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  • LEARNING

    New wave of education after the tsunami

    Learningpost, Fraser Morton, Published on 05/01/2010

    » The soft pitter-patter of footsteps across a dusty Phuket playing field is followed by a cacophony of giggles as a group of students - the girls dressed in blue and white and the boys kitted out in khaki - skip to their English class at Kalim School.

  • TECH

    The 3G saga continues... for the worse

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 20/01/2010

    » It has been more than a month now since Thailand joined the civilised world when the Turtlephone Organisation of Thailand launched its 3G network in Bangkok and the surrounding areas. I signed up one day after launch. So, how has the experience been? How is the network? How is the customer service and billing?

  • TECH

    Mirasys sees opportunity in Thai market

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 24/02/2010

    » Turning an unstable situation into an opportunity has led a top Finnish surveillance software company to select Thailand as a base to build a research centre and pave the way for Thai software developers to reach a global market.

  • TECH

    All up in the air

    Database, Published on 03/03/2010

    » The most efficient and honoured minister of Information and Communications Technology in more than a year asked Chinese companies if they could design a satellite to replace the original Thaicom One; the request, signed by the Defence Ministry as well as by Ranongruk Suwanchwee herself, would call a Chinese-designed bird a Thai name, and use it to replace the satellite that Shin Corp, now of Shingapore, refuses to replace; assuming the Chinese are willing (haha) to design a satellite and deal with the canny minister, it remains to be seen whether they also would like to build, fit, launch and perhaps maintain the bird, and how that would fit in with the Defence Ministry's contention since September, 2006, that foreigners should not be involved in Thai telecoms.

  • TECH

    Dtac announces network upgrade

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 17/03/2010

    » Dtac has launched its Apple iPhone 3G and 3G offerings along with the announcement of the completion of a network upgrade that means it is now the first telco to have EDGE in every cellsite nationwide, with top speeds of 120 to 200 Kbps. The telco has also launched a new series of price plans that together will see it shift over a hundred thousand iPhones to the Thai market this year.

  • TECH

    Inet looking to finalise data centre deal with Malaysian firm

    Database, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 07/04/2010

    » To tap the potential of Internet data centre business, Internet Thailand (Inet) will expand its present Internet Data Centre (IDC) by teaming up with a Malaysia-based company.

  • TECH

    TCCT establishes Thailand's first fully green data centre

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 07/04/2010

    » Borderless trade and cloud technology are accelerating Internet traffic and the demand for data centres, while political instability and disasters have added disaster recovery backup requirements, which have driven TCC Technology (TCCT) to inject 200 million baht to establish Thailand's first fully green data centre with IBM technology to support future opportunities.

  • TECH

    New CEO sets out vision for ECS Group

    Database, Suchin Chirakul, Published on 14/07/2010

    » Consolidation, synergising and finding new growth areas while nurturing young blood for the next generation of leaders are the keys to making ECS Holdings become a truly global company, according to Narong Intanate, the longtime Thai IT pioneer who was recently promoted to the CEO position of the Singapore-listed ECS, one of the leading regional ICT companies.

  • LEARNING

    Profile of leading rubber hose producer and exporter in Thailand

    Published on 14/09/2010

    » NCR Rubber located in Rayong is one of Thailand's top rubber producers. A profile of the company provides insights into how one of Thailand's export industries works.

  • TECH

    Open source building momentum in Thailand

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 22/09/2010

    » Leading conglomerates and state enterprises are rolling out the expansion of open source technology, while the government has opened the terms of reference for open source bidding, driving momentum in Thailand.

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