Distributor IT Wholesale and sister division Cellect will sail under a different name from next month – that of corporate parent Cellnet.
Stories by Jan Birkeland
Accessories distributor Anyware has added another sub-distributor to its ranks, and given Wellington-based Technology Connection full access to its product range of about 700 items.
Complete wireless coverage in New Zealand is still some way off, though this does not stop companies pushing products like D-Link’s new DPH-540 flip-style, wifi mobile phone.
Storage specialist Iomega has released its new line of network-attached storage devices aimed at small businesses. The Storcenter Pro 250D server range offers four models with storage capabilities ranging from 500GB to 1.5TB.
Taking on Microsoft Exchange is no easy task, but it is exactly what Ipswitch is doing with the New Zealand release of its Imail Server 2006.2.
Weatherwatcher Desmond Ling's name is known to many in the New Zealand IT industry. He has been in the industry for about 10 years and has just been promoted to general manager of Ingram Micro's new component and consumer divisions.
Viewsonic has upgraded its projector line with the release of the PJ588D.
Rumours and news surrounding the king of direct sales, Dell, have reached lahar proportions lately. The return of CEO and founder Michael Dell in the US, seems to have kicked some life into old faithful.
HP showed off what the company thinks might be the future in consumer products this week, with its Mobile Innovations Tour 2007.
Data archiving company Plasmon has reintroduced its products to the New Zealand market through Albany-based Datastor.
Ingram Micro has introduced a new divisional structure centred around four market segments – volume products, solution products, component products and consumer products.
Philips, maker of all things electronic, has launched a new web camera that is said to be the highest quality consumer level webcam available in New Zealand.
Epson has released its latest photo printer in the Stylus series, the Photo 1410. The printer is aimed at the home and small business market, with the ability to print A3 formats.
Looking to entice Oracle users away with sweeter pricing, US-based EnterpriseDB has expanded its business to New Zealand and Australia.
Famous for providing free antivirus software to the general public, AVG is now aiming its latest product at the SME market.
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