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Software

Datto acquires Backupify

The companies say the acquisition will create the first complete platform to protect business data no matter where it lives.

Business

Enevate announces HD-Energy Technology for Li-ion batteries

Novel silicon-dominant composite anode technology enables high-energy density Li-ion batteries.

Business

Cisco makes connections at IBC Content Everywhere MENA

One of the highlights of the exhibition will be the connected home demonstration presented by Cisco.

Business

CII signs with cloudBay

An agreement signed by cloudBuy to develop a global trading platform for the Confederation of Indian Industry.

Telecoms

Vringo patent re-examined, invalidated

The China Patent Re-Examination Board has invalidated the 200680036107.5 patent asserted by Vringo.

Telecoms

ICSS signs with VimpelCom Group

Deutsche Telekom achieves market success with an innovative signalling service approach through the deal.

Business

AFS acquires The POP Company

AFS Technologies announced it has completed the acquisition of The POP Company.

Hardware

ZTE Blade sales top 20m

Sales of ZTE Blade series devices have exceeded 20 million units worldwide since the first device in the series was launched in September 2010.

Telecoms

Digital switchover signals growth for Kenya

The GSMA says the much-anticipated switchover from analogue to digital television allows more efficient use of a limited resource.


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