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October 26, 1997updated 03 Sep 2016 1:56pm


By CBR Staff Writer

DecisionOne Corp has picked up what remained of the now defunct Canadian networking company Gandalf Technologies Inc. DecisionOne would not say how much it paid for the remaining North American hardware maintenance, technical support and network professional service businesses of the firm. Gansalf filed for bankruptcy protection in July after a long decline (CI No 3,212), giving it four months to wind up its affairs. Frazer, Pennsylvania-based DecisionOne, which provides multivendor computer maintenance and technology support services, has acquired the on-site service, depot repair, and parts support contracts for the full range of Gandalf products, including ISDN and frame relay equipment, routers, bridges, and hubs. Gandalf products are marketed and manufactured by a division of Mitel Corp, which paid $14.9m for the product and technology business, including the Gandalf name, in August this year (CI No 3,222). In addition, DecisionOne will also assume the operation of all telephone technical assistance for Gandalf products taking on the nearly two dozen remaining Gandalf technical support employees.

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