Global mapping guru Petrosys will raise its profile in one of the most oil-rich regions of the world after appointing Fugro-Jason as a business partner for the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
Fugro-Jason is the leader in reservoir characterization technology in the petroleum Exploration & Production (E&P) sector. Fugro-Jason is part of the Geoscience Division of Fugro, which has about 12,000 employees with a permanent presence in some 54 countries.
Petrosys, which promotes its software with the tagline "the Mapping Guru", is an international leader in providing software systems to the global petroleum E&P industry.
Adelaide-based Calvert Technologies has boosted recruitment and secured Gold Partner status from Microsoft by meeting demand for new technology from SA's small business sector.
Gold Certified Partnership represents the highest level of competence and expertise with Microsoft technologies, offering the closest working relationship with Microsoft.
Calvert's managing director Dean Calvert already holds Microsoft's Most Valued Professional status because of his expertise in deploying and managing technology systems for small businesses. He is a regular speaker on the subject at Microsoft events in Australia and in the US.
Since the start of the year, Adelaide-based Calvert has recruited three new staff members to meet demand from businesses, public sector agencies and community organisations throughout South Australia. The company now has a head count of seven.
Dean Calvert said he was expecting demand to continue increasing, even if the economy began to slow down. "As competition gets tougher, businesses typically seek to get more bang for their bucks of investment," he said.
APRIL 7, 2008: Billion Australia extends its range of "mobile hotspot" routers this month with the launch of two new firewall routers that support both wired ADSL2+ and wireless 3G broadband connectivity.
One model in the Billion BiPAC 7402X Series of VPN firewall routers also includes support for 802.11g wireless local area networks. Today's release of the BiPAC 7402 X Series follows Billion's launch last year of Australia's first "mobile hotspot", the compact BiPAC 7300GX firewall router which blends ADSL2+ broadband connectivity with 3G network access. The BiPAC 7402 X Series has two models:
Billion's BiPAC 7402X series is equipped with a built-in four-port full-duplex 10/100 switch to allow easy connection of other wired Ethernet devices. This allows you to connect as many as four PCs, or additional hubs or switches, to create a larger network as needed.