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04.06.05 19:30

2386 Postings, 5969 Tage xpfuture@hy boxer

Jep, da hast du recht.

Mal schau´n wie weit die Aktie läuft. Rechne am Montag bei den Amis allerdings mit einer kleinen Verschnaufspause.

xpfuture  

11.06.05 10:29

214 Postings, 5973 Tage olda@Pacnet Besitzer

10.06.2005 11:01
Pacific Internet Wins Again at Australia's Peak Awards for Customer Service

SINGAPORE, June 10 /Xinhua-PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pacific Internet (Nachrichten) Limited , the largest telco-independent Internet communications service provider by geographic reach in the Asia Pacific region, today announced that its Australian subsidiary has won the prestigious Australian Service Excellence Award in the category of 'National Medium Business' for the second year running. The award is Australia's highest recognition for customer service presented by the Customer Service Institute of Australia (CSIA), the peak customer service organization in the country.

Pacific Internet's win at the national level follows its triumph at the Victoria state last month. Only state-winning companies qualify for the national awards.

Bruce Pyke, Pacific Internet Australia's customer operations director, said, 'By this consecutive win, Pacific Internet has once again demonstrated our quest to provide more than just Internet services. Our value proposition has always been centered around our ability to provide more value to our customers beyond technology and product. These service excellence awards further differentiate our offering and reaffirm our commitment to premium levels of customer service in all areas of our organization.'

Bruce Pyke himself was also awarded the National and Victorian winner in the category of 'Customer Service Manager of the Year' at the awards.

CSIA executive director, Brett Whitford said, 'With customer expectations continually rising, the wider business community is becoming increasingly aware of the value and role that customer service plays in achieving business success.'

'Pacific Internet is a leader in customer service and is a very worthy winner of these awards. The company's achievements in service excellence have shown a true commitment to putting the customer first in today's competitive business climate,' said Whitford.

The criteria for the Australian Service Excellence Awards are based on the International Customer Service Standard (ICSS), a global benchmark for service excellence. In 2003, Pacific Internet Australia was the first Internet communications service provider to achieve this accreditation.

CSIA's state and national Australian Service Excellence Awards showcase organizations across Australia that achieved excellence in service. The state judging process involved a written submission, a site visit, a presentation to a panel of judges and mystery shopping. State winners then qualified for the national awards and were judged by CSIA's national judging committee.

Editors' Notes About Pacific Internet Limited

Pacific Internet Limited is the largest telco-independent Internet Communications Service Provider by geographic reach in the Asia Pacific. The company has operations in Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Australia, India, Thailand and Malaysia.

Pacific Internet (Australia) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Pacific Internet Limited. In May 2005 Pacific Internet was awarded NEXTEP Broadband's most prestigious award: Channel Partner of the Year. In 2004 and 2005, Pacific Internet was recognised as the national and the Victorian winner in the category of Medium Business at the Australian Service Excellence Awards. The company also won an award for 'Providing Leadership in Industry Growth' at SPAN's 2004 Telecommunications Achievement Awards. Late last year, Pacific Internet won an award titled 'Excellence in Telecommunications in the Hunter Valley' at the Australian Telecommunications Users Group (ATUG) Awards Hunter Valley -- 2004.


More information at http://www.pacnet.com/ . Cautionary Statement

Statements made in this press release with respect to Pacific Internet's current plans, estimates, strategies and beliefs and other statements that are not historical facts are forward-looking statements about the future performance of Pacific Internet. Forward-looking statements include but are not limited to those using words such as "may", "might", "seeks", "expects", "anticipates", "estimates", "believes", "projects", "plans", 'strategy", "forecast" and similar expressions. These statements reflect management's expectations and assumptions in light of currently available information. They are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to (i) changes in the economic, regulatory and political environments in the countries where Pacific Internet operates; (ii) changes and developments in technology and the Internet marketplace; (iii) Pacific Internet's continued ability to develop and win acceptance of its products and services, which are offered in highly competitive markets; (iv) the success of its joint ventures and alliances; (v) exchange rates, particularly between the Singapore dollar and the U.S. dollar and other currencies in which Pacific Internet makes significant sales or in which its assets and liabilities are denominated; and (vi) the outcome of contingencies. In light of the many risks and uncertainties surrounding the Internet marketplace, the actual results could differ materially from those discussed in the forward-looking statements. Pacific Internet assumes no obligation to update any such statements.


For further information: Mervin Wang Pacific Internet Limited Office: +65-6771-0780 Mobile: +65-9798-6077 Email: mervin.wang@pacific.net.sg Mark Kollar Cubitt Jacobs & Prosek Office: +1-212-279-3115 (ext 201) Email: mark@cjpcom.com

Gruss Olda

 

11.06.05 15:04

214 Postings, 5973 Tage olda@spaed1

Hallo!
Kannst du uns bitte den letzten Thret uebersestzen:
Danke Olda  

11.06.05 19:51

2386 Postings, 5969 Tage xpfutureIst doch gar nicht so schlecht.

Den Preis nun schon zum zweiten mal in Serie gewonnen. Könnte helfen PCNTF noch populärer zu machen und somit die Umsätze in Australien weiter auszubauen.

