Dimension Data Advanced Infrastructure (DDAI) will not be providing network plumbing to the construction industry again – at least in its current guise – because the business is in administration.
The loss-making organisation helped large enterprises and contractors design, plan, build and support intelligent building infrastructure, including cabling and other similar technologies.
PwC told us it was now handling the business's affairs: "We can confirm that Peter Dickens and Lynn Vardy of PwC were appointed joint administrator of DDAI on 12 July."
El Reg asked what caused the business to suddenly go into receivership, but were informed: "There's no further statement or comment at this stage."
A look at the company's latest accounts at Companies House could provide some hint as to why management pulled the plug.
In the year ended 30 September, the company swung to a loss after tax of £5.21m versus a profit of £338,479 in the prior year.