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  • IN PICTURES: Huawei Network Congress 2015 innovation showcase (+24 photos)

    IN PICTURES: Huawei Network Congress 2015 innovation showcase (+24 photos)

    Huawei and its partners took the opportunity to show off their latest technologies at Huawei's recent Network Congress 2015. The companies displayed their solutions at an innovation showcase during the summit, which gave other international partners a glimpse into solutions Huawei has been working on in some specific verticals. Some of the partner exhibitions included f5, Intel, Puppet Labs, as well as Infosys.

    IN PICTURES: Huawei Network Congress 2015 innovation showcase (+24 photos)
  • Mobile World Congress in 50 photos: Samsung, Sony, HTC, Microsoft, LG and many more

    Mobile World Congress in 50 photos: Samsung, Sony, HTC, Microsoft, LG and many more

    The biggest smartphone companies in the world flocked to Barcelona for the 2015 Mobile World Congress. More than 90,000 people walked through MWC's many halls to experience the next-generation of technology products, ranging from Samsung's Galaxy S6 Edge to cars controlled from smartphones.

    Mobile World Congress in 50 photos: Samsung, Sony, HTC, Microsoft, LG and many more
  • IN PICTURES: Ingram Micro celebrates successful partnership with Intel Security (+14 photos)

    IN PICTURES: Ingram Micro celebrates successful partnership with Intel Security (+14 photos)

    To celebrate a great 2014 partnership and kick off 2015, Ingram Micro invited Intel Security staff to come along to its office, network and indulge in some delicious lunch through ‘The NightHawk Diner’ food truck experience. Attendees also tried their hand at a Spin and Win competition with the lucky winner, Manish Thakur, taking home a new Apple iPad.

    IN PICTURES: Ingram Micro celebrates successful partnership with Intel Security (+14 photos)
  • IN PICTURES: Synnex's $45m automated logistics centre launched by Turnbull and Dr Miau

    IN PICTURES: Synnex's $45m automated logistics centre launched by Turnbull and Dr Miau

    Synnex has opened the doors to its $45 million monster logistics centre with the help of visiting company chairman and director, Dr Matthew Miau, and Minister for Communications, Malcolm Turnbull. The fully-automated facility is located in Lidcombe, a Western Sydney suburb which has grown to become a commercial and industrial hub for major IT players. The centre will operate with Synnex three V philosophy - visibility, velocity, value - to bring vendor and reseller partners predictability. Photos inside the facility were not permitted.

    IN PICTURES: Synnex's $45m automated logistics centre launched by Turnbull and Dr Miau

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