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dietmar (ANF)

GoldED: Friday is free parcel day
Inspired by DHLs latest promotion all GoldED AIX orders until Friday will be shipped free of charge. Every parcel will also include an additional extra from the Lindt&Sprüngli factory Aachen/Aix-La-Chapelle. This promotion is available for Germany only and will end on Friday. (snx) (Translation: ub)

[News message: 23. Feb. 2005, 12:56] [Comments: 0]
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AHT Europe announces CeBIT attendance and AROS support
Birmingham, Feb. 19 2005 - AHT Europe Ltd. will be exhibiting at CeBIT 2005 in Hannover, Germany, March 10-16.

CeBIT is the the world's leading event for information technology, telecommunications, software and services. While AHT Europe's main focus so far have been OEM customers only, the company is also about to address the consumer market directly by establishing their own brand for (high-end) settop-boxes. The ARIANA range of STBs will be officially introduced at CeBIT. AHT Europe will exhibit their products at booth C75 in hall 25.

Furthermore, AHT Europe is pleased to announce their future active support of the open-source operating system AROS. First developer boxes will be shipped to AROS programmers shortly, further support is planned. By addition of the linux-hosted version of AROS to the ARIANA settop-box, AHT Europe Ltd. wants to provide their customers in the future an additional slim operating system with an intuitive user-interface design for simple home-computer functionality.

About AHT Europe:

AHT Europe Ltd. is a British company formed in 2004 and based in Birmingham, with offices in the Netherlands and Germany. Current products include a PowerPC settop-box for digital video broadcasting, personal video-recording and video-on-demand. (cg) (Translation: cg)

[News message: 19. Feb. 2005, 20:35] [Comments: 1 - 24. Feb. 2005, 20:18]
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Thorsten Schölzel (ANF)

Amiga Inc.: Internet appearance to be reworked
As Amiga Inc. announces under the title link, the company's website will get reworked soon. (snx) (Translation: wk)

[News message: 12. Feb. 2005, 11:53] [Comments: 0]
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