@olda: brauchst dir eigentlich nur den ersten Absatz durchlesen - da steht eigentlich alles drin was du wissen willt. (Falls du nicht englisch kannst, extra für dich kurz zusammengefasst: Die haben zum zweiten mal in Folge den "Australian Service Excellence Award" in der Kategorie "National Medium Business" gewonnen. Der Preis ist die größte Auszeichnung für "elektronischen Kundenservice" in Australien.)

xpfuture  

12.06.05 08:54

214 Postings, 5973 Tage olda@xpfuture

Hallo xpfuture.

Du hast Recht ich kann Italienisch,Ladinisch,Latein,Französisch aber leider nicht Englisch ein Manco fuer mich aber es geht wenn man sich an jemanden wenden kann der was Englisch versteht.
Man dankt fuer kurzen Komentar

Gruss Olda  

12.06.05 12:40

2386 Postings, 5969 Tage xpfutureHab mir mal den Chart von PCNTF

wieder mal etwas genauer angeseh´n. Die 7 USD müßten wir unbedingt überwinden, damit es weiter bergauf geh´n kann (dann wäre erstmal Platz bis ca. 9 USD). Leider ist uns der Ausbruch aus dem fallenden Dreieck bis jetzt noch nicht gelungen. Es ist sehr schön zu erkennen, daß der Kurs beim 50% Retrace + oberer Abwärtstrendlinie wieder nach unten abgeprallt ist.

Positiv: Wir könnten uns jedoch im Bereich von USD 5,90 einen erneuter Anstieg freu´n- Aussschlaggebend sollte hier die 50 SMA sowie das 38 Retrace sein.

Es kann natürlich auch alles ander kommen.

@Olda: mach ich doch gern.

xpfuture
 

13.06.05 17:04

77 Postings, 5962 Tage boxer@xpfuture

Na das lässt sich doch mal gut an heute in amiland (+9%), evtl packen wir deine 7 USD schon in den nächsten Tagen, aber die Richtung ist weiterhin intakt.

Grüse
Boxer  

13.06.05 20:01

2386 Postings, 5969 Tage xpfutureSchönes Plus bei PCNTF !!

Leider hängen wir momentan an der 200 SMA fest.

Bin mal gespannt wo die Amis heute schließen!

Wie gesagt die 7 USD sind wichtig - und dann gilt es in keine Bullenfalle zu geraten!!

xpfuture  

14.06.05 07:33

708 Postings, 5624 Tage spead118,48% plus an der Nasdaq

es geht weiter Richtung Norden  

15.06.05 20:40

214 Postings, 5973 Tage oldaPacific Internet

15.06.2005 11:31
Pacific Internet and Sun Microsystems Collaborate To Offer Game Companies Accelerated Market Access in Asia



Games MAP Initiative Provides One-Stop-Shop for Hosting, Distribution, e-Marketing and Billing Services

SINGAPORE, June 15 /Xinhua-PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pacific Internet (Nachrichten) Limited and Sun Microsystems (Nachrichten), today announced a collaboration to bring a groundbreaking market access acceleration program to international games content owners. The program, titled Games Market Access Program, or Games MAP, is scheduled to launch in July 2005.

Games MAP is the first market access acceleration program for games companies with commercially ready-to-deploy digital content for Asian-based gamers. It leverages the unique capabilities of both Pacific Internet and Sun Microsystems and has the support of the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA).

'Today, on top of worrying about competition, game companies have to make decisions on which platforms to run their games, which network providers to use for distribution, how to e-market and bill accurately. There isn't a one-stop-shop service to meet their requirements," said Mr. Tan Tong Hai, President & CEO, Pacific Internet Limited.

The Games MAP initiative was designed specifically to provide one-stop-shop service for game companies. It leverages a robust and scalable platform based on Sun Microsystems' Sun Fire servers and Pacific Internet's regional content distribution network, hosting and billing capabilities. In addition, the program taps on Pacific Internet's existing game community to e-market their games. This way, game companies will be able to focus on their core gaming competencies and accelerate their time-to-market in Asian markets.

With an option of dual-core or single-core AMD Opteron CPUs, Sun Microsystem's Sun Fire servers provide x64 ability with exceptional power and speed with easy scalability. This allows game developers and publishers the ability to effortlessly match the system to their requirements, enabling smooth game play over massive multiplayer online game (MMOG) networks. Sun Fire servers powered by AMD Opteron processors also supports 64-bit and 32-bit applications, and multiple operating systems, offering unprecedented investment protection.

'With Java technology, game developers can now bring their new and innovative online games to market much faster, easier and more cost effectively while still being able to scale infrastructure to meet their needs,' said Mr. Wong Heng Chew, Managing Director, Sun Microsystems, Singapore. 'Sun's expertise in building secure, scalable and robust connected infrastructures and our Java technologies together with Pacific Internet's network reach and customer support would enable game developers and publishers to easily and effectively bring their offerings to the Asian market.'

