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GUEST OPINION by Ravi Rajendran, Vice President Asia Pacific, Cohesity: Corporate IT teams should make the most of Australia’s traditional January slowdown because they’ll need all their energy to deal with the challenges that lie ahead in 2021.

Published in Guest Opinion

The global PC market is expected to fall by 3.4% in 2020, with PC shipments in the first quarter of 2020 falling by more than 25% sequentially and 10% annually due to the coronavirus outbreak affecting both the channel and supply chains in China.

Published in Market

The coronavirus outbreak will severely affect China’s smart devices market including smartphone and PC shipments, according to analyst firm Canalys which says it has dramatically revised previous forecasts of a 7% decline in smartphone shipments to a 40% to-50% drop for smartphones and 20% for PCs - with the proviso that the situation recovers to pre-outbreak levels by the end of February.

Published in Health
Wednesday, 11 September 2019 00:08

Nokia, NTT DOCOMO, OMRON collaborate on 5G field trials

Nokia, NTT DOCOMO, and OMRON Corporation are to conduct joint field trials using 5G at their plants and other production sites.

Australian semiconductor IoT start-up Morse Micro has secured $23.8 million in Series A funding to take its ultra low power Wi-Fi HaLow chip to mass production.

Published in Strategy

Australian battery manufacturer Redflow has decided to move the manufacturing headquarters for its zinc-bromine flow batteries from North America to Thailand.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

After 1 year of solid development, the Sydney based start-up OrionVM has launched its Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) platform into live production today (1st April 2011). Founded in early 2010 by three young like minded individuals, they had a dream of being the fastest Cloud Computing platform in Australia. One year and many sleepless nights later, they have done just that.

Australian pharmaceutical group, API Consumer Brands, is to implement business software vendor, Infor’s, automated scheduling and planning system in its New Zealand manufacturing plant to replace what it says is a “failing spreadsheet-based process” that could not handle production demands.

Published in Deals

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