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Westcon, the distribution arm of JSE-listed IT group Datatec, will acquire Iberian and Latin American multinational security, virtualisation and data centre distributor Afina Group in a deal worth as much as €50m (R516m). The deal is being done by way of Westcon’s acquisition

Johannesburg- and London-listed technology distribution and services group Datatec has topped US$5bn in annual sales for the first time. In the financial year ended 29 February 2012, the group reported sales of $5,03bn, up 17% from $4,3bn a year earlier

JSE-listed information and communications technology group Datatec said on Thursday its subsidiary Westcon has agreed to acquire Netpoleon, an Indonesian distributor of IT security, networking and convergence solutions. The value of the deal has not been disclosed. Netpolean also provides managed and training services

Datatec, SA’s biggest listed technology group, said on Tuesday that its subsidiary, Westcon, had acquired Sentronics, a local value-added distributor of security systems. Datatec did not disclose the value of the deal. Westcon is Datatec’s biggest subsidiary

SA’s largest listed technology group, Datatec, has turned in a strong performance in its 2011 financial year, growing revenue by 15% to US$4,3bn and headline earnings by 46% to $44m. It has

In the run up to its full-year results presentation next month, JSE-listed multinational IT group Datatec says it has continued to improve its performance with economic conditions improving

JSE-listed IT multinational Datatec is keeping the corporate action simmering. Just a day after saying it would conclude a new empowerment deal at its local distribution business

JSE-listed multinational IT group Datatec has sold 26% of its SA distribution business, Westcon SA, to the Mineworkers Investment Company for R28m.

Multinational IT group Datatec has continued to improve its performance in line with a recovery in the global economy, boosting revenue in the first half of its financial year by 19%, to US$2,13bn. However, CEO Jens Montanana says the group is looking

Datatec subsidiary Logicalis has acquired Singapore-based unified communications business Touchbase for an undisclosed amount. JSE- and London-listed Datatec says Touchbase has annual revenues of around US$8m. Touchbase will be integrated into Logicalis’s Singapore operation.