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  • IDC: China, Taiwan to be Asia's next broadband stars

    By David Legard | 11 April, 2003 11:14

    China and Taiwan will see a rapid growth in the number of broadband Internet access subscribers and will begin to challenge South Korea, currently the largest broadband market in the Asia-Pacific region (excluding Japan), according to research released by IDC.

  • Nokia to slash 1,800 jobs in networking division

    By John Blau | 11 April, 2003 11:13

    Pressure to reduce costs and return to profitability during the current economic downturn has forced Nokia to slash 1800 jobs in its network infrastructure division.

  • AT&T turns to the channel

    By Brian Corrigan | 11 April, 2003 07:07

    AT&T is launching a multi-channel strategy in the Australian market in an attempt to expand its sales reach in the Australian market.

  • Intel redefines desktop and mobile computing

    There's never been a better time for a business to refresh its devices. Intel offers a range of business solutions, from Servers to SSD, but also 2 in 1 products and also the NUC unit which is set to revolutionise your desktop. Click here to read more information on these products.. Read more

  • Microsoft expands Windows CE shared source program

    By James Niccolai | 11 April, 2003 07:05

    Microsoft is expanding a program that provides access to the source code for its Windows CE .Net operating system, allowing device manufacturers, chip makers and systems integrators to make modifications to the code that can be used in commercial products.

  • Government opens CeNTIE research centre

    By ARN Staff | 11 April, 2003 07:04

    A $14 million Commonwealth Government funded research centre that will focus on technologies, applications and services has opened in Sydney.

  • Microsoft reveals new 'Greenwich' name, details

    By Scarlet Pruitt | 11 April, 2003 07:03

    Microsoft has further hoisted the curtain surrounding its real time collaboration and enterprise instant messaging (IM) platform, revealing the product's official name and saying that it would deliver developer tools in conjunction with the server software.

  • Palm's Tungsten C to be first Palm with XScale

    By Tom Krazit | 11 April, 2003 07:02

    Palm's new Tungsten C handheld will be released around the end of April as the first Palm-branded handheld to use one of Intel's XScale processors, a source said.

  • Oz researchers win global IBM grants

    By Brian Corrigan | 10 April, 2003 12:38

    Two Australian researchers are among 49 worldwide recipients sharing a $US1.2 million pot available through the IBM Eclipse Innovation Awards for 2003.

  • Microsoft extends uni Masters program

    By Nadia Cameron | 10 April, 2003 12:37

    Looking to expand its academic support for software developers, Microsoft has introduced a new .NET-based postgraduate course within its IT Masters education program.

  • Intel to ship Canterwood, new 3GHz P4 next week

    By Sumner Lemon and Martyn Williams | 10 April, 2003 12:35

    Pentium 4-based PCs will get a performance boost next week when Intel begins shipping its 875 chipset, formerly known by the code name Canterwood. The new chipset revs up the highest speed of the front-side bus used with Pentium 4 chips from 533MHz to 800MHz.

  • SonicWall tackles wireless LAN protection

    By Tim Greene | 10 April, 2003 12:34

    SonicWall is marrying a VPN appliance to a wireless access point in an attempt to make it easier to set up and secure wireless LANs at small corporate offices.

  • Microsoft to ship Windows Server 2003 for Opteron

    By Tom Krazit | 10 April, 2003 12:34

    Microsoft will release a 64-bit version of Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP for Advanced Micro Devices' (AMD's) forthcoming Opteron and Athlon64 processors.

  • Attache debuts software as a service

    By Sarah Stokely | 10 April, 2003 07:46

    Accounting software vendor, Attache, has dumped outright sales in favour of the recurring services revenue model, which will see the company offer its software on a 'pay per use' basis.

  • IBM to roll out SMB initiative

    By Ed Scannell | 10 April, 2003 07:45

    Trying to dig its foothold in the growing SMB (small and midsize business) market a little deeper, IBM is expected to roll out a new program to aggressively recruit developers that can deliver applications to that market more quickly.

  • Sun touts new security software package

    By Patrick Thibodeau | 10 April, 2003 07:43

    Sun Microsystems has announced it will begin offering a security software package to commercial customers that was originally developed for military and government intelligence use. It has also announced plans to improve security features in a yet-to-be-released next version of Solaris.

  • New Intel tool to help debug apps for hyperthreading

    By Tom Krazit | 10 April, 2003 07:41

    Intel has released a new software tool aimed at helping developers check for bugs in multi-threaded software applications for use on processors with Intel's hyperthreading technology.

  • US Court refuses to rehear Infineon claim in Rambus case

    By Tom Krazit | 10 April, 2003 07:40

    A US federal appeals court last week denied a request from Infineon Technologies to revisit the court's split decision to vacate a fraud judgement against memory vendor Rambus, freeing Rambus from allegations that it improperly influenced a standards-setting organisation to adopt its patented memory technology as part of an industry standard.

  • Power breakfasts with APC

    By Brian Corrigan | 09 April, 2003 16:19

    American Power Conversion (APC) has sent 3500 business partners an invitation to its free Channel Training Breakfast Seminar.

  • Helping to rebuild lives

    By Brian Corrigan | 09 April, 2003 16:17

    Software specialist Sybase is spending $100,000 to help children born with skull deformities and the victims of burns, assaults, road accidents or sporting injuries.

  • NetZero joins high-speed push

    By Scarlet Pruitt | 09 April, 2003 15:25

    United Online has rolled out a high-speed version of its NetZero dial-up service, that uses compression and caching technologies to allow for speedier surfing.


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