The British Computer Society is inviting nominations for its 1996 awards. It is hoping to hear about applications which have been of a significant benefit to the UK business community or to society as a whole. The closing date for nominations is May 31 1996.
Custom PC maker Centerprise is claiming a record month for March, following sales for the month of more than 4,000 units. 1995 figures for Centerprise showed a 19 per cent increase in turnover to u35 million.
3Com added to its range of ATM switches and adaptors last week. A 5Gbps switching engine was added to the Cellplex 7000 ATM switch as was an Ethernet switch module. A single port, OC-3 multimode fibre ATM interface for the Lanplex 2500 Lan switch was also released.
Software company Autodesk claims it has sold more seats of Autocad software than its largest rival has sold in its entire history. Autodesk has sold more than 1.4 million copies of Autocad since 1982 - seven times more than rival Bentley.
CEO Graeme Watt admits the trading climate is becoming a little more uncertain as he and CFO Graham Charlton reflect on the reseller's £1bn year
Security vendor appoints Infinigate as part of strategy to grow channel business
As the trade war between the US and China ramps up, Marian McHugh investigates what impact this will have on UK prices and how partners are adapting to higher costs
CRN quizzes Avaya CEO Jim Chirico on the firm's progress after exiting Chapter 11 earlier this year, and listing on the stock exchange