Alibaba Group’s cloud computing revenue grew by 50 per cent year-on-year in the company’s 2021 fiscal year, despite losing a major customer in the March quarter.
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The semiconductor shortage is expected to continue beyond 2021 and not ease up to normal levels until the second calendar quarter of 2022.
Corsight AI has granted value-added distributor Netpoleon the rights to sell its products to channel partners throughout the Asia region.
Cisco has struck a deal to acquire Sedona Systems for its NetFusion network controller, which it plans to pull into the Cisco Crosswork portfolio.
Cyber security vendor Sophos has recognised the achievements of its top performing partners across the region in its latest ASEAN Partner Awards program.
IBM has revealed a raft of new competencies, skills training and benefits designed to help its partners succeed in an increasingly competitive market.
Malaysian spice powder, curry and flour mixes maker Baba’s has migrated its IT infrastructure to Amazon Web Services with the help of Singapore-headquartered cloud specialist Cloud Comrade.
Lenovo Asia Pacific SMB channel general manager Roy Ng has taken on responsibility for the channel business across all segments of the vendor’s PC and smart devices business in the region.
Capgemini hopes to deepen its SAP offering in Southeast Asia after striking a deal to acquire the SAP arm of Japanese software specialist Multibook.
AWS has cut prices for its Amazon CloudFront service in several ASEAN countries, including Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand.
At least one market analyst thinks the buy might be a ‘swing and a miss’.
Vietnam-headquartered IT services group FPT has taken a majority ownership stake in Vietnamese business management platform provider Base Enterprise.
Globally, 22 per cent of PC users continue to run the outdated Windows 7 operating system, but not in Singapore, at just 16 per cent of consumers.
Lenovo continues to maintain its lead in the total global PC market, shipping 24 million units and posting year-on-year growth of 66.5 per cent.
Five high severity flaws in Dell’s firmware update driver impacting Dell desktops, laptops, notebooks and tablets have been uncovered.