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RIM beefs up BlackBerry 8110 smartphone
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) has unveiled a new version of its 8110 smartphone, offering new features aimed at making it a truly all-in-one device.
HP beefs up mid-market servers
New hardware and remote management tools target mid-sized firms.
Nvidia beefs up laptop graphics
GeForce 8700M GT aimed at high-performance notebooks.
StorageTek beefs up channel with new program
Storage vendor StorageTek has outlined plans to ramp up channel sales to 60 percent of its turnover in two years, flagging a possible raft of new local signings from early 2005.
Max-SI beefs up Linux practice with Red Hat [updated]
Brisbane system integrator MAX-SI has stepped up its Linux software practice, signing on as a Red Hat business partner.
Allot beefs up channel
Global network traffic management outfit Allot Communications has stepped up its presence in Australia, with a new Melbourne-based regional office and second distributor, ...
Tech Pac beefs up home strategy
Tech Pacific has signed an exclusive distribution agreement to push the Home Media Centre (HMC), an all-in-one set-top box, DVD and music player designed and assembled by ...
Acer beefs up retail with Retravision
Acer Computer Australia has signed a deal with giant electronics retailer Retravision.
BEA beefs up developer, SOE initiatives
BEA Systems aims to add muscle to its developer initiatives, said Cornelius Willis, the company's new vice president of developer marketing.
AT&T beefs up managed services
Global telco AT&T is ramping up its managed security services portfolio in the Asia Pacific, adding a premises-based managed firewall service for IP networks to its offering ...
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