Author: Digital News Asia
ICT solutions and services provider Fujitsu has introduced to Malaysian customers its new PRIMERGY server generation, a modular and highly-scalable server platform that it claims would enable data centers to significantly reduce energy costs.
Microsoft has announced the availability of the Windows Upgrade Offer for consumers purchasing a new Windows 7 PC, where they have the option to purchase a downloadable upgrade to Windows 8 Pro for an estimated retail price of US$14.99. In Malaysia, the company also announced that SMB customers who upgrade to Windows 7 on Open License with Software Assurance will enjoy a 30% discount.
The Asian Business Angels Forum (ABAF) was held at the Marriott Hotel in Kuala Lumpur from May 23-25. Was it a waste of time? The naysayers and believers have a Face-Off here on Digital News Asia.
Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC), in collaboration with ABC Australia, will be hosting the inaugural Asian Animation Summit (AAS) to promote the co-production and co-financing of animation for children’s television and film within Asia.
Yahoo! has a new series advertising products that it says would bring tailored, targeted and interactive ads to South-East Asia.
IT distributor Ingram Micro Inc is eyeing the growing virtualization and data center market in the region after having sealed an agreement with wide area network (WAN) optimization specialist Silver Peak Systems.
Astro has launched its “on-the-go” service that would give customers access to Astro TV channels, LIVE Events, Video-On-Demand (VOD) and Catch Up TV across multiple online and mobile devices, starting with the iPad.
Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) announced that Group revenue for the first quarter ended March 31 2012 rose 11% YoY (year-on-year) to RM2.384 billion (US$752 million) from RM2.148 billion (US$667.9 million) in the corresponding period last year.
Biggest growth seen in telco market in Malaysia IT sector records positive growth across all markets
THREATS on the mobile platform are increasing in complexity and volume, security specialist Trend Micro Inc said in unveiling its Q1 2012 Asia Pacific security roundup report.