Articles about Steve Clark

More Azzurri execs run for the hills, turnover keeps sliding

The exit of two more senior figures at Azzurri Comms has spooked the company's sales floor amid falling fiscal '13 turnover and customers expressing concerns about handing projects to the firm. According to Channel Register sources, morale at the south coast-based integrator has hit rock bottom as the turnaround plan falters and …
Paul Kunert, 06 Nov 2013
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'My work here is done, tata!' - Calyx Managed Services chief

Calyx Managed Services (MS) is splitting with CEO Martin Mackay after less than two years in the seat. Former Azzurri ops director Steve Clark will replace him. The departure date of Mackay, former European bigwig at Northgate Information Solutions and international veep at VeriSign is confirmed as the end of August. He pitched …
Paul Kunert, 31 Jul 2012
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November round up: DRAM prices on the slide

DRAM memory prices slid by around 15 per cent on the spot market in November. According to memory manufacturer and distributor DMC, the price of a 64MB DIMM (PC-100 8x8) on 1 November was £52.53. By the end of the month, this price was down to £42.43. Andrew MacKenzie, VP of DMC Europe, said he expected this steady decrease to …
Linda Harrison, 09 Dec 1999
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AMD Athlon stormed during Q1 says channel

Sales of AMD's Athlon have gone through the roof in Q1 of this year, channel players confirmed today. Steve Clark, marketing director of Microtronica Europe, said sales of the processor, particularly during February, were very strong, accounting for a large percentile rise in microprocessor sales. Microtronica, like AVNet, sells …
Mike Magee, 02 Mar 2000
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Disties squeal on Intel shortages

Intel has only been able to supply around a third of chips needed by UK distributors this month. Reading-based distributor Microtronica claims a run-rate of 24,000 Intel chips per month, but says it only received a shipment of 8000 for May. Distributors appear to be expected to forage for more than 60 per cent of their chip …
Linda Harrison, 19 May 2000
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What was last month's DRAM price hike all about?

Analysis July was a confusing month for those poor unfortunates whose lives revolve around the spinning top that is the DRAM market. Distributors saw prices drop in the first week, continuing the year's downward trend. They nestled at what felt like rock bottom, with everyone wondering just how low they could go. But this demoralising …
Linda Harrison, 04 Aug 1999