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QNX Technology by BlackBerry Powers Automated Fare Collection System in Singapore and ASEAN

The same system that powers BlackBerry phones, QNX Neutrino OS, is now powering a fare collection system, which includes automatic gates, ticketing machines, and onboard bus equipment, throughout the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), including Singapore, the Philippines, and Thailand. The onboard bus equipment is an enhanced version of a QNX-based fare collection system that LTA has already deployed in more than …

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Acronis returns to its roots by opening its International Headquarters in Singapore

Acronis launched their international headquarters in Singapore – returning to its roots, as the company was founded in Singapore in 2002, started sales operations in Asia and quickly become the leader on the backup market in Japan. Singapore is a strategic choice for the international headquarters to focus on rapidly growing Asian market, and continue successful international operations from this …

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Big Data gives you the Big Picture – Adoption Trends in Singapore

Data management is a huge business, with massive amounts of data stored in too many locations. Big Data is the term coined for a collection of data sets so large and complex that it becomes difficult to process using on-hand database management tools or traditional data processing applications. Big data requires exceptional technologies to efficiently process large quantities of data within tolerable …

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Businesses in Singapore potentially save S$4.38 billion due to Virtualization

The IDC Server Economies Index revealed that a total of S$4.38 billion worth of spending is expected to be avoided in Singapore from 2003-2020 due to the impact of server virtualisation. How? S$2.38 billion in server spending costs saved due to not buying a server– more than half of the costs avoided in total. S$624 million in power and cooling costs …

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Enterprises in Australia now get Hosted Exchange enabled by Parallels

With a demand triggered by SMBs for advanced email capabilities, with options for collaboration, sharing and active synchronisation, iiNet, Australia’s second largest DSL Internet Service Provider (ISP) and the leading challenger in the country’s telecommunication market has implemented Hosted Exchange email services to its SMB customers, enabled by Parallels. With approximately 1.2 million SMBs in Australia, iiNet will leverage the end-to-end automation and …

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Eye on the pie – FireEye announces new FuelPartner Program

The FireEye Fuel Partner Program is designed for value added resellers, solution providers, and alliance partners. Fuel partners market, sell, and deliver the FireEye threat protection platform to their enterprise customers, and may also manage the FireEye platform for their customers. As such, the new program features the following: Technical guidance Sales alignment Enablement Financial rewards FireEye has recognized that …

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Be among the first to try out Windows 8.1 Enterprise for FREE!

Business owners rejoice! The update to Windows 8.1 Enterprise is FREE. If you are already using Windows 8, this update will be available for free when it is released. For now you can download and test out this pre-release version of Windows 8.1 Enterprise. Please install this on a test machine, as upgrading from the pre-released version to a fully working licensed version …

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What do you know about the state of the Internet? Akamai releases the first quarter report 2013

Akamai Technologies has just released the first quarter report for 2013. Based on data gathered from the Akamai Intelligent Platform™, the report provides insight into key Asia and global statistics such as network connectivity and connection speeds, attack traffic, and broadband adoption and availability, among many others. The report also states that 34% of attack traffic originates in China. Attack Traffic and Top Ports …

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Savvis Expands in Asia with a New Second Data Center in Singapore

Savvis will be investing $100 million in this 53,000-square-foot facility, dubbed SG2, including 32,000 square feet of raised floor space and IT capacity of 3.6 megawatts of power. Savvis will offer a full suite of enterprise-class colocation, managed hosting, cloud computing and network services. This new facility is located in Jurong East, approximately 17 kilometers west of Savvis’ current data …

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Akamai and Riverbed jointly develop innovative SAAS acceleration solution – Steelhead Cloud Accelerator

The Steelhead Cloud Accelerator is a jointly developed solution that combines Akamai‘s innovative Internet optimisation technology and Riverbed‘s wide area network (WAN) optimisation technology to deliver end-to-end optimisation for software-as-a-service(SaaS) applications.

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