'IDA supports the collaboration between Pacific Internet and Sun Microsystems in the launch of the Games Market Access Program or Games MAP. Singapore is now equipped to offer game developers and publishers a one-stop deployment solution to access key markets in South East Asia. Games MAP will offer them a full suite of services aimed at providing game companies faster access to market and scalability with cross platform capabilities,' said Mr. Khoong Hock Yun, Assistant Chief Executive, Industry, Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore. 'The fostering of this collaboration reinforces IDA's Digital Exchange initiative in the processing, management and distribution of digital assets through Singapore to Asia,' he added.


Editors' Notes About Pacific Internet Limited

Pacific Internet Limited or PacNet is the largest telco-independent Internet Communications Service Provider by geographic reach in the Asia Pacific region. The company has direct presence in Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Australia, India, Thailand and Malaysia. PacNet delivers a comprehensive suite of Internet data, voice and video services to corporate business and consumer customers. For more information, visit http://www.pacnet.com/ .

About Sun Microsystems, Inc.

Since its inception in 1982, a singular vision -- "The Network Is The Computer" -- has propelled Sun Microsystems, Inc. to its position as a leading provider of industrial-strength hardware, software and services that make the Net work. Sun can be found in more than 100 countries and on the World Wide Web at http://sun.com/ or the Asia South website at http://sun.com.sg/ .

Sun, Sun Microsystems, the Sun logo, Solaris, Java, OpenSolaris, StarOffice and The Network Is The Computer are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other countries.

About Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore

The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) is committed to growing Singapore into a dynamic global infocomm hub. IDA uses an integrated approach to developing infocommunications in Singapore. This involves nurturing a competitive telecoms market as well as a conducive business environment with programmes and schemes for both local and international companies. For more information, visit http://www.idanews.gov.sg/ .

 olda                              

17.06.05 21:33

2386 Postings, 5969 Tage xpfutureUnd wieder "good news"

PacNet Rated 'Investment Grade Company' by DP Information Group
Friday June 17, 7:55 am ET  
Rating Based On Moody's KMV Credit Rating Product

SINGAPORE, June 17 /Xinhua-PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pacific Internet Limited (Nasdaq: PCNTF - News), Asia Pacific's largest telco-independent Internet communications service provider by geographic reach, announced today that it has been rated as an 'Investment Grade Company' by DP Information Group, a leading Singapore-based credit rating company. The rating, which is limited to the top 20 percent of Singapore-based companies, is based on Moody's KMV credit rating product. It is also supported by the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCCI), an internationally established business organization with a membership network comprising more than 100 trade associations and some 4,000 corporate entities and professionals.
Mr. Tan Tong Hai, Pacific Internet's President & CEO, said, ''We are pleased to be named to the inaugural SCCCI-DP Credit Ratings list of Investment Grade Companies. Pacific Internet is among the handful of telcos and mobile operators rated with high credit quality. This rating reaffirms Pacific Internet's strong business fundamentals and the marketplace's continued support of the company.''

xpfuture  

18.06.05 16:34

708 Postings, 5624 Tage spead1hier wieder eine orginelle Übersetzung

leider fehlt der "Muskatellertraube Dennis"
Datum: Juni 17 2005


 
PacNet Nenn' Versicherungsklassifizierungfirma ' durch DPINFORMATIONSGRUPPE

Pazifisches Internet Begrenzt (Nasdaq: PCNTF), Internet-Kommunikationsdiensterbringer Asiens Pazifiks größter telco-unabhängiger durch die geographische Reichweite, heute verkündet, daß es als ' Versicherungsklassifizierungfirma ' von der DPINFORMATIONSGRUPPE veranschlagen worden ist, ein Führen Singapur-gründete Bonitätsbeurteilungsfirma. Die Bewertung, die auf die oberen 20 Prozent Singapur-gegründete Firmen begrenzt wird, basiert auf schwermütigem KMV-Bonitätsbeurteilungsprodukt. Sie wird auch durch die chinesische Handelskammer Singapurs u. Industrie (SCCCI), eine international hergestellte Geschäftsorganisation mit einem Mitgliedschaftsnetz gestützt, das mehr als 100 Geschäftsverbindungen und ca. 4.000 korporative Wesen und Fachleute enthält.

Herr Tan Tong Hai, Präsident des pazifischen Internets u. CEO, gesagt, "wir freuen uns, zur EröffnungsSccci-DP Bonitätsbeurteilungsliste der Versicherungsklassifizierungfirmen genannt zu werden. Pazifisches Internet gehört zu der Handvoll der telcos und der beweglichen Operatoren, die mit hoher Gutschriftqualität veranschlagen werden. Diese Bewertung versichert starke Grundlagen des Geschäftslebens des pazifischen Internets und die anhaltende Unterstützung des Marktes der Firma."nochmals,

 

28.06.05 11:00

77 Postings, 5962 Tage boxer@all

Pacific Internet Announces Changes to Senior Management Team

SINGAPORE, June 28 /Xinhua-PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pacific Internet (Nachrichten) Limited , Asia Pacific's largest telco-independent Internet communications service provider by geographic reach, announced today the appointment of Mr Lawrence Ang as Chief Information Officer. Mr Ang has more than 18 years of experience in business IT, project management and process improvements initiatives in the Internet, banking and automotive industries.

