Friday, August 19, 2022

Lawrence D Casiraya


Asia Pacific users moving towards fiber cabling

Interest towards deploying fibre optic cabling is high among Asia Pacific companies, according to an ongoing study by cabling infrastructure provider Systimax Solutions, indicating the adoption of bandwidth-intensive applications in the region.

IBM to add 15,000 jobs in the Philippines

IBM Corp. plans to add 15,000 jobs across its four subsidiaries in the Philippines, including its business transformation outsourcing (BTO) and call center units.

HP Philippines to offer network storage for SMBs

Hewlett Packard Philippines Corp. will launch in September a new line of network storage products geared towards the small and medium business segment, a company official said Tuesday.

Oracle Philippines counts on mergers for more products

Oracle Corp. is looking at leveraging on its recent software acquisitions in order to bring a lot more products to the table for Philippine users. Oracle

DSL expands in Philippines

Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) is expanding its next-generation network (NGN) covering Visayas and Mindanao in anticipation of further growth in the number of companies locating in the South.

Philippine gov’t to promote small business IT usage

The Philippine Commission on Information and Communications Technology (CICT) is conducting seminars that aim to promote awareness and increase the level of technology usage among the country's small and medium enterprises or SMEs.

Philippine call center goes global

After more than five years of operation, Pilipinas Teleserv Inc. is finally expanding its business overseas. But the Filipino-owned call centre operator, which has anchored its business on Philippine-based clients -- primarily the government -- is not too keen on looking for foreign investors or expanding as rapidly as the bigger, foreign-owned players.

Avaya taps into Philippine-based ISVs

Avaya Inc. is looking to tap into Philippine-based application developers to create vertical solutions for some of its new products, including its one-X line of SIP (Session Initiated Protocol)-based IP telephony solutions.

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