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OKI Europe’s celebrates 30 years

OKI Europe Ltd is celebrating three decades of innovation in the EMEA printer market, including the ground-breaking launch of Europe’s first LED printer in 1989 and several more ‘industry firsts’. Looking to the future, the company has pledged to continue their strategy of customer-led innovation, driven by a strong network of European staff and channel partners.

Today, the global operates in 60 countries within EMEA and has offices in 23 European countries. The first office in the region was established in Dusseldorf, Germany in 1984. OKI Europe went on to pioneer many industry firsts, building a strong reputation for quality and market changing technology.

This significant anniversary was celebrated by OKI employees from across the EMEA region who came together in Athens Greece to mark this historic occasion.  Staff had the opportunity to relive the past 30 years of technology innovations from OKI’s first printers to the latest launches.

 

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Apple buys WiFiSLAM for Maps

Apple buys indoor location-services startup WiFiSLAM for acces to their Maps

- Apple Inc., whose mapping software has been criticized for misguided directions and inaccurate landmark, bought startup WiFiSLAM to add location-identifying technology for when a user is inside a building.

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Intel buys Infineon wireless solutions

Intel is buying Infineon's wireless solutions unit for US$1.4 billion. The deal is likely to be concluded in the first quarter of 2011.

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Avnet on buying spree again

During the first quarter of fiscal year 2011, Avnet Inc. achieved its first $6 billion quarter and more than doubled earnings per share year over year.

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Motorola Solutions Completes Separation and Begins Trading as MSI

Motorola Solutions, formerly none as Motorola, has completed their separation from Motorola Mobility Holdings, Inc.

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