Prior to joining Pacific Internet, Mr Ang was the Regional Chief Information Officer of DaimlerChrysler Services Africa & Asia Pacific in the Financial Services Division, responsible for regional IT governance, strategy, project and resource management for 12 countries in the Asia Pacific and Africa regions. He has also worked with United Bank Limited, DBS Securities Singapore Pte Ltd, Deutsche Morgan Grenfell and Deutsche Bank AG.

In addition, Mr Tay Kuan Ming, the head of Group Finance and acting CFO will leave the Company on 29 June 2005. The Company is actively considering candidates to fill the vacancy. Mr Tan Tong Hai, Pacific Internet's President and CEO will oversee the corporate finance function until a permanent replacement is named. In the interim, senior members of the finance team will take on various operational responsibilities for the corporate finance function. The Company is confident that the position of CFO will be filled by the third quarter of 2005.

Grüsse
Boxer  

30.06.05 11:19

77 Postings, 5962 Tage boxer@all

Pacific Internet Connects 46 Stores for Fantastic Furniture Across Australia

Pacific Internet Limited (NASDAQ: PCNTF) today announced that its fully owned subsidiary in Australia, Pacific Internet (Australia) Pty Limited, has won a tender to connect 46 Fantastic Furniture (ASX: Fantastic Holdings Limited) stores to a secure broadband private network. Pacific Internet was selected by Fantastic Furniture because of its substantial retail experience and ability to deliver a solution and post-implementation service.

"We were impressed with Pacific Internet's experience in the retail industry combined with their ability to tailor a connectivity solution that met all our needs. Their detailed project implementation process ensured all stores were connected without hassles, and on time," said Peter Vernon, IT Manager, Fantastic Furniture.

"With our new broadband private network that connects 46 stores in different states across Australia, we can now supply remote IT support and also access stores' stock and accounting systems from head office in Chester Hill, Sydney. We also plan to introduce a centralized email system and an intranet for increased store and head office productivity.?

"A major benefit of the solution is Pacific Internet's Quality of Service (QoS) that ensures all of these latency sensitive applications receive traffic prioritization," said Vernon.

Dennis Muscat, Managing Director, Pacific Internet (Australia), said, "Retail is one of our areas of expertise, and we find that Australian chains are quickly recognizing the huge efficiency and communication benefits associated with linking up multiple locations to a secure private network."

Security was also a concern for Fantastic Furniture and Pacific Internet now provides a centrally located and managed Cisco firewall that scans data before being fed into the Fantastic Furniture network.

"Pacific Internet's managed firewall detects malicious intrusions and viruses at a network level before it can even reach our stores. We feel comfortable knowing that our customer and business information is protected," said Vernon.

Vernon said their new Pacific Internet broadband private network will assist in the improvement of information transfer between the group's divisions.

Grüsse
Boxer  

06.07.05 08:15

214 Postings, 5973 Tage olda@alle

06.07.2005 01:08
Pacific Internet Announces Change of Shareholders And Appointment of New Directors

SINGAPORE, July 5 /Xinhua-PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pacific Internet (Nachrichten) Limited , the largest telco-independent Internet Communications Service Provider in Asia-Pacific in terms of geographic reach, today announced that Kingsville Capital Limited, a special-purpose vehicle representing a group of investors put together by Titan Capital, has completed its acquisition of SembCorp Industries Ltd's stake in Pacific Internet. Kingsville had purchased from SembCorp, 3,829,373 ordinary shares of par value S$2.00 each or approximately 28.8% of Pacific Internet's total outstanding shares at US$7.00 per share. The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore has approved the acquisition.

Mr Tan Bien Kiat, Managing Director of Titan Capital said, "We are pleased to complete the acquisition of Pacific Internet shares from SembCorp. Pacific Internet has an excellent management team that turned the company around from a loss-making situation to a profitable one amidst a very competitive environment. In addition, PacNet has a sustainable and financially viable business model, and its growth strategy is well on track.'

Appointment of New Directors

As a result of the successful transaction, SembCorp's representatives on the Pacific Internet Board, namely Ms Low Sin Leng who is also the present Chairman of the Board, and Ms Chong Phit Lian, will both relinquish their directorships. Concurrently, the Board has appointed Mr Tan Bien Kiat as Director and Chairman of the Board and Mr Chew Hai Chwee as Director. With the latest appointments, the company maintains a nine-member Board of Directors, of which six Directors are independent.

'On behalf of the Board and Management, I would like to thank Ms Low and Ms Chong for their contributions and dedicated service during the past years. In particular, Ms Low's leadership as Chairman has been outstanding and was crucial in steering the company on a continuing growth path,' said Mr Tan.

