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Redcentric set to swallow InTechnology MS - sources

A For Sale sign has been pitched outside the HQ of UK firm InTechnology Managed Services for months and it seems CEO Peter Wilkinson is just days away from announcing a buyer. According to our sources, managed services outfit Redcentric has struck a deal with the Harrogate-based public company, whose shares are available to buy …
Paul Kunert, 17 Nov 2013
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Redcentric wolfs down InTechnology MS, becomes swing-bellied midmarket fatso

Redcentric has devoured InTechnology Managed Services in a reverse takeover* valued at £65m that creates a relative midmarket channel powerhouse. Under the terms of the deal, first revealed by The Channel this weekend, 80 million shares priced at 80 pence each will be placed with institutional investors to raise £64m and the …
Paul Kunert, 18 Nov 2013
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WildPackets adds inTechnology to keep an eye on things

Network and application performance management system vendor WildPackets has announced inTechnology Distribution as distributor for the Australian market. The appointment adds the WatchPoint and OmniPeek software to inTechnology’s software offerings. The 11-year-old distributor describes itself as specialising in security, …
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InTechnology adds Xythos to web services bow

InTechnology has signed up as the first UK reseller for Xythos document and file management software. The specialist storage distie will promote Xythos's software as a web service, initially to UK acadamic and research institutions, a sector which has proved receptive to its outsourced data back-up services. Here is an extract …
Team Register, 08 Mar 2006
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Storage buoys InTechnology

Network and storage specialist InTechnology increased turnover by 42 per cent to £223.5m for the year ended 31 March 2004 and credited increased demand for storage services for the growth. The company reduced group operating losses for the year to £3.8m from £6.6m for the year before. Charles Cameron, chief executive at …
John Oates, 09 Jun 2004
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Arrow Electronics engulfs hefty data centre player in €230m gobble

Serial swallower Arrow Electronics has wolfed down security and network distie Computerlinks (C'links) in a deal valued at €230m (£198m). Word on the street was that US-based giant Arrow had been locked in buyout talks with the privately-owned, Germany-based player earlier in the summer, but the deal was only confirmed late last …
Paul Kunert, 28 Aug 2013
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UK storage biz drags InTechnology deep into the red

InTechnology, the storage distie and computer services group, is whacking overheads following a whopping operating loss of £13m for the six months ended 30 September. The Leeds-based company blames pricing pressure in its UK storage wholesale business for the loss - revenues in the division were 10 per cent down on the same …
Team Register, 18 Nov 2005

Hark! Mark McHale hailed as new Arrow ECS UK boss man

Arrow Electronic Computing Solutions has hoisted sales director Mark McHale to the UK manager's office as industry vet Steve Pearce moves to a European role. Pearce will remain as UK veep but drops country manager from his title as he takes on a bunch of project work including the development of the ArrowSphere cloud portfolio …
Paul Kunert, 18 Jan 2013
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InTechnology gets NAS from IBM

IBM gave non-exclusive distribution rights to InTechnology for its Network Attached Storage (NAS) products in the UK yesterday. IBM believes NAS to be a huge opportunity and offered figures of 40 to 50 per cent growth per annum, compared to flat growth in the Directly Attached Storage (DAS) market (in its opinion). …
James Watson, 10 Oct 2001

InTechnology builds UK-wide storage network

ComputerWire: IT Industry Intelligence Storage equipment distributor and storage service provider InTechnology Plc has created LANnet, a new communications network for its Managed Data Services (MDS) customers. The company said the LANnet network will enable companies to send large volumes of data at high speed to its data …
ComputerWire, 14 Dec 2002
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London Underground hands £10m to Capgemini

Capgemini has won a £10.5m contract with Tube Lines – the engineering company behind London Underground. The three-year contract extension runs until December 2013 and lengthens a deal first completed in 2005. Capgemini gets responsibility for application support for the first time and continues to provide desktop support (for …
John Oates, 09 Feb 2011
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Juniper's pan-Euro disty deal

InTechnology has done a deal with Juniper Networks to distribute its products across Europe. The disty will sell the J-Series of enterprise routers aimed at big firms and government departments in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Portugal and the UK. InTechnology said the deal was a credit to its Network Solutions …
John Oates, 01 Nov 2005
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When 'enterprise' is self-defeating

Companies like to describe their products as being suitable for enterprise-wide deployment. However, this is by no means always a good thing. Indeed, an "enterprise" product, by its very nature, may be precisely the reverse of that. Consider the nature of "enterprise" products. They have the performance to supports thousands, …
Philip Howard, 13 Mar 2006
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Resellers to score with Web sales

IT vendors are going to see more of their online sales going to their resellers according to market analysts IDC. The average vendor's direct online sales will slide by 34 per cent and be overtaken by its indirect online channel by 2003, reports Computer Reseller News. In 2001, 1.7 per cent of IT sales, with a value of £3.2 …
Robert Blincoe, 19 Jan 2001
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Start-up buys Solid State Solutions

Magnos Holdings, a new company set up to buy enterprise storage resellers, has made its first acquisition: Solid State Solutions (S3). Terms are undisclosed. S3 is based in Hampshire and its founder-owners, Roger and Lorraine Smith, are to retire from the business. But they will stay on for now as consultants to ensure a smooth …
Drew Cullen, 14 Oct 2005
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Datrontech receivers sell Portable Add Ons

Datrontech co-founder Ian Boyle has teamed up with two former directors of the company to buy Portable Add Ons from the receivers for £400,000. The rest of team include Portable Add Ons MD Steve Muttram, and former Datrontech FD Steve Antrim and the deal was transacted through a small telecoms company called Liberty …
Drew Cullen, 16 Nov 2000

GlassHouse bids for Euro storage business

US outfit GlassHouse Technologies has bought itself a slice of the $8bn European storage services market by acquiring two UK companies in the same field. Sagitta Performance Systems and Source Consulting had already agreed to merge with each other, and have now become GlassHouse's UK arm. GlassHouse supremo Mark Shirman says …
Bryan Betts, 11 Jun 2004
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So who's going to buy Energis?

Energis, the ailing alternative telco, has a rack of potential buyers lined, according to the weekend papers. The Sunday Telegraph names Worldcom as a bidder, while the FT reports that distress purchase/ private buyout firms Carlye Group, Kohlberg Kravis &Roberts, Providence Capital and Apax Partners have all tabled bids. The …
Drew Cullen, 10 Mar 2002