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By | Christopher Williams 10th October 2006 16:11

Alcatel fingers Eye-box

Eye-eye for SMB servers

Alcatel has fingered specialist distributor Eye-box Centre to flog its small and medium-sized business servers.

The various bits of kit cater for firms with 25 to 300 employees. Eye-box will hawk the boxes direct, as well as farming the task out to resellers, which Alcatel says will benefit from reduced lead times under the new arrangement.

UK and Ireland director Graeme Allan said: "There's a clear market need for SMB dedicated IT servers and the convergence expertise of Eye-box Centre means it's ideally placed to supply our solution."

Eye-box Centre MD Jerry Ryan warbled: "The product's ease of management makes it ideal for smaller companies that will also be impressed by its competitive cost and quick return on investment." ®

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