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Analyst: SingTel/Optus stronger in Asia than Australia

Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) and its new $17.2 billion Australian acquisition, Cable & Wireless Optus (CWO), are well-positioned to succeed in Asia but face a formidable challenge from dominant carrier Telstra in Australia, according to tel...

SingTel swoops to win Optus deal

Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) has won the bidding to buy Cable & Wireless Optus (CWO) with a combined cash, share and bond offer worth $17.2 billion.

3G auction closes at $1.17 billion

Australia's 3G (third-generation) mobile spectrum auction closed Thursday with the six bidders agreeing to pay a total of $1.17 billion for 48 of the 58 lots on offer, the Australian Communications Authority (ACA) said. The figure falls well below th...

IBM: Conventional drives can reach a terabyte

Conventional magnetic disk drives can overcome previously forecasted limits and ultimately achieve storage densities of one terabyte (1,000G bytes) per square inch, according to Ed Grochowski, program manager for advanced disk storage products at IBM...

IDC: Linux is Asia-Pacific's fastest growing server OS

Use of the Linux operating system for servers will grow by 57 per cent per year in the Asia-Pacific region (excluding Japan) to be worth $US470 million by 2004, according to a report released Monday by market analyst IDC.

Australia to get nationwide VoIP network by Q3

Orbit Canada and Perth-based ITSP Australia will complete building a VoIP (voice over Internet Protocol) network connecting Australia's six biggest cities by the third quarter of this year, according to the Canadian company.

Hackers hit government sites

A group of hackers has attacked government sites in the US, UK and Australia at the weekend, according to, a Web site which monitors hacking attacks.

Malaysian hackers may face indefinite detention

The Malaysian government is considering using the country's Internal Security Act (ISA) against hackers such as those who defaced the country's parliament Web site in late December, according to the government news agency Berita Nasional Malaysia.

IBM, Infineon plan magnetic memory chips

IBM and Infineon Technologies have agreed to jointly develop a new memory technology that could significantly increase battery life of portable computing devices and lead to instant-on computers, the companies announced Thursday.

Study: Internet raising security awareness

Greater use of the Internet and electronic commerce is encouraging end users in the Asia-Pacific region to pay more attention to security issues, according to a new report from market researcher IDC.

3G auction rules emphasise competition

The government Thursday announced rules for the forthcoming 3G (third-generation) mobile phone spectrum auction designed to ensure that there will be at least four competing operators offering 3G services in urban areas and two competitors in rural a...


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