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The Australian government spends about A$870 million on datacentres each year. It expects to save $1 billion over 15 years by requiring key agencies to only purchase capacity under 10-year contracts from the approved panel of suppliers. Datacom and
Ltd. will have to revise its earnings forecasts for the fiscal year ending this month, as the negative impact on its business from the March 11 earthquake and subsequent power-supply cuts during the period "will likely exceed several billions of yen,"
Hurt by Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami, IT vendors NEC Corp and Fujitsu Ltd have decided to refrain from making personnel and organizational changes, previously scheduled for April 1, the Nikkei business daily reported.
Staff writer The power shortages spawned by the Tohoku quake and tsunami are expected to continue this summer and maybe even longer, leaving companies whose production lines are already affected unsure how they will cope in the long term. Renesas
Green Parrot Pictures, a small Irish company that has built video quality technology used in big films, such as Lord of the Rings and Spider-Man. In a blog post, Google says it hopes to use Green Parrot's technology to improve the quality of amateur
Fujitsu is going to demonstrating an unusual development during CeBIT 2011 which starts in Hanover, Germany. Fujitsu is going to display the world's first truly wireless display. In the new product created by the Japanese manufacturer,
Manufacturers of computers and information technology solutions from Japan, Fujitsu has just introduced a biodegradable mouse. It seems trivial, only a handful, but the products that are labeled ECO Mouse M440 is the first mouse in the world
Asahi Glass unveils super-strong smartphone cover Associated Press 2011-01-20 05:13 PM Gorilla glass, meet Dragontrail. Asahi Glass Co., Japan 's largest glass maker, on Thursday unveiled a super-tough, scratch resistant cover for gadgets that it
Frucor is one of Australasia's largest beverage manufacturers and distributors. Its flagship product is the V energy drink and its brand portfolio includes fruit juices, waters and soft drinks. Headquartered in Auckland, Frucor has more than 900
Japanese IT services giant Fujitsu on Wednesday unveiled what it calls the world's first desktop computer with a display that enables users to see 3D images without needing special glasses. Also in Breaking News Technology: Ten years after its debut