Media Coverage

4 Nov 2014

Telenomics appoints ex-Vodafone MD Curt Hopkins as CEO to grow retail footprint

By |November 4th, 2014|Media Coverage|

LONDON, UK. — November 4th, 2014 — Telenomics, a strategic O2 business partner that offers dedicated telecoms business account management and O2 products to consumers, today announces the appointment of Curt Hopkins as its new CEO. Hopkins joins Telenomics to help with the continued growth of the organisation’s retail footprint and to bring engaging, […]

2 Mar 2012

Turning Unwanted Phones Into Profits

By |March 2nd, 2012|Media Coverage|

Redeem, a pioneer of mobile recycling, is seeing turnover approach £20 million. The company’s new owners, Curt Hopkins and Pete Petrondas, talk to Michael House about its recent fortunes, its projects and their plans for expansion.

Mobile recycling has exploded in recent years. More so than ever before networks, dealers and high street stores and supermarkets not focused on mobile are all […]

27 Jan 2011

Falkirk mobile phone recycling firm Redeem taken over

By |January 27th, 2011|Media Coverage|

Falkirk-based mobile phone recycling firm Redeem has been taken over by an incoming management team.

The buy-in was led by Curt Hopkins and Pete Petrondas, who assume the roles of chief executive and chief operating officer respectively.

The deal, for an undisclosed sum, was backed by private equity investor Trevor Bayley, who is a founding partner […]

18 Feb 2008

Vodafone UK Selects Neverfail to Offer Uninterrupted Availability Service for BlackBerry

By |February 18th, 2008|Media Coverage|

Vodafone UK today announced that it has completed a deal with Neverfail, a leading global software company providing affordable continuous availability and disaster recovery solutions. Vodafone will now offer business customers a high availability and disaster recovery service for mobile email using the Neverfail software.

In today’s business environment access to email whilst on the move is a key requirement […]

13 Jul 2006

Nortel wins $US20M managed services contract

By |July 13th, 2006|Media Coverage|

Nortel Networks announced Tuesday that it has won a seven-year, $US20 million managed services agreement with Rolls-Royce in London to provide voice-over-IP services for more than 26,000 users. Rolls-Royce, a provider of power systems and services, employs about 36,000 people worldwide.

“We selected Nortel for this important network and telephony infrastructure transformation because they truly […]

29 Jun 2006

Nortel revamps services business to drive growth

By |June 29th, 2006|Media Coverage|

Nortel Networks Corp. said it had revamped its services business to propel growth as it unveiled a big services contract with Bharti Airtel, formerly known as Bharti Tele-Ventures, India’s largest mobile phone operator.

Nortel, North America’s biggest telecommunications equipment provider, said it had signed a five-year deal to provide call center services for Bharti, which […]

3 Apr 2006

Nortel Overhauls Services, Offers Multivendor Repairs

By |April 3rd, 2006|Media Coverage|

Nortel Networks Corp. last week said it is reorganizing its services offerings and adding several new ones, including a service that makes Nortel a single point of contact for maintenance of its telecommunications equipment and products from rival vendors.

As part of the changes, Nortel is creating a single business unit that will focus on […]

29 Mar 2006

Nortel bags Bharti BPO deal

By |March 29th, 2006|Media Coverage|

Nortel Networks has won a five-year deal from Bharti Airtel to provide call centre services for its mobile phone operations.

The deal, whose size has not been disclosed, allows Nortel to create a network operation centre and supply network design, integration, support and maintenance services for Bharti’s contact centre.

Curt Hopkins, vice-president – global services, Nortel, […]

29 Mar 2006

Nortel to simplify, expand services offerings

By |March 29th, 2006|Media Coverage|

Nortel Networks has announced it will simplify its services offerings as well as provide integration of equipment from other vendors, in an effort to spur new revenue from the services it offers to large businesses and service providers.

Even as it streamlines its services, Nortel is also adding new ones, including integration services for IPTV […]

16 Jun 2001

Marconi adds high-capacity brawn to OGS

By |June 16th, 2001|Media Coverage|

Electronics manufacturer Marconi is to provide the muscle for a £30m joint venture to exploit the results of genetic research, the company announced yesterday.

Marconi will add brawn in the form of massive computing power to the brains of biotech company Oxford GlycoSciences, forming a new company named Confirmant that will market and sell access […]