Promoted | Pinnacle ICT and Dell Technologies present an in-depth white paper examining the six technology trends currently impacting the architecture, engineering and construction industry.
Five hours after TechCentral broke the news on Tuesday morning that JSE-listed Alviva Holdings is in talks to buy rival Tarsus, the company has confirmed a deal is in the offing.
South Africa’s largest technology distribution group, JSE-listed Alviva Holdings, is in talks to acquire rival Tarsus, well-placed sources have told TechCentral.
Promoted | In this episode of the podcast, HPE’s Deshan Moodley and Pinnacle’s Jeremy Lichtenstein unpack the impact of the lockdown on mid-sized enterprises and SMEs and the role IT solutions can play in the recovery.
Alviva Holdings, the JSE-listed parent of technology companies such as Axiz, Pinnacle and Datacentrix, has reported a 50% decline in full-year headline earnings per share but will pay a dividend of 15c/share.
Promoted | Wi-Fi 6 will do more than just connect you to the Internet at faster speeds. It will allow enterprises to introduce an all-wireless environment, participants in a roundtable sponsored by Pinnacle and Huawei heard.
Promoted | This white paper examines the return on investment of professional workstations for design engineering work from three perspectives: the design engineer, the IT professional and executive management.
Looking back at Huawei’s All-Flash Arrays storage journey, it’s intriguing to see how far the company has come since launching the industry first AFAs in 2009.
Promoted | In the brave new world of work, a new generation of intelligent office collaboration solutions is needed. This is where Huawei’s IdeaHub comes in.
Promoted | Fred Saayman, head of the Huawei business unit at Pinnacle, returns to the podcast for a discussion on the impact of US sanctions on the Chinese ICT giant’s business, especially in the South African context.