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Keycorp bags TABLink cards jackpot

NSW gaming organisation TAB has signed an agreement with e-commerce and smartcard company Keycorp for the supply of gaming machine interface cards (GMICs) to its TABLink statewide betting network.

Network World Today on holidays

Network World Today is taking a break from December 24 to 4 January 1999, so we would like to take this opportunity to wish all our readers a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Network World Today will resume its daily coverage of breaking news for the networking, telecommunications and internet industries on the morning of 4 January, 1999.

ComputerWorld ASG Report on holidays

ComputerWorld is taking a break from December 24 to 4 January 1999 so we would like to take this opportunity to wish all our readers a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

SOCOG extends IBM's Internet role

The Sydney Organising Committee for the Olympic Games (SOCOG) announced yesterday it has expanded worldwide technology partner IBM's role to include the provision of creative multimedia design and content management services for the official web site.

Nortel leads in Layer 3 switches shipped

Bay Networks is still the worldwide leader in the Layer 3 switching market according to research companies, Dataquest and The Dell'Oro Group, but this time under the banner of Nortel Networks.

Read the last Network World for 1998

The last edition of Network World for 1998 is out now in this week's ComputerWorld.
It includes a feature on the future of wireless networks, the fallout from the networking industry's "great debate", plus the regular news and opinions. Click on the Network World logo at our home page - http://networkworld.idg.com.au - for direct access to the stories.

ACCC warns Telstra on call transfers

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) yesterday warned Telstra it faced fines of more than $30 million unless it reforms its processes for transferring calls between telcos.

OzEmail joins Canberra's broadband pilot

Internet service provider, Ozemail has joined Canberra's TransAct Broadband Communications pilot and will provide high speed Internet access services to the network.

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