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By | Team Register 13th April 2007 21:14

DiData sells sub-scale Swedish sub

Home is where the money is, which is not Sweden

Dimension Data has sold its Swedish operations to Cygate, a subsidiary of TeliaSonera. Terms were undisclosed, which means that the sale price was nothing to write home about.

According to DiData, its Swedish business was sub-scale and it has prioritised its investments in other market. The South-African owned reseller says it will use Cygate to service clients with outlets in Sweden.

Cygate has 250 employees in Sweden and Finland and has bought two other resellers recently. ®

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