Editor's Note: Background of New Directors Mr Tan Bien Kiat, Director and Chairman of the Board

Mr Tan is the Managing Director of Titan Capital, a boutique investment firm. He was previously Managing Director of Newbridge Capital Asia, a leading private equity firm in Asia, where he had overall responsibility for Southeast Asia, India and Australia. Mr. Tan had previously ran a major Southeast Asian conglomerate, and was a Principal in US strategy consulting firms Booz Allen Hamilton and AT Kearney.

Mr Chew Hai Chwee, Director

Mr Chew has considerable experience in international finance, building shareholder value, and introducing innovative business processes to enhance profitability. He was the Chief Operating Officer of Country Foods Pte Ltd, a subsidiary of Singapore Airport Terminal Services (SATS). Prior to that, he was the Chief Financial Officer for Delifrance Asia Limited. Mr Chew spent 15 years working for US and Asian multinational companies where he was responsible for regional finance and operations.

About Pacific Internet Limited

Pacific Internet Limited or PacNet is the largest telco-independent Internet Communications Service Provider by geographic reach in the Asia Pacific region. The company has direct presence in Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Australia, India, Thailand and Malaysia. PacNet delivers a comprehensive suite of Internet data, voice and video services to corporate business and consumer customers. For further information visit http://www.pacnet.com/ .

Olda

 

06.07.05 14:43

214 Postings, 5973 Tage oldaPacific Internet


Hong Kong > Tech & IT

Pacific Internet launches 10GB e-mail service in Hong Kong market

05/07/2005 by Parthajit



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Pacific Internet (Hong Kong) Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pacific Internet Limited, announced the launch of gigamail@biz, the first 10GB e-mail service in the Hong Kong marketplace. Pacific Internet (Hong Kong) Limited has developed this service to provide corporate businesses with significant e-mail storage space and flexible account administration.

gigamail@biz is a claimed to be a highly flexible e-mail service with a large e-mail storage capacity and a web-based account management interface. Through gigamail@biz, a company's in-house administrator can log in through the administration interface to create or delete e-mail accounts, set e-mail aliases, assign e-mail storage, and customise the system according to specific preferences.

Pacific Internet provides users with a virtual e-mail server solution, which includes features such as customisable domain names, e-mail administration interfaces, and web mail with a built-in company e-mail directory. The solution also includes constant and proactive monitoring service with 24 x 7 technical support.
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06.07.05 17:38

214 Postings, 5973 Tage olda@spaed1

Hallo!!!!
Bist du noch daa?
Du fehlst uns mit deinen origenellen Uebersetzungen!!!!!

Gruss Olda  

25.07.05 20:57

2386 Postings, 5969 Tage xpfutureDa bin ich mal gespannt!

Pacific Internet Limited to Report Second Quarter 2005 Financial Results
Monday July 25, 12:20 am ET

SINGAPORE, July 25 /Xinhua-PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pacific Internet Limited (Nasdaq: PCNTF - News), the largest telco-independent Internet Communications Service Provider by geographic reach in the Asia Pacific region, plans to issue its second quarter 2005 earnings release on 2 August 2005 (US Eastern Time) / 3 August 2005 (Singapore Time).

xpfuture  

26.07.05 16:48

77 Postings, 5962 Tage boxer@xpfuture

..ich auch, und vor allem wird interessant, ob mal wieder alle abwarten und dann auf den fahrenden zug aufspringen, oder "clevere" dabei sind und sich vorher eindecken.

In diesem Sinne frohes Traden

Boxer  

26.07.05 21:04

214 Postings, 5973 Tage oldaPac Net

26.07.2005 11:05
Pacific Internet Partners with Optus to Meet Growing Business Demand for Premium Broadband

SINGAPORE, July 26 /Xinhua-PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pacific Internet (Nachrichten) Limited , Asia Pacific's largest telco-independent Internet Communications Service Provider by geographic reach announced that its Australian subsidiary, Pacific Internet (Australia), is meeting growing demand for its Premium Broadband DSL offering by partnering with Optus. The deal expands geographic reach of Pacific Internet Australia's existing range by 45%, making its popular premium grade broadband available to more Australian businesses than ever before.

Dennis Muscat, Pacific Internet Australia's managing director, said: "Over the past 12 months we've experienced a 40% increase in uptake for our Premium Broadband DSL connectivity as technically advanced Australian small and medium businesses look beyond the regular DSL network for enhanced speeds and performance assurances. We're pleased to see businesses running mission critical broadband applications, such as private networks and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), now adopting more sophisticated broadband."

"By partnering with Optus, we can now offer customers access to a very large premium network in Australia, reaching the majority of Australian businesses with significant coverage across capital cities and key regional centers," he said.

David Katz, Director of Sales, Optus Wholesale, said Optus is pleased to be working with Pacific Internet to provide affordable high-speed business class broadband access services to Australian businesses.

"Broadband is a key aspect to businesses working smarter and when compared to standard DSL, Optus' premium network offers significant performance advantages," he said.

