Irish firm buys Information Techniques for €100k

Irish-owned IT company Hibernia Computer Services has bought Information Techniques, a Dublin-based supplier of Avocent's range of keyboard, video and mouse (KVM) switching, remote access, network connectivity and serial connectivity solutions.

29th October, 2005

Irish-owned IT company Hibernia Computer Services has bought Information Techniques, a Dublin-based supplier of Avocent's range of keyboard, video and mouse (KVM) switching, remote access, network connectivity and serial connectivity solutions.

The deal, believed to be worth under €100,000, could generate sales of up to €3 million for Hibernia over the next three years.

A spokesman for the company said it would enable Hibernia to “reach deeper into the enterprise market'‘.

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