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Ruyton Girls’ School in Melbourne is set to replace paper text books with tablets in 2014.
Yahoo Japan is set to roll out 50,000 virtual machines (VMs) next year as part of its data centre transformation program.
Australian network interconnection services provider Megaport has plans to introduce its 100 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) network across Asia Pacific.
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