ARTIFICIAL intelligence developer Xegen is on the verge of going to market with its Intellagents software.
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WELLINGTON-based software architect Equinox is gearing up for a year of expansion with the opening of an Auckland office this month.
WHAT’S going to take the market by storm this year? In lieu of a crystal ball, Reseller News contacted six commentators for their predictions for how the year ahead is shaping up.
ISP Slingshot is using what it describes as ‘destructive’ pricing to attract new customers to its i-Talk VoIP service.
APPLE has started shipping its first SAN system which will shortly be available through its New Zealand distributor Renaissance.
DIGITAL projector company InFocus has opened an Australian web store, giving customers direct access to its products.
WITH the appointment of a new manager and promises of great partnership opportunities, content management specialist Vignette is aiming to grow its Australasian business.
A COLLABORATIVE online learning tool is available to all New Zealand schools after a successful two-year pilot programme in 20 schools.
Adding another string to its bow, StorageTek has signed Cisco to its TekSelect partner programme.
Alienware Systems, the uber-hip builders of gaming and professional systems, plans to service N ew Zealand from its new Adelaide office.
Enterprise software developer BEA is adding resources to its partner programme in order to grow market share.
New Zealand distributor Sierra Brands has branched across the Tasman and has its sights on further expansion into Asia.
ACADEMY Award winner Weta Digital has scooped another accolade by being named Innovator of the Year by Network Appliance.
AUSTRALIAN-based Altech Computers plans to aggressively expand into New Zealand in the new year.
THIS month two companies graduated from the Auckland University of Technology (AUT) Technology Park incubator model to become Hi-Growth companies.