NEC NEXTEP Broadband, Pacific Internet's integral premium wholesale provider since May 2002, will continue to provide connectivity for its premium Broadband DSL offering.

"Pacific Internet is a telco-independent Internet communications service provider and our strategy involves working with best-of-breed wholesale partners to offer comprehensive broadband connectivity options," said Muscat.

Optus' infrastructure has been integrated into Pacific Internet's existing Premium Broadband DSL range, with NEC NEXTEP's. Customer's site locations together with their speed and contention ratio selections determine which wholesalers' network is used.

Pacific Internet's business consultants design solutions for customers' individual needs. The plans feature speeds from 512K/256K up to 4Mb/512K for ADSL services and 512K/512K up to 2Mb/2Mb for SHDSL services. The contention ratios range from 1:1 up to 20:1. A range of packages have been created from 10GB of data with affordable excess options. Most services come with a Service Level Agreements (SLA) of 99.9% and a small number of plans come with a SLA of 99.2%. A range of customization options and value added services, such as Traffic Prioritization for latency sensitive applications, are also available.

Editor's Note: About Pacific Internet Limited

Pacific Internet Limited or PacNet is the largest telco- independent Internet Communications Service Provider by geographic reach in the Asia Pacific region. The company has direct presence in Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Australia, India, Thailand and Malaysia. PacNet delivers a comprehensive suite of Internet data, voice and video services to corporate business and consumer customers. For more information, visit http://www.pacnet.com/ .

Cautionary Statement

Statements made in this press release with respect to Pacific Internet's current plans, estimates, strategies and beliefs and other statements that are not historical facts are forward-looking statements about the future performance of Pacific Internet. Forward-looking statements include but are not limited to those using words such as "may", "might", "seeks", "expects", "anticipates", "estimates", "believes", "projects", "plans", 'strategy", "forecast" and similar expressions. These statements reflect management's expectations and assumptions in light of currently available information. They are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to (i) changes in the economic, regulatory and political environments in the countries where Pacific Internet operates; (ii) changes and developments in technology and the Internet marketplace; (iii) Pacific Internet's continued ability to develop and win acceptance of its products and services, which are offered in highly competitive markets; (iv) the success of its joint ventures and alliances; (v) exchange rates, particularly between the Singapore dollar and the U.S. dollar and other currencies in which Pacific Internet makes significant sales or in which its assets and liabilities are denominated; and (vi) the outcome of contingencies. In light of the many risks and uncertainties surrounding the Internet marketplace, the actual results could differ materially from those discussed in the forward-looking statements. Pacific Internet assumes no obligation to update any such statements.


For further information: Mervin Wang Pacific Internet Limited Office: +65-6771-0780 Mobile: +65-9798-6077 Email: mervin.wang@pacific.net.sg Alan Katz Cubitt Jacobs&Prosek Office: +1-212-279-3115 (ext 211) Email: alan@cjpcom.com





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29.07.05 15:50

2386 Postings, 5969 Tage xpfutureIch kann einfach nicht verstehen warum

die Aktie nicht richtig anspringt!!!!

Hier gibt´s doch viele Vorteile gegenüber anderen Telcos - der Internetboom ist zwar vorbei, allerdings gibt´s in manchen Bereich (Asien, Australien) sicher noch genügend Wachstumsperspekiven. Das ist aber sicher nicht alles:

+ Viel Cash
+ Gute Marktposition
+ Positive Nachrichtenlage
+ Gutes Management
+ Sehr gute Geschäftszahlen (konnten immer wieder die Erwartungen des Marktes übertreffen)
+ Aktie ist auf derzeitigen Niveau gegenüber anderen Telcos äußerst güntig


- Negatives fällt mir eigentlich auf die schnelle nichts ein - außer man bezieht den Kursverlauf mit ein.

xpfuture  

03.08.05 16:35

77 Postings, 5962 Tage boxer918895Posts the 14th Consecutive Quarter of Profit

Pacific Internet Posts the 14th Consecutive Quarter of Profits

The financial statement amounts in this report are in conformity with US GAAP.

For convenience, the company?s functional currency, the Singapore dollar, has been translated into US dollar amounts at the exchange rate of S$1.6868 to US$1.00. [Conversion rate as at 30 June 2005 from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York]

Financial Highlights for Second Quarter 2005

Net income of US$1.6 million (12 cents per diluted share), up 8.1% year-on-year; up 48.5% quarter-on-quarter.
Corporate business segment revenue of US$16.4 million, up 10.4% year-on-year and up 7.0% quarter-on-quarter, driven by the Group?s focus on the corporate business market.
Cash and cash equivalents grew to US$36.7 million.
SINGAPORE, 3 August 2005 --- Pacific Internet Limited or PacNet (NASDAQ: PCNTF), Asia Pacific?s largest telco-independent Internet Communications Service Provider by geographic reach, today announced its financial results for the second quarter that ended 30 June 2005. The Group posted its 14th consecutive quarter of profit, with net income rising 8.1% from the same quarter last year to US$1.6 million. This was also 48.5% higher than the previous quarter.

