Author: Digital News Asia
NVIDIA has launched what it called South-East Asia’s first GPU (graphics processing unit) research and development (R&D) and Compute-Solution Center in Malaysia, working with HP and Mimos.
IBM has opened three new branch offices in the Asean region as part of a business expansion strategy to tap into high-growth cities and regions in emerging markets.
Dell has announced business and consumer PCs built for Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 8 operating system, and has made available for pre-order three new PCs in its upcoming fall portfolio: the XPS 12, XPS One 27 and Inspiron One 23.
IDC Asia Pacific has announced the appointment of Jim Sailor as its general manager for the Asean region.
Symantec said it has discovered an Android app – Android.Sumzand – that claims to convert the smartphone screen into a solar panel that can charge the battery, but actually steals contact data.
Calling all software developers – another hackathon is coming to town. Beginning Oct 19 to Oct 21, the 1337 (Leet or Elite in Internet-speak) KL48 Hackathon will take place in conjunction with the KL 48 Hour Film Project.
Global media holding company IPG Mediabrands has announced the launch of technology services hub, Mediabrands Global Technology Solutions, in Kuala Lumpur.
Maxis said that the facility which houses its data center and cloud computing services has been awarded Uptime Institute’s Tier III Certification (Certification of Design), the first and only in Malaysia to be accredited with such a certification.
Mobile telecommunications solutions company ADAcode Systems Sdn Bhd beat out 31 other category contenders to win the coveted Best of the Best, Prime Minister Award at this year’s MSC Malaysia Asia-Pacific ICT Alliance (APICTA) awards.