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HP Award Winner’s Night held

Hewlett-Packard (HP) the world’s largest technology company held their Grand Reseller Meet and Award Winner’s Night on 14 January last at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC), Dhaka. More than 100 HP partners were invited and participated in this Award Winner’s Night organized by HP Personal System Group (PSG).



Ng Tian-Chong, Vice President, Personal Systems Group South East Asia, Taiwan and Korea hosted this Award Winner’s Night. He awarded the top achievers of HP FY09. A Special Life time achievement Award was presented to M. N. Islam, Chairman of Flora Limited for his contribution in this industry. Among others Computer Sources Machines Ltd received Best Distributor award, Flora Limited received Best Corporate reseller award, A.T.M Kutub Uddin from CSL received Best Strategic Deal of the Year award, Hedayet H. Sahin from Flora Limited received Best Product Manager, Ryans Computer received Best reseller (Retail), Multilink international Co. Ltd. received Best reseller management, Smart Technologies (BD) Ltd. received Best Emerging Partner, and RM systems Ltd. received Best reseller (Corporate) award. In the opening speech Imrul Hossain Bhuiyan, Country Business Manager, Personal System Group HP Bangladesh said, “We are now well equipped in terms of manpower and products offering to meet the demand of the Bangladesh consumer market.” Ng Tian-Chong said, the key drivers of growth for the personal computing market include the continued user preference towards mobility, greater adoption of international brands, and increasing consumer demand for PCs and notebooks. Philip Lau, Country General Manager Personal Systems Group, HP RoAEC said in his speech “HP will continue to drive the consumer market in Bangladesh through more on-the-ground initiatives, specialized customer promotions and partner programs.

Program concluded by raffle draw and cultural program.

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Asustek Aims to Ship 25 Million Motherboards in 2010

Asustek Computer expects to ship 25 million motherboards in 2010, 20% up from 21 million units in 2009, according to Chewei Lin, vice president of Asustek open platform business.

Lin expects the company will ship five million units in the first quarter of 2010, mainly benefiting by recovering demand from Europe as well as Lunar New Year demand from China.

Shipments in the second quarter of 2010 will break six million units to reach a total of over 11 million units for the first half of the year. The company aims to ship a further 14 million units in the second half.

Asustek had an about 33% share of the global motherboard market in 2009 and is aiming to achieve 50% in 2014, Lin said. Lin said that the future is looking good for USB 3.0 motherboards. The market is just taking off because of the high costs of making the boards but he expects USB 3.0 motherboards will have monthly shipments of two million units by then

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Tech Valley Networks Limited becomes the 1st Ever Recipient of Cisco-Silver Partnership in Bangladesh

‘Tech Valley Networks Limited (TVNL) has become the 1st ever recipient of Cisco-Silver partner in Bangladesh. For many years in Bangladesh IT market, TVNL has created a very commendable footprint with it’s Cisco wing, prior to the announcement of Cisco-Silver partner TVNL has been operating as premier partner of Cisco locally. Currently Cisco has eleven (11) number of premier partners in Bangladesh and among them TVNL has proven it’s worth to receive the first Silver partnership award.

A brief on Silver partnership; Silver Certification is the third step for Partners within the Cisco Resale Partner Program. Partners who complete the Silver Certification are demonstrating to their customers a commitment to working with Cisco. It is also recognition of a focus on the technology needs of their customers. Silver Certification requires a partner to undertake the training and qualifications to advance Cisco Specialisation standards, which is a significant commitment that sets the standard for competence in today’s market.’

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Moving from ‘Fiction-to-Fact’: Addressing Information Overload on the Factory Floor

Today, automated processes create mountains of valuable data, but all too often, only a small percentage is ‘actionable’. With the amount of data being produced doubling every two years, this challenge is only compounded as manufacturers struggle to keep up with the onslaught of information being pushed into their organization. Information overload causes companies to incur significant costs as they store and collect reams of data needed to identify embedded trends, while at the same time producing manual reports to meet quality standards, regulatory requirements and general reporting goals. Increasing scrutiny towards new and tighter reporting requirements from such standards as FDA/CFR, GxP, ERES, Green House Gas (GHG), carbon footprints, lead content and safety standards, further escalates the need for firms to find new ways to process data.

To meet these challenges and unlock the value from the mountains of data being generated, firms of all sizes are resorting to analytical engines to contextualize data into ‘actionable information’. With the acknowledged overload of plant data from numerous points and enterprise systems, in conjunction with the increased demands to achieve reporting and statutory requirements, factories need to seriously address their data collection, audit trail and records retention processes. Ongoing excellence and continuous improvement programs such as 6-Sigma, all base their focus on root-cause and drill down analysis. With emphasis on cost and margins, factories need to understand every dollar spent in the supply chain, especially in today’s economy.

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