Author: Digital News Asia
CA Technologies has signed an agreement with NTT Com Security (formerly known as Integralis) to host CA CloudMinder Identity and Access Management (IAM) software-as-a-service solution in the Asia Pacific region.
Multinational talent management solutions provider PageUp People has announced the upcoming addition of Candidate Relationship Management to its unified talent management suite.
Oracle Corporation has launched Oracle Retail Allocation, which it said would help retailers improve customer experience and increase inventory sell-through.
Lazada has officially launched its ‘Marketplace’ platform that it had announced at last month’s DNA-TeAM Disrupt panel discussion, taking on B2B2C market leader Rakuten.
The Sunway Education Group has selected Ruckus Smart WiFi solutions to build a campus-wide wireless infrastructure to enable more than 12,000 students to access educational software applications via the school’s virtual network.
Juniper Networks has announced its Partner Advantage Services, which is designed to differentiate partner brand, deliver on partner enablement and offer strong rewards for value and performance for its ‘Elite’ partners.
Extreme Networks Inc has appointed appointment Gary Newbold as vice president of sales for Asia Pacific. Based in Singapore, he will oversee the entire region highlighted by China, Korea, Australia, Japan and India.
Three Asia Pacific countries or regions led the global ranks in terms of average Internet connection speeds, and were the only three which saw speeds above the ‘high broadband’ threshold of 10 Mbps in the first quarter of 2013.
Google, IBM, Mellanox, NVIDIA and Tyan have announced plans to form the OpenPOWER Consortium that would deliver more choice, control and flexibility to developers of next-generation, hyperscale and cloud data centres, based on IBM's POWER microprocessor architecture.
While 2012 was a subdued year for the Asia Pacific contact centre applications market, steady growth is expected after 2013 as the region shakes off the lingering effects of the global economic downturn, says Frost & Sullivan.