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Luxoft, the giant Ukrainian-Russian software developer is answering questions online to reassure its clients that its business operations are stable and business is proceeding as usual. It says the actions in the Crimea are hundreds of miles away from its operations in Odessa, Dnipro and Kiev.
With enterprise server sales under pressure and the cheap white-label servers used by data centres gaining more ground, IDC estimates global server revenue fell 4.4% Y/Y in Q4, a decline steeper than Q3's 3.7%.
European cloud services platform operator Interoute has launched its sixth European Virtual Data Centre (VDC) zone in Milan, in Italy.
Germany-based payment service provider (PSP) Computop has announced its partnership with a UK clothing retailer Joules as the company is getting ready for international expansion.
The total amount invested in data centre outsourcing solutions in Europe will significantly increase over the next three years, according to ‘Data Centre Key Trends, Emerging EMEA', a newly released report by DCD Intelligence.
The global enterprise PBX market, including TDM, hybrid, and pure IP-totaled $7.4bn in 2013, down 9% from 2012, and down 9% from the year-ago 4th quarter.
EU antitrust commissioner Joaquin Almunia has defended a deal with Google following criticism from rivals and others, saying there had been no gentlemen's agreement to close the case.
UNIT4, a Dutch cloud software group, has posted at the end of 2013 a decline of 37% in net profit which stood at €14.8m against €23.5m in the same period a year ago.
Polystar, a Sweden-based specialist in network analytics, monitoring and test solutions, has announced its expansion plans and new offices opening.
Storage specialist Tintri has chosen Cork in Ireland for a location of its new EMEA technical support centre which is expected to boost the company’s European growth, it says.