?Our positive financial results in the last 14 quarters have demonstrated Pacific Internet?s ability to perform strongly and consistently,? said Mr Tan Tong Hai, President and CEO of Pacific Internet. ?We are pleased with the progress of our corporate business-focused strategy, which has gained momentum and contributed to our growth in the second quarter. Contribution from corporate business revenue this quarter was the highest in the last 14 quarters, driven by stronger corporate broadband and corporate value-added service performances.?


Second Quarter 2005 Financial Results

Table 1: Summary of Quarterly Financial Results

Group (in US$'000)
2Q 2005
2Q 2004
1Q 2005

Revenues
25,152
25,494 24,328
Total Operating Costs and Expenses
23,410 23,523 22,972
Operating Income
1,742 1,971 1,356
Net income
1,569 1,451 1,058

Table 2: Summary of Year-to-Date Financial Results

Group (in US$ millions)
Six months ended June 30

2005
2004

Revenues
49,480 50,424
Total Operating Costs and Expenses
46,382 47,615
Operating Income
3,098 2,809
Net Income
2,627 2,377

Table 3: Subscriber Statistics

Country Corporate Broadband
Leased lines
Corporate Dial-Up
Corporate Value Added Services Corporate
Business Total

Singapore
6,650  530 6,800 670 14,650
Australia 9,920  170 350 11,750 22,190
Hong Kong
12,250  200  51,430 2,120 66,000
Philippines
190  190 360 30  770
Malaysia
-  40  10  30  80
Thailand
380  450  180  130  1,140
India -  100 100 100 300
Total
(as at Jun 2005)
29,390  1,680 59,230 14,830 105,130
Total
(as at Jun 2004)
21,450  1,520 59,470 12,820  95,260
  Consumer Total Broadband & Dial-Up
Grand Total

134,900  149,550
39,560  61,750
24,260  90,260
92,590  93,360
-  80
11,680  12,820
800  1,100
303,790  408,920
377,370  472,630


Note:

- All numbers rounded to the nearest 10.
- Total subscriber reduction was due to consumer subscriber decline. Corporate subscriber base continues to grow in line with the Group?s focus in the corporate business segment

Revenues
Revenue in the second quarter increased 3.4% to US$25.2 million quarter-on-quarter. It was level compared to the same quarter last year.

The Group continued to register growth as it shifts its focus towards the corporate business segment. Corporate business registered revenue of US$16.4 million, a 7.0% improvement quarter-on-quarter and 10.4% growth year-on-year. The Group is targeting for the higher-margin corporate business to outpace lowering contributions from the volume-based consumer segment.

From a product line perspective, broadband revenue grew 6.0% year-on-year to US$12.5 million. The increase was driven by the corporate broadband business which grew 17.5% year-on-year and contributed 68.9% of total broadband revenue. Corporate broadband growth was primarily from the small-and-medium sized business (SMBs) segment. SMBs are using more corporate broadband services in view of higher bandwidth and competitive pricing compared to other corporate connectivity offerings such as lower-end leased lines.

Along with the migration trend from lower-end leased line to corporate broadband, general pricing for leased lines have become more competitive. Leased lines revenue in the second quarter grew 2.7% to US$3.2 million year-on-year.

Value Added Services (VAS) sales continued to strengthen in the second quarter, posting a 14.8% growth year-on-year. In line with the focus in the corporate business segment, 86.8% of total VAS revenue was from corporate businesses. Corporate VAS grew by 19.5% year-on-year.


Net Income
Second quarter net income was US$1.6 million (or 12 cents per diluted share). This was an 8.1% growth year-on-year and a 48.5% growth quarter-on-quarter.

The higher net income was mainly due to stronger corporate business growth and lower operating expenses.


Operating Costs and Expenses
Gross margin was maintained at over 54% as the Group continues to effectively manage its telecommunications cost of sales.

There was no change in staff costs. Sales and marketing expenses were lower by 13.6%, which is in line with the Group?s corporate business-skewed customer mix. Other general-and-administrative expenses increased by 5.6% year-on-year primarily due to consultancy fees relating to Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and business development.



Cash Flow and Cash Balance
In the second quarter, the Group recorded a net cash deficit of about US$0.6 million. Although the Group generated cash of US$1.6 million from operating activities for the quarter, US$2.2 million was used on investing activities, mainly on acquisition of the wireless spectrum license in Singapore and fixed assets. Another US$0.1 million was used in financing activities primarily for repayment of capital leases in this quarter. As of June 30, 2005, the Group held cash and cash equivalents of US$36.7 million compared to US$31.3 million a year ago.



Additional Business Highlights

Securing of wireless spectrum rights from the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) to deploy wireless broadband and fixed wireless services in Singapore.
Collaboration with Sun Microsystems and the IDA to launch a groundbreaking games market access program, ?Games MAP?, to international content providers seeking to deliver gaming content in Asia.
Partnership with the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing to offer broadband services to the healthcare community as part of the country?s Broadband for Health Program.
Awarded the Australian Service Excellence Award in the category of ?National Medium Business? for the second consecutive year. The award is Australia?s highest recognition for customer service presented by the Customer Service Institute of Australia (CSIA).
Launch of a wireless hotspot service across Hong Kong for mobile workers and travelers.


