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UKFast set to break £50m turnover in 2018

Cloud hosting firm UKFast has revealed that it is on track to deliver more than £53m revenue in 2018, resulting in a 13% increase on the £47m declared in 2017. The firm is also forecasting impressive profit margins ahead of a potential IPO, with adjusted EBITDA expected to exceed £25m …

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ASUS enables gamers to mine cryptocurrency with their graphics cards

ASUS has announced a new partnership with Quantumcloud, a startup with a software solution that allows gamers to use their idle graphics cards to mine cryptocurrency and receive a digital cash payout through PayPal or WeChat. As a leader in the world-wide graphics card market, ASUS is uniquely poised as …

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Brother enhances SOHO colour laser range with 9 new L3000 models

Brother UK has enhanced its range of SOHO colour laser printers with nine new L3000 models. Designed to provide greater opportunities for channel firms to capitalise on market growth, the new L3000 models replace the eight existing 3000 and 9000 LED machines. The new printers come with quicker speed, better …

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Cisco to acquire Ensoft

Cisco has announced its intent to acquire Ensoft, a privately-held UK company that provides software solutions for service provider networks. Ensoft currently develops IOS XR features for Cisco, and will continue to support networking software offered through Cisco. “Within Cisco, the Ensoft team can more effectively help accelerate development efforts …

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EE plans ‘world first’ 5G live sports broadcast

EE is set to break a world first in the world of broadcasting with a live sports broadcasting using 5G. According to TVBEurope, EE has announced that it intends to use a 5G-enabled production workflow for the coverage of the EE Wembley Cup on 25th November, which will be broadcast …

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BlackBerry to acquire AI and cybersecurity firm Cylance for $1.4bn

BlackBerry has announced that it will acquire Cylance, an artificial intelligence and cybersecurity leader, for $1.4 billion. Pending regulatory approvals and other customary closing conditions, the deal is expected to close prior to the end of BlackBerry’s current fiscal year – February 2019. “Cylance’s leadership in artificial intelligence and cybersecurity …

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EZVIZ expands partnerships with big-name UK retailers

Home security vendor EZVIZ is celebrating a positive year for the business as it considerably extends its product availability, achieving numerous listings with a number of big-name retailers in the UK. “When the UK team was put together at the start of 2018 to launch the EZVIZ range, it brought …

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SolarWinds adds Access Rights Management to its portfolio following 8MAN acquisition

SolarWinds has launched SolarWinds ARM following the acquisition of 8MAN, an early stage Access Rights Management solution company. “SolarWinds is once again, doing what we have done for almost 20 years – identifying gaps in the solution set for our customers and then working to fill that gap with an …

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AOC unveils its G2 Esports Signature Edition gaming monitor

AOC has officially announced its first G2 Esports branded monitor – the G2590PX/G2, made possible through a collaboration between the vendor and the esports organisation. This 24.5-inch monitor’s new special edition features a unique design with the official G2 Esports samurai art and logos. It is also equipped with high …

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Huawei launches Digital Platform for smart cities

Huawei has unveiled its Digital Platform to enable city-wide intelligence and sustainable development across the international smart city industry. Showcased at Smart City Expo World Congress 2018, the platform is based on leading new ICT including artificial intelligence (AI), internet of things (IoT), big data and cloud. Huawei and its …

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