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“Free Test Drive” on the latest 10GbE low latency networking solutions

Stordis, the high performance distributor, has announced a new “free test drive” programme on its latest low latency 10GbE networking solutions. The product bundles include a Fujitsu XG2600 10Gb Ethernet switch, paired with two Myricom NICs, Finisar transceivers and OM3cables for high-speed server connectivity.

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Duty of care - your waste responsibilities as resellers WEEE

You must ensure that anyone who handles your waste has the correct permit, licence or exemption. WEEE  regulations (UK)

People who collect your waste include and the requirements under WEEE directives:

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European Machine-to-Machine Market Set for Strong Recovery in 2011,

The European machine-to-machine (M2M) market is quickly recovering from the economic crisis of 2008 and 2009 and is starting to prosper again with growth rates exceeding 12% over the 2010 to 2015 period, according to latest research from International Data Corporation.

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Raritan Introduces Mobile KVM Access for SmartPhones and Tablets

SmartPhone / Tablet KVM-over-IP solution, in-browser KVM client, and end-to-end digital audio over IP --

Raritan have introduced the first KVM-over-IP switch that enables the use of SmartPhones and tablets to manage remote servers. 

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Global Internet Traffic to Quadruple by 2015

Global Internet traffic will be 966 exabytes (an exabyte equalling a quintillion bytes or 1,024 petabytes) in 2015, and there will be 15 billion network-connected devices, about two per person worldwide, Cisco said in its new VP Cisco.

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