Building on its years of expertise in the consumer electronics and Internet markets, Philips Consumer Electronics Corp. is aiming to offer alternative, yet affordable, products to end users as society sits on the verge of entering the age of the in-home digital network.
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Cisco Systems (Thailand) Ltd., is aiming to help all local ISPs (Internet Service Providers) upgrade to an international standard with the announcement of a new service -- Internet Engineering Support (IES).
Alcatel (Thailand) Co., Ltd., recently announced a comprehensive package of end-to-end solutions to help usher in the age of convergence between voice and data, and expects to assist its customers in making the most of business applications over the next decade.
The Nation Group publishing house's subsidiary, Thai Portal Co. Ltd., has taken control of the name www.thailand.com and plans to offer a complete portal for traveling and export in the country. The site is another tangible step in the country's advancement towards an e-commerce marketplace.
As if to strengthen its new "HP Invent" logo, Hewlett-Packard Co. has unveiled more initiatives which will see the company get further involved in the service provider business space, positioning itself as a strategic partner to the emerging business segment.
Beginning in Asia and looking to expand globally, Advanced Manufacturing Online Ltd. (AMO) will position itself as a business-to-business solution provider for the high-tech manufacturing industry. AMO sees huge opportunities in the Thai manufacturing market, with its multinational company customers as a base, especially in the high-tech manufacturing arena.
Having already improved its infrastructure by upgrading its international bandwidth to 42M bits per second (bps) and its domestic link to 100M bps, Internet service provider (ISP) Internet Thailand Co., Ltd (I-Net) has now cut its initial payment charge by 50 percent for its I-Net-Biz dial-up Internet connection for small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
Using its messaging and collaborative solutions as a base, Lotus Development Corp. is now extending its solutions to service providers and telecommunications operators.
Geographic Information System (GIS) solutions company Environmental System Research Institute (ESRI Thailand) Co., Ltd, a member of the GDG Group, has gone through significant restructuring to become a one-stop solutions provider for the geographical market throughout Indochina.
An excellent data management infrastructure is vital, since it allows customers to easily offer other solutions, be they in the area of Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Web-enabled solutions, or other key areas, according to SAS Institute's country manager, Chokchai Wasinanont.