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    Funding approval for $35m waste plant

    Funding approval for $35m waste plant

    08 Dec 2010 by Staff Reporters

    Perth company AnaeCo has announced it will immediately start construction of an expanded waste treatment facility in Shenton Park after infrastructure fund manager, Palisade Investment Partners gave final investment approval for the project. ...

    Murdoch computer joins super 100 list

    Murdoch computer joins super 100 list

    25 Nov 2010

    A SUPERCOMPUTER housed at Murdoch University has joined the ranks of the world’s 100 most powerful computers.It is the second fastest computer in Australia behind the National Computational Infrastruc ...

    WA joins top 100 super-computer list

    WA joins top 100 super-computer list

    17 Nov 2010 by Edited announcement

    WA has entered the ranks of the top 100 supercomputers on the planet, thanks to iVEC's installation of a Performance Optimised Data Centre (POD) at its Murdoch facility. ...

    Cook returns to boost business structure

    Cook returns to boost business structure

    30 Sep 2010 by Emily Morgan

    Fourteen years after establishing ineedhits.com, and six years after becoming non-executive chairman, Clay Cook has returned as chief executive of the online marketing business. ...

    Holden to use Orbital's LPG injection

    Holden to use Orbital's LPG injection

    29 Sep 2010 by Kym Fuhrmann

    Balcatta-based Orbital has begun supplying its Liquid Propane Injection system to car manufacturer Holden for its HSV range. ...

    Supercomputer bits

    Supercomputer bits

    26 Aug 2010 by Russell Quinn

    THE first major piece of physical hardware for what will become a world-leading supercomputer has been delivered to Murdoch University. ...

    CustomVis fails a second time

    CustomVis fails a second time

    19 Aug 2010 by Aimee Sargent

    INNOVATIVE laser technology developer CustomVis plc has gone into administration, just six weeks after UK investors trying to rescue the group bought the assets of its failed Australian subsidiary from liquidators. ...

    Palisade to fund AnaeCo waste plant

    Palisade to fund AnaeCo waste plant

    06 Aug 2010 by Kym Fuhrmann

    Perth company AnaeCo has announced Infrastructure Fund Manager, Palisade Investment Partners, has given in-principle approval to fund construction of an expanded waste treatment facility at Shenton Park. ...

    AnaeCo gets approval but not funds

    AnaeCo gets approval but not funds

    29 Jul 2010 by Mark Beyer

    PERTH company AnaeCo has passed a regulatory milestone for construction of an expanded waste treatment facility at Shenton Park, but getting funding for the $35 million project is proving more challenging. ...

    Indigo regional communications launched

    Indigo regional communications launched

    08 Jul 2010 by Staff Reporters

    A new Brisbane-based satellite telco has launched in Australia focusing on remote and regional areas, targeting the mining and resources companies operating in the Pilbara and Kimberley regions. ...

    Highway maintains growth path

    Highway maintains growth path

    08 Jul 2010

    INTERNET service provider Highway 1 Internet Solutions has bought three more local ISPs in the past three months.Last week, Highway 1 bought the customers and assets of two Malaga-based operations – E ...

    NBN without Telstra for $26bn: study

    NBN without Telstra for $26bn: study

    06 May 2010 by Russell Quinn

    The federal government has been told the cost of the National Broadband Network could be capped at $26 billion as opposed to the original $43 billion earmarked for the project, and that it should be built without Telstra. ...

    CSC wins $30m Woodside contract

    CSC wins $30m Woodside contract

    03 May 2010 by Edited announcement

    United States-based IT company CSC has exteneded its relationship with Woodside Energy, today signing a $30 million, three-year IT contract with the liquified natural gas company. ...

    ASG grows SAP arm with Courtland deal

    ASG grows SAP arm with Courtland deal

    29 Apr 2010 by Russell Quinn

    IT company ASG Group has acquired local SAP software provider Courtland Business Solutions in a multi-million dollar cash and scrip deal, opening up the SAP market to Oracle-focussed ASG for the first time. ...

    QRSciences sells Perth base for $162k

    QRSciences sells Perth base for $162k

    22 Apr 2010 by Rebecca Lawson

    Security technology outfit QRSciences Holdings is set to sell its loss-making Perth subsidiary to US company, Rapiscan Systems Inc, for $US150,000 ($A162,069) cash. ...

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