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Fuelled by regional government broadband initiatives, including Australia's NBN, Asia-Pacific fixed broadband subscribers are expected to grow 17.3 percent to reach 182 million users by the end of this year, with total industry billings for the region estimated to top US$44.9 billion which will be 13.3 percent more than billings in 2008.

Published in Market
Thursday, 13 August 2009 08:32

NetSuite into fast foods with SaaS rollout

Cloud computing vendor, NetSuite, is rolling out its SaaS ERP software solution to hundreds of fast food outlets across the United States and Asia in a contract with Filipino company, Jollibee, as it undergoes rapid worldwide expansion of its chain of fast-food stores.

Published in Deals
PC microprocessor shipments are up around the world, with the increase driven more by Intel and OEM inventory refreshes, rather than the return of significant end-demand for PCs.

A new report puts Australia well ahead of the US and several European nations in terms of broadband access. Far from painting a picture of Australia being a broadband challenged nation, the report puts Australia's broadband penetration ahead of the UK, Sweden, Germany and France, among other affluent nations.

The global recession has brought a slump in PC sales throughout the Asia Pacific market, with the exception of portable PCs.
Public sector spending on enterprise networking equipment throughout the Asia Pacific market is holding up well despite the ravages of the economic downturn.
Published in Deals
After twenty-seven quarters of steady growth there’s now been a damaging decline in server shipments in the Asia Pacific region, down 5.8 percent year-on-year, and with a major impact on revenues across the main five APAC sub regions.
Published in Deals
Wednesday, 28 January 2009 20:10

ASUS fighting at the top may spawn new brand

The Pegatron Eee anyone? This week Taiwan "Business Today" magazine broke the news of titanic power struggles between Asustek chairman Johnny Shih and OEM breakaway boss Tung Tsu Hsien, strongly suggesting Hsien will establish his own brand.

Published in Market
Monday, 19 January 2009 08:48

Oh crap - I just dropped my phone down the loo!

Although Microsoft’s new survey on mobile phone usage in the bathroom/toilet/lavatory makes no mention of bathroom based mobile mishaps, with nearly 50% of Aussies using their phones in the so-called “rest room”, why didn’t they ask this question?

Published in Strategy
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