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Double Agent eCommerce site launched
From humble beginnings 9 years ago, LOUENHIDE is emerging as one of Australia's favourite accessory brands, helping shape the style of modern day women of all ages.
Double Agent represents this brand in Southern Africa and their eCommerce enabled website is developed and maintained by Absol.
Merry Christmas 2016
On behalf of all the staff at Absol we would like to say thank you for your valued support, trust and loyalty in 2016.
We wish you and your family a peaceful and joyous festive season and a successful and prosperous new year. We look forward to working with you in 2017.
Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit
Absol launches the brand new website for the newly refurbished Grand Prix Circuit and International Convention Centre
Absol honoured at the AAAS supplier awards evening
We thank African Automotive Aftermarket Solutions (AAAS) for honouring Absol as one of their Service Providers of the Year 2016
Absol is Recruiting
Absol is looking to employ another Web Developer/Programmer.
If you've got what it takes to join our dynamic company, please email your CV to email@example.com
|Sun expands x64 network computing options|
|ISSUED BY: CITIGATE SA PR|
|[Johannesburg, 14 April 2005] - Sun Microsystems has announced performance and feature enhancements to its AMD Opteron processor-based systems, expanding its offering for network computing. Heidi Wahl, business manager: volume products at Sun Microsystems sub-Saharan Africa region, says systems equipped with AMD processors deliver incredible performance and competitive advantages, the new AMD processors have proven to be faster and more reliable than ever before. "The Sun Fire V20z and Sun Fire V40z servers – often referred to as x64 systems – have outperformed two- and four-way servers from competing vendors," she says. "Systems equipped with AMD processors have been designed to help eliminate inherent processing bottlenecks and enhance overall system performance and efficiency. In addition to unmatched operating system support, customers can enjoy up to a 25% performance increase on the Sun Fire V20z server, and a 29% performance increase on the Sun Fire V40z server. "The performance increases at no additional cost and competitive pricing demonstrates our commitment to users of all sizes, and reflects our ability to deliver leading-edge technologies," she adds. "South African volume product resellers (VPRs) are entrenching the Sun x64 range of servers in the local SME (small to medium enterprise) market on the back of AMD's 64-bit technology, which is providing users with a significant competitive price/performance advantage," she says. Demonstrating their dual-core technology, Sun and AMD will continue to advance 32-bit performance in the enterprise with a simplified migration to 64-bit computing on dual-core ready platforms, while providing a choice of operating systems including Solaris 10, Red Hat and SUSE Linux, as well as Windows.|
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