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  • Dunes unveils SMB-ready virtual appliances

    Automation software maker Dunes Technologies this week announced it would release two virtual appliances designed to help small-to-midsize business manage virtualization in their environments.

  • InovaWave launches VMware-optimization software

    InovaWave this week introduced software the startup says will give any VMware ESX server environment a performance boost by optimizing resource use and arranging virtual transactions based on preset goals.

  • Intel releases quad-core Tigerton processor

    Intel plans to unveil a version of its Xeon processor that's designed for high-end servers with multiple processors -- setting the stage for a showdown with rival Advanced Micro Devices' upcoming quad-core Barcelona chip.

  • gotalk offers free VoIP-to-mobile calls

    Gold Coast telco gotalk has launched it's offensive in the growing Australian VoIP market with the introduction of the $14.95 Aussie Pack, which according to the company is the only VoIP provider in Australia to offer free mobile calls as part of a VoIP plan.

  • Storage management tools let insurer cut IT head count

    The storage environment of the Health Alliance Plan of Michigan once typified the old adage of "too many cooks in the kitchen," said Daniel Trim, operations director for Unix systems and database management at Detroit-based health care company. Several years back, he said, the company needed several administrators to manage corporate and departmental storage needs and requests.

  • IT job ads trail national average, report finds

    Australia's online employment sites are booming, boasting just shy of 360,000 employment opportunities across the nation's top three job search sites, but IT is lagging slightly behind, according to The Olivier Internet Job Index (IJI).

  • Cisco introduces new 802.11n wireless access point

    Cisco Systems is diving into the emerging 802.11n wireless market with its first 802.11n-based Ethernet access point (AP), the Aironet 1250, which will offer higher speeds and greater reliability for a wide range of enterprise-ready wireless devices.

  • Report: No iPhone unlock for you

    One of the groups that claims it has developed an unlock hack for Apple's iPhone is now saying it will only offer the software to resellers, not to individuals, a popular technology blog reported Monday.

  • Dicker hit by burglars

    Dicker Data had a lucky escape over the weekend when burglars were disturbed after breaking into its new warehouse.

  • Kordia rolls out first phase of airport wireless network

    Kordia, an Australasian provider of customised broadcast and telecommunications networks, has completed the primary phase of an in-building coverage (IBC) network at Sydney Airport designed to allow travelers to use their wireless mobile connection regardless of their individual carrier.