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Archive 'News from the business world'


05.May 2004
ANN (Website)


Anachronism Industries/Matay: Prometheus price reduction, RTL8029 source GPLed
Anachronism Industries has reduced the price for the PCI bridge "Prometheus" for Zorro III Amigas. Additionally Matay put the sources for the RTL8029 network adapter driver under the GPL. (snx) (Translation: ub)

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01.May 2004
Darek Smietana / Jens Schönfeld (ANF)


EU eastward enlargement: Customer information by Elbox and Individual Computers
On the occasion of the European Union's eastward enlargement by ten countries today, the companies Elbox and Individual Computers inform their customers about its effects on future orders.


Elbox in the European Union

We are very happy that now we are in the European Union!

Today, customs borderlines disappear between Poland and: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom.

What does this mean for our customers?

Now our packages will reach you even faster!
Also, prices for shipment are definitely lower, starting from EUR 10.00 for customers from EU!

Check it for yourself...
Visit our Online Store at http://shop.elbox.com.

With best wishes,
Elbox Computer Team


Individual Computers welcomes the new member states of the EU

The European Union got ten new member states today. The new states Cyprus, Czechia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia together have about 74 million citizens who's everyday life will most probably not change significantly. We want to spare you the polemics that's seen on all media today and point to an EU-directive that affects every EU citizen when shopping in other countries. Shopping on the Internet is either done with credit cards, PayPal or bank transfers. Customers from many of the new EU member states are not accepted by PayPal, and credit cards are not very popular in eastern Europe, so the only thing left is a bank transfer for mail-ordered goods from other EU states.

EU-directive 2001/C 363/01 (PDF) applies to these cases. It states that cross-border transfers within the EU may not be more expensive than domestic transfers, provided that the currency is EUR, the BIC/IBAN numbers are used (international account data), and the transfer has been entered online. This also applies to the states that haven't introduced the EUR currency yet. It works fine in Sweden for example, but some British banks prefer not to tell their customers about this directive, and charge high international fees.

Sometimes banks try to trick their customers into making a traditional SWIFT transfer by handing them outdated forms. This transfer method still works fine, but the sender bank and the beneficiary bank deduct fairly high fees from the amount. Since the EU directive does not apply to this older transfer method, the fees are justified. You should insist on electronic access to your account, so you can take advantage from this EU-directive. (snx)

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01.May 2004
ANN (website)


Directory Opus: Amiga source codes for sale again
As Dr. Greg Perry of GPSoftware informs on the official support mailing list for Directory Opus 5 the source code of the Amiga version of the file manager is for sale again after the former agreement with Hyperion has been officially finished in the meantime. (snx) (Translation: wk)

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22.Apr.2004
ANN (Website)


Genesi named Hewlett-Packard Business Development Partner
According to a press release by Genesi, Hewlett-Packard has named the Luxembourgish computer manufacturer a Business Development Partner.

The press release continues: "Genesi will be offering HP products with the Open Desktop Workstation and the associated server and thin client configurations based on the PegasosPPC. HP Technology Solutions and Tool and Office Template Support will be offered in conjunction with Genesi products." (snx)

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