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Tokyo, Sydney and Seoul lead data center growth in APAC
July 2022
Knight Frank’s latest report in partnership with DC Byte, which looks at centers in APAC, has found the region had an increase of 488 MW of new capacity in Q1, driven mainly by Tokyo, Sydney and Seoul.
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CBRE finds record levels of investment in APAC data centers
April 2022
CBRE's new report finds direct investment in the sector more than doubled in 2021, surpassing investment volumes for the past four years combined
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HP takes virtual reality to commercial businesses with world's first VR backpack
August 2017
VR is changing the way people learn, communicate and create. That change is what inspired HP to embrace the technology, says Xavier Garcia.
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Gartner dubs Fujitsu a visionary vendor in Magic Quadrant
November 2016
“Fujitsu understands the operational technology aspects of IoT and we have been offering M2M and RFID based solutions for many years."
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Equinix eyes up Japanese expansion with acquisition
September 2015
Equinix is acquiring Japanese data centre operator Bit-isle to expand its data centre footprint and support growing demand for interconnection in APAC
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Samsung seals Olympic deal with golden handshake
August 2014
"Samsung aims to spread the Olympic spirit through our innovative products, enabling all fans around the world to stay connected and share the excitement of the Olympic Movement."
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Sony lays off 2,000 workers
October 2012
Electronics giant announces changes by the end of 2012 in ongoing quest to reduce its overall workforce by 6%.
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Sony Mobile cuts 1,000 jobs
August 2012
Loss-making electronics firm to move mobile headquarters from Sweden to Japan as it reduces company headcount by 15%.
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Twitter sends 20 billionth tweet
August 2010
A Japanese graphic designer has claimed a new Twitter milestone.
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Giant Rugby Ball connected to the world with AT&T
October 2009
The partnership between data communication company AT&T and Tourism New Zealand is set to continue, when the later moves it’s Giant Rugby Ball to its latest destination.