 

03.08.05 19:35

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12.08.05 20:21

2386 Postings, 5969 Tage xpfuturePacific Internet Teams Up With Cisco

to Offer Australia's First Integrated Connectivity and Security Solution for SMBs
Friday August 12, 12:01 am ET

SINGAPORE, Aug. 12 /Xinhua-PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pacific Internet Limited (Nasdaq: PCNTF - News), Asia Pacific's largest telco-independent Internet Communications Service Provider by geographic reach, today announced that its fully-owned Australian subsidiary, Pacific Internet (Australia), has inked an agreement with Cisco Systems® to offer Australia's first managed, end-to-end IP connectivity and security service for small-and-medium businesses (SMBs).
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Pacific Internet (Australia) managing director Dennis Muscat said, ''This solution gives Australian businesses the power to take their networks to the next level, where security is increased and productivity is improved.

''PacNet SecureSite solution is based on the Cisco integrated services router, and was designed to remove prohibitive setup costs which have prevented the take-up of high-quality networks in the past. The monthly fee features entry level pricing from $220 per site which includes access, Cisco hardware, support and monitoring.

''Strategically, this level of service is where Pacific Internet has been aiming for the past few years. We believe our 20,000 SMB customers will find PacNet SecureSite an attractive offering. Ultimately, it is managed services that deliver efficiencies that will ensure their business success in the future,'' he said.

Cisco® Australia and New Zealand managing director Ross Fowler said, ''Pacific Internet is the first ISP we've teamed up with to deliver a fully managed security and connectivity bundle at this price point. We're excited about the impact this solution will make in the SMB space, which has been an area of focus for Cisco Australia for some time now. The outstanding benefit of this solution and the reason we believe it will be so successful is that previously, this level of service was only available to enterprises.''

Said Muscat, ''The Cisco-based PacNet Secure Site allows SMBs to deploy a complete and simple package delivering network security, future proofing and business grade connectivity. The integrated services router-based solution also gives Pacific Internet customers the flexibility to grow their network, enabling them to roll out services such as VoIP and highly secure wireless access.''

Pacific Internet will offer Cisco 800 and 1800 series integrated services routers as customer premise devices, providing a range of security services which reduce the amount of work and maintenance customers have to perform. The integrated services router security services include enterprise grade stateful inspection firewalling and an inline intrusion protection system with dynamic signature updates to help ensure that customer networks are protected from the latest known malicious attacks.

PacNet SecureSite will constantly monitor and manage customer's networks. For setup and ongoing network management, customers receive pre-configured Cisco integrated services routers and can contact the Pacific Internet's technical team to change their router configurations. In the event of a network outage or security breach, the solution's round-the-clock monitoring means that clients can be notified via e-mail and SMS. Furthermore, with built-in failover customers can be automatically cut over to a dial-up connection, reducing network downtime. Additionally, by deploying PacNet SecureSite, businesses will benefit from Pacific Internet's ongoing updates and reviews of security measures.

Pacific Internet undertook six months of intensive trials and testing to develop this solution for its business customer base.

The two companies have built a strong relationship over the past two years. Pacific Internet supplies Cisco with a teleworking solution that connects 125 of Cisco employees on high-speed and high-data Pacific Internet broadband plans. Moreover, Pacific Internet is one of the few ISPs that is certified under the Cisco Partner Program, with several employees who are Cisco certified.

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17.08.05 19:02

2386 Postings, 5969 Tage xpfutureStrong buy rating

Ein Auszug aus dem yahoo-board:

Current Vector Vest Rating:
Business: PACIFIC INTERNET LTD, (PCNTF) provides Internet access as well as Web hosting, Web design and consultancy for both consumers and corporate users, mainly in the Asia Pacific market. The company also offers e-mail paging and other value-added services.

Price: PCNTF closed on 8/12/2005 at $6.12 per share

Value: Value is a measure of a stock's current worth.  PCNTF has a current Value of $10.17 per share. Therefore, it is undervalued compared to its Price of $6.12 per share.  Value is computed from forecasted earnings per share, forecasted earnings growth, profitability, interest, and inflation rates. Value increases when earnings, earnings growth rate and profitability increase, and when interest and inflation rates decrease. VectorVest advocates the purchase of undervalued stocks. At some point in time, a stock's Price and Value always will converge.

RV (Relative Value): RV is an indicator of long-term price appreciation potential. PCNTF has an RV of 1.40, which is excellent on a scale of 0.00 to 2.00. This indicator is far superior to a simple comparison of Price and Value because it is computed from an analysis of projected price appreciation three years out, AAA Corporate Bond Rates, and risk. RV solves the riddle of whether it is preferable to buy High growth, High P/E stocks, or Low growth, Low P/E stocks. VectorVest favors the purchase of stