The list of real ISPs that can truly lay claim to the Internet service provision market is now a player short following OzEmail's decision to buy out Access One - "the Net isn't big enough for both of us", according to the com-pany. The deal, which saw Australia's leading ISP (OzEmail) take out the number three player (Access One) went down for about $5 million.
How about "market rationalisation" for buzzword of the year?
SCSI Corporation has been appointed exclusive national distributor of Pioneer CD jukeboxes and 24-slot disk drives. SCSI is obviously chuffed at the deal which is report- edly worth about $3 million in revenue for the disk maker.
Fuji Xerox has teamed up with Professional Prepress Services, the local distributor of Cyclone servers from US vendor Colorbus. The new copiers feature an advanced imaging system which adds network colour printing capabilities to Fuji's digital colour copiers.
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Java and Internet tools developer Sausage Software has teamed with CD-ROM publisher and distributor Sprint to distribute Sausage's Web authoring tool HotDog.
The decision to link with Sprint will go towards balancing the sales of Sausage's software which is currently split 75 per cent to the US and just 3 per cent in Australia.
Tel (03) 9427 9996
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Motorola's Emtek Healthcare Division, the maker of care clinical information systems, has set up a sales and support centre in Melbourne to service Australian and New Zealand customers. Melbourne-based Emtek will work with IBM as an IBM Business Partner.
Motorola Emtek Healthcare Division
Tel (03) 9213 7777
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