Published: 05/03/2011 05:00



Dell offers new services to business customers

Dell announced this week the launch of new services in Viet Nam to offer a comprehensive suite of support and solutions to its partners and customers.

The new services – ProSupport and Basic NBD Onsite Support – will help Dell‘s commercial customers improve efficiencies, reduce IT infrastructure costs, simplify management, and provide unprecedented business responses.

Additionally, Dell will also be providing direct, basic Next Business Day (NBD) warranty services.

New optic cable networkproject launched for EVN

Quang Dung Technology Company (QD-TEK) and ADC KRONE on Thursday announced the launch of its project on communication networks, network computers and IPTV networks for the office of the Electricity of Viet Nam.

The entire system will include more than 13,000 gigabit transmission lines and more than 500 optic cable channels, which are expected to meet the needs of 5,000 people at once. The network was designed and built to adhere to international standards with clean bandwidth quality to save power. The project is expected to be completed in September this year.

VinaPhone kicks off music sharing service

VinaPhone has launched Music Gifts, a music service for all mobile phone subscribers. This is one of the company’s newest services. Music Gifts offers customers extra entertainment portals and allows users to share music with friends. As before, the service will only be built by other networks for fixed, post-paid service or for HomePhone only. But now Music Gifts will allow pre-paid subscribers to use the service too.

IBM enhances information management portfolio

For the first time in Viet Nam, IBM will introduce the expansion of its Information Management (IM) Software portfolio – IBM InfoSphere Guardium. This addition to the IM family will safeguard business information with real-time database security and monitoring software.

The Guardium solutions help organisations maintain real-time insight into database access and activity to protect against threats from illegitimate users and potential hackers and to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.

VinaCapital invests in mobile service

VinaCapital-run Viet Nam Infrastructure Limited, the first publicly traded fund to focus on infrastructure assets in Viet Nam, announced that it had increased its stake in the Mobile Information Service Company.

The fund acquired a 30 per cent stake in the mobile service provider in March 2008. The transaction gives the fund an additional 45 per cent stake, or 75 per cent of the mobile company’s equity.

“This acquisition follows our strategy of acquiring a significant portfolio of BTS tower assets. MIS has grown its operations significantly over the past three years, and continues to have strong growth potential,” said Tony Hsun, managing director of VNI’s investment manager.

The number of mobile phone subscribers in Viet Nam has increased rapidly, from 69 million in 2008 to more than 155 million in December 2010. The need for mobile network infrastructure is expected to increase further with the continued roll-out of 3G networks.

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