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rhipe to be big in Japan

rhipe to be big in Japan

Signed as Indirect CSP by Microsoft.
Simon Sharwood Oct 31 2019, 9:27AM Cloud
Sharp to axe 3,000 jobs

Sharp to axe 3,000 jobs

Japan hammered, but 2,000 more could be cut in international ops.
Reuters Staff Mar 19 2015, 10:45AM Hardware
Australian company lands Japanese distie

Australian company lands Japanese distie

NetComm Wireless devices to control vending machines.
William Maher May 20 2014, 6:48PM Hardware
Ghosts of laptops past: This cost $3,000?

Ghosts of laptops past: This cost $3,000?

Costing several thousand dollars, with insanely tiny keys - meet the poster child of tiny laptops in the 1990s.
David Binning Jul 31 2013, 12:07PM Photos
Japan and Europe co-fund 100Gpbs network research

Japan and Europe co-fund 100Gpbs network research

Seeking ways to meet future demand.
Juha Saarinen Jul 8 2013, 10:52AM Collaboration
Apple applies to register 'iWatch' trademark in Japan

Apple applies to register 'iWatch' trademark in Japan

Attention turns to wearables.
Staff Writers Jul 2 2013, 8:37AM Mobility
Fujitsu Australia turns 40

Fujitsu Australia turns 40

Cloud pioneer has grown from 100 to 5,000 staff.
David Binning Jun 29 2013, 1:27PM Services
NZ's SMX to become big(..ger) in Japan

NZ's SMX to become big(..ger) in Japan

Adds to existing customer base.
Joshua Gliddon Apr 8 2013, 11:16AM Cloud
In pictures: Inside a Japanese PC shop

In pictures: Inside a Japanese PC shop

80 PC shops within only a couple of square kilometres.
Chris Nicholls Nov 2 2012, 8:04AM Photos
Sony to sack staff, shutter Japan plant

Sony to sack staff, shutter Japan plant

10,000 to go.
a Staff Writer Oct 22 2012, 8:02AM Mobility
In pictures: Inside Lenovo's Yamato lab

In pictures: Inside Lenovo's Yamato lab

CRN was allowed in for a behind the scenes tour of the myriad endurance tests Lenovo’s products undergo before they see the light of day.
David Binning Sep 6 2012, 5:16PM Photos
In pictures: 20 years of the ThinkPad

In pictures: 20 years of the ThinkPad

It’s been 7 years since Lenovo bought IBM’s PC division and there’s no doubt that the legacy of the iconic ThinkPad, developed by Big Blue 20 years ago, is alive and well.
David Binning Sep 6 2012, 12:28PM Photos
Future tech - moving touchscreens

Future tech - moving touchscreens

Japan debuts moveable screen tech.
Esat Dedezade Mar 27 2012, 8:28AM Mobility
New rare earth mine in WA tilts playing field against China

New rare earth mine in WA tilts playing field against China

Could supply 14 percent of world's rare earth needs for computers, mobiles and high-def' TVs.
Ry Crozier Aug 8 2011, 9:54AM Hardware
Pacific may hold key to 'rare earth' quandary

Pacific may hold key to 'rare earth' quandary

But is it worth it?
Liam Tung Jul 5 2011, 7:59AM Hardware
Fujitsu, Microsoft to launch Azure cloud

Fujitsu, Microsoft to launch Azure cloud

First data centre to be hosted in Japan with charges starting from 6 cents an hour.
Liam Tung Jun 8 2011, 2:51PM Software
Panasonic to sack 17,000 worldwide

Panasonic to sack 17,000 worldwide

Effects of global restructure on Australia unknown at this stage.
David Binning May 2 2011, 4:28PM Finance
Aftershock: High-tech production slows in Japan

Aftershock: High-tech production slows in Japan

Analysts measure IT impact of Tohoku disaster.
Brett Winterford Mar 30 2011, 1:13PM Hardware
Symantec launches marketing call centre

Symantec launches marketing call centre

Creates renewals portal.
Staff Writers Mar 28 2011, 1:44PM Security
Synnex: Japan disaster could impact finished goods availability

Synnex: Japan disaster could impact finished goods availability

Synnex expects at least a mild impact on some component availability.
Scott Campbell Mar 25 2011, 12:01PM Finance

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