AIM-listed Nasstar, the hosted desktop cloud computing provider, has reported that one of its distributors has won contracts with three new customers for 100 new hosted desktop subscribers in the past two weeks.
The company said that the distributor was one of the largest providers in Europe of hosted email and other cloud solutions.
Nasstar's share price was up 1.12% to 11.25p at 11:21 on Wednesday.
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