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Opinion: Is Brisbane's fibre project really a win for Conroy?
Cherry-picking the positives.
Oct 18 2010 7:35AM
Conroy readies new laws to curb NBN competitors
Brings potential "cherry-pickers" into line.
Oct 18 2010 6:00AM
More job cuts on the way at Oracle
Unspecified number of employees to go in Europe and Asia.
Jun 7 2010 7:14AM
Internode upgrades capital city bandwidth links
Internode is quadrupling the capacity of its bandwidth linking Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne and Adelaide up to multiple 10Gb/s links.
Jan 14 2009 10:25AM
APAC defies spending downturn increases security spending
Security spending remains steady in Asia-Pacific despite the global economic downturn, according to a new Gartner survey.
Sep 4 2008 4:31PM
Ovum says voice market booms in Asia Pacific
Telecommunication analyst group Ovum predicts that the voice market will grow from 2.2 billion connections at the end of 2008 to 3.8 billion by 2017 in the Asian region, including Australia and New Zealand.
Jul 17 2008 2:04PM
World of Warcraft Trojan spreads from Asia
Password stealing malware hits US and Turkey and accounts for almost 13 per cent of malware activity detected in a recent survey.
Jul 3 2008 9:55AM
Asia Pacific internet audience soars
Some 318 million people in Asia Pacific visited internet sites in April 2008, an increase of 14 per cent from 280 million in the same month one year earlier, according to a new survey.
Jul 2 2008 6:46AM
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.
Jun 26 2008 3:25PM
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.
Jun 19 2008 2:30PM
Asia hooks up with unified communications
Enterprises in Asia-Pacific will spend US$4.5 billion this year on unified communications services and equipment, new research predicts..
Jun 12 2008 7:37AM
China key to $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..
Jun 7 2008 11:42AM
Asia sees strong demand for application integration
The market for enterprise application integration (EAI) services will expand to US$7.8 billion by 2011, analysts predict, as more companies seek ways to share data between existing software applications..
May 28 2008 12:00PM
Local vendors win in Asia SaaS market
Local companies and smaller vendors are holding their own against giant international corporations in Asia's market for software-as-a-service (SaaS), according to new research..
Apr 23 2008 7:29AM
Asia leads chip making growth
Spending on chip making equipment increased worldwide last year, with growth in Asia far outpacing other regions, according to newly published research data..
Apr 18 2008 1:19PM
Asia Pacific expecting IT services bonanza
Businesses in Asia will spend almost $56bn annually on IT services within three years, new research predicts..
Apr 5 2008 11:12AM
Millions register .asia domains
The latest internet domain, the .asia registry, has been switched on and new domain names are now available on a first-come first-served basis. Over 150 million names have already been registered..
Mar 28 2008 3:20PM
Asia PC sales up, but prices down
Retail sales of PCs in Asia surged 21 percent last year, according to new research, but prices paid by region's consumers fell dramatically..
Mar 17 2008 2:05PM
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..
Feb 21 2008 7:21AM
Asia to dominate WiMax market by 2013
Asia, including Australia, will account for over half of all mobile WiMax subscribers by 2013, equating to over 40 million subscribers, according to Juniper Research.
Jan 21 2008 2:51PM
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