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  • CHANNEL

    Wireless wonders

    May 23, 2011 Home and small office demand for wireless networking and storage is creating new opportunities for the channel

  • IT BUSINESS

    Buffalo closes memory division in EMEA region

    Feb 10, 2011 Divisions in Asia Pacific and Japan will remain unchanged

  • CHANNEL

    Portable profits

    Sep 14, 2010 The growth of the portable hard drive sector has made it an extremely competitive market, with resellers and retailers having to think carefully about which brands they back. Given the choice on offer, we invited leading manufacturers from this segment to single out an external device from their current line-up and tell the channel how and why they can benefit from selling it.

  • SECURITY

    Buffalo sweetens bundle for NAS buyers

    Jun 22, 2010 Buffalo adds data protection to popular Linkstation and TeraStation product lines, provides free upgrades for devices purchased after June 21 2010.

  • NETWORK HARDWARE

    Inspecting gadgets

    Jan 17, 2010 ACN rounds up the latest and greatest in network storage, from Buffalo’s dual-drive LinkStation to HP’s media monster which comes complete with its own operating system

  • CHANNEL

    Buffalo creates online hub for partner resources

    Jan 10, 2010 Storage products vendor claims move makes it easier for resellers to access sales tools

  • CHANNEL

    In-store politics

    Jul 22, 2009 What is it exactly that makes one retail product a stronger prospect than another right now? We listen to pitches from six leading vendors on the devices they claim will offer the retail channel guaranteed sales during the downturn

  • NETWORKS

    Buffalo aims at SMB sector with storage device

    Jun 30, 2009 Buffalo's TeraStation Duo dual drive NAS device targeting SMB segment