In a further example of wireless consolidation, Melbourne-based ISP, Azure Wireless, has signed a new partnering deal with Optus.
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NSW-based integrator, Syncretize, has spun off its software division in an effort to free up both businesses.
Access Providers has added 400 new business customers to its books with its acquisition of wireless broadband ISP, Online 2000.
D-Link has launched a new online network configurator aimed at increasing sales in its mass merchant channel.
Despite traditionally being a quieter period for sales, the first quarter of 2005 saw growth in the Australian PC market.
IDC has attributed soaring growth across the wireless LAN (WLAN) market to a rapid adoption of broadband technology by consumers and SMEs.
Small and mid-sized service providers could be the beneficiaries of the latest trend toward selective outsourcing.
Furthering its bid to become a security specialist, IT consultancy group, Roswel, has picked up the A/NZ distribution of LifeKeeper software.
Networking giant, Cisco, has flagged its growing suite of complementary technologies as a major source of sales growth in 2005. It has also indicated partners will have to build up their skills in order to capitalise on increasing demand for specialist solutions.
Adelaide-based Adam Internet has become the first ISP to trial a prototype of network locked ADSL modems from NetComm.
Check Point says that by year-end it will add intrusion prevention to its VPN client software, making it less likely that remote-access VPN users will infect networks with worms and viruses.
The accelerated uptake of IP telephony has left a massive shortfall in the availability of trained and certified systems integrators, according to researchers, Frost and Sullivan.
In a bid to stay ahead of the wireless wave, Tech Pacific has struck up a partnership with Vodafone Australia.
AMD has parted company with its A/NZ country manager, John Robinson, after four years.
Cashing in on the consolidation of office space, IBM has launched its smallest ever full-featured desktop PC.