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Asia Pacific's submarine cable boom could burst

Asia Pacific's submarine cable boom could burst

The last two years have seen a burst of new submarine cable investment in the Asian-Pacific region - the only region seeing new inter-continental cables being laid. However there is a potential for the bubble to burst if the wrong decisions are taken over the next two years.
Lilia Guan Jun 26 2008, 3:17PM Collaboration
Austrade urges Aussie ICT companies to explore Asia

Austrade urges Aussie ICT companies to explore Asia

The Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) is urging Australian ICT companies to look beyond the UK and US when forging new overseas business strategies.
Staff Writers Jun 19 2008, 2:37PM Collaboration
 Printfleet targets the Asia Pacific printer market

Printfleet targets the Asia Pacific printer market

Kate Castellari talks to printer industry stalwart, Graham Harman about wearing two hats these days.
Staff Writers Jun 14 2008, 8:40AM Hardware
China key to US$11bn Asia WiMax bonanza

China key to US$11bn Asia WiMax bonanza

The Asia-Pacific region could have as many as 43 million WiMax subscribers by the end of 2013, according to new forecasts.

Simon Burns Jun 7 2008, 3:33PM Mobility
Samsung Inspires Asia

Samsung Inspires Asia

26 new printing devices and the hint of a new channel program
Temp User May 28 2008, 11:02AM Collaboration
Asia wakes up to Bluetooth

Asia wakes up to Bluetooth

After a slow start, almost a billion Bluetooth devices will be sold annually in Asia by 2013, new forecasts predict.

Simon Burns Apr 16 2008, 2:12PM Mobility
Asia Pacific expecting IT services bonanza

Asia Pacific expecting IT services bonanza

Businesses in Asia will spend almost US$56bn annually on IT services within three years, new research predicts.
Simon Burns Apr 5 2008, 7:15AM Collaboration
Asia turns up LCD and plasma TV sales

Asia turns up LCD and plasma TV sales

Sales of flat-panel TVs in Asia increased 62 per cent in the last half of 2007, but traditional CRT televisions are still outselling the new technology, according to new market data.

Simon Burns Mar 21 2008, 7:57AM Hardware
Asia PC sales up, but prices down

Asia PC sales up, but prices down

Retail sales of PCs in Asia surged 21 per cent last year, according to new research, but prices paid by region's consumers fell dramatically.
Simon Burns Mar 15 2008, 10:01AM Hardware
Land rush begins on .asia domains

Land rush begins on .asia domains

The DotAsia Organisation has announced that .asia domain names are now open to all-comers having been restricted to applications from governments and organisations for several months.

a Staff Writer Feb 21 2008, 7:16AM Collaboration
Zlyotech scores $11M distribution deal, heads to US, Europe and Asia

Zlyotech scores $11M distribution deal, heads to US, Europe and Asia

Local enterprise surveillance vendor, Zylotech has entered into an $11M distribution agreement with VIVOtech, an Asian hardware manufacturer of IP surveillance products.
Lilia Guan Jan 31 2008, 10:56AM Finance
Spam levels soar in Asia

Spam levels soar in Asia

Almost 90 percent of all email sent from some Asian nations is spam, according to recent research.
Simon Burns Oct 12 2007, 2:45PM Security
Home automation boom coming to Asia

Home automation boom coming to Asia

The market for home automation systems in Asia-Pacific will be worth more than US$500m by 2011, according to the latest forecasts.
Simon Burns Oct 4 2007, 6:45AM Finance
Open source winning Asia security battle

Open source winning Asia security battle

Improving security is the number one reason for companies to switch to open source software in several major IT markets in the Asia-Pacific region, according to a new survey.
Simon Burns Oct 3 2007, 2:52PM Security
Asia leading world in research growth

Asia leading world in research growth

But quality of US research considered higher.
Simon Burns Aug 6 2007, 7:50AM Collaboration
Asia storms ahead in fibre-to-the-home

Asia storms ahead in fibre-to-the-home

New global ranking reveals FTTH leaders and laggards.
Staff Writers Jul 23 2007, 3:51PM Mobility
Local HDTV content contribute to soaring revenues  in Asia

Local HDTV content contribute to soaring revenues in Asia

International video content to drive sales of US$8bn by 2011, with Australia mainly boradcasting home mande HD programmes.
Simon Burns Jul 4 2007, 3:00PM Finance
iPhone to drive smartphone sales in Asia

iPhone to drive smartphone sales in Asia

Media hype raising awareness of more capable phones.
Simon Burns Jun 27 2007, 7:00AM Mobility
HP holds strong in Asia Pacific

HP holds strong in Asia Pacific

IDC says HP has leaped to the top position in Asia Pacific, with its blade server revenues.
Staff Writers Jun 15 2007, 12:40PM Hardware
SurfControl appoints Datacom to SE Asia

SurfControl appoints Datacom to SE Asia

Australian-owned professional services company, Datacom will head SurfControl's service operations in South East Asia.
Lilia Guan May 29 2007, 2:11PM Security

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