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The VSAT reaches a new height

Comsat Max just installed what it calls 'the highest VSAT antenna in India,' for an ATM of UTI bank. It is a 1.8m SSALAN VSAT in Thegu, Sikkim at a height of around 13,200 feet. The area is snow covered for most of the year.

IBM, eSYS partner for eServer xSeries

IBM India has announced a partnership with eSYS Distribution for distribution of entry-level IBM eServer xSeries (Intel servers) across India. This will enable IBM to reach out to the 24 branches from eSYS's existing network. The eServer xSeries solutions are based on IBM's Enterprise X-Architecture that provides high levels of availability and intelligent systems management capabilities.

The saucy Sasser must go: Microsoft

Microsoft Corporation India has developed a tool to automatically remove the Sasser worm (W32.Sasser.A and its variants) from infected PCs. The tool can now be downloaded from www.microsoft.com/india/ security. By installing Microsoft Security Update MS04-011 in addition to the firewall Microsoft suggests customers can protect themselves from these virus attacks.

The MS04-011 is available and ready to download at www.microsoft.com./technet/security/bulletin/ms04-011.mspx.

 
     
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