some, legacy features such as Paint and Outlook …

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Exertis strengthens ESET relationship, becomes MSP distributor

Leading distie Exertis has today followed up on a bevy of recent announcements with the news that it has strengthened its relationship with ESET, becoming a MSP distributor. Exertis says that the ESET MSP partner programme enables resellers to take advantage of volume pricing for licenses with the ability to …

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Google DeepMind CEO among high-profile backers of UK chip company Graphcore

British chipmaker Graphcore has raised more than £23 million as it bids to develop its first artificial intelligence-focused chips. Total investment in the company now stands at around £48 million, with one or two high-profile backers splashing the cash on the West Country firm. Among those willing to put up …

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Microsoft enters smart thermostat arena with Cortana built in

The latest company to enter the smart thermostat arena is Microsoft. Planning to take a slice of sales away from Hive and Nest, Microsoft has announced that its GLAS thermostat will be on the market soon. Unlike both Hive and Nest, the GLAS thermostat will come with Microsoft’s voice-assistant Cortana …

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Exertis appoints new director

Leading distributor Exertis has announced a new director. Promoted from within the ranks, Ian Aitken has been promoted to the role of AV director. With big shoes to fill, Aitken takes on the leadership role at Exertis Medium following the departure of Ian Sempers, the founder and owner of Medium …

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