Escom's largest single shareholder has sold more than 33 per cent of his holding one week after the manufacturer revealed an $84 million loss for 1995.
Apple has a new chief financial officer. Fred Anderson is joining from Automated Data Processing.
Datrontech is distributing the Kingston Turbochip.
It is a 5x86 upgrade processor which it claims will up a 486 performance by 250 per cent.
A US survey showed that use of the World Wide Web doubled between last July and January 1996, but only 8 per cent of US homes are on the Web.
IBM said it plans to increase production of disk drives with a $500-million investment. Its storage division plans to increase capacity by 60 per cent over the next three years.
Videologic will introduce 3D technology and a 128-bit graphics card at Cebit this week. Power VR is a 3D card for the PC which many vendors are expected to use. The Grafix Star family will get a boost with the introduction of a multi-bank DRam version.
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Samanage will use recent $30m investment to grow global operations and its channel