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Thin client vendor Wyse Technology and servers vendor Sun Microsystems, have formed an alliance to deliver end-to-end thin computing solutions.
Tuesday, 08 November 2005 16:57

Qualcomm charges Nokia with GSM patent violation

Qualcomm, and its wholly owned subsidiary SnapTrack, have filed a law suit accusing Nokia of infringing eleven of Qualcomm's patents and one patent owned by…
Monday, 07 November 2005 17:25

Tonga picks Ericsson ethernet DSLAMs

Tonga Communications Corporation (TCC), the principal carrier for the Kingdom of Tonga, has selected Ericsson's Ethernet DSL Access (EDA) product to provide broadband Internet services.
Tuesday, 08 November 2005 11:00

Riverbed opens shop in ANZ

WAN specialist Riverbed Technology has announced the expansion of its subsidiary in Australia, with the establishment of opeartions in Australia and New zealand and the…
Friday, 04 November 2005 11:00

Dell stages computer recycling event

PC maker, Dell, will hold a free computer recycling event at Cromer Public School in Sydney's Northern Beaches on Saturday, 5 November.
Friday, 04 November 2005 11:00

Satyam receives Indo-Australian award

Global outsourcer Satyam Computer Services, has received the Indo-Australian Business Excellency Award from the Australian Government, for supporting industry growth and development, and investing in…
The Australian office of EDS-owned management consulting firm A.T Kearney confirmed that the firm would remain in Australia, after the announcement of an agreement for…
Wednesday, 02 November 2005 15:51

Nortel forks out $US11.5M to keep new CEO

Nortel Networks and its new president CEO, Mike Zafirovski have reached agreement with Zafirovski's former employer, Motorola, which filed a law suit against Zafirovski last…
Monday, 31 October 2005 11:00

Fujitsu to locate new centres in VIC

ICT solutions vendor, Fujitsu Australia, has flagged its intention to establish two new centres of excellence in Melbourne, as a result of discussions with the…
Sunday, 30 October 2005 13:35

BlackBerry gets its emails crossed

A large corporate user of BlackBerry push mobile email service has abandoned the service after users emails wound up on the wrong BlackBerry.



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