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Huawei urges two-way street for telco gear
Breaking Australia's mindset as merely a buyer.
Apr 23 2013, 2:52PM
NBN Co details network of spares
Repair kits earmarked for POIs and FAN sites.
Feb 8 2011, 9:00AM
QLD IT fund starts refurbishing kit
Needs more gear, skills.
Jan 18 2011, 4:08PM
NSA to probe public firms for security holes
Asks companies to accept “Big Brother” monitoring equipment.
Jul 9 2010, 8:51AM
Semiconductor capital equipment spending to soar
Gartner predicts bonanza as recession fades.
Mar 9 2010, 8:30AM
Global semiconductor sales starting to recover
Overall decline slowed by recent growth, reports Gartner.
Sep 12 2009, 9:16AM
Océ to shed 300 more jobs following €14m Q2 loss
Océ will cut 300 more jobs after posting a €14 million (A$24.6m) loss for the second quarter of 2009.
Jul 6 2009, 12:15PM
AIIA and TEC signs deal on end of life computer equipment
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) and the Total Environment Centre (TEC) have signed a partnership on the end of life computer equipment.
May 8 2009, 1:57PM
Semiconductor industry in trouble as recession worsens
Worldwide sales of manufacturing equipment slumped 31 per cent last year.
Mar 29 2009, 9:17AM
US in huge counterfeit hardware bust
Customs officers nab 420,000 pieces of snide kit.
Nov 22 2008, 8:41AM
IT administrator stole 20,000 pieces of kit
$1.6m worth of computers and peripherals found at house.
Oct 7 2008, 1:29PM
CSIRO chooses DiData for the provision of network equipment
Australian scientific research body, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has signed a three year contract with Dimension Data worth up to $4 million per annum for the provision of ICT network equipment for CSIRO’s national network.
May 1 2008, 2:29PM
ANZ jumps into IT equipment leasing with HP
ANZ has signed an IT equipment leasing alliance with HP Financial Services, to expand IT leasing and financing options for its business customers.
Nov 27 2007, 2:39PM
ADSL equipment could interfere with alarms: ACA
Users are being warned that some alarm systems and ADSL equipment could interfere with each other.
Nov 4 2003, 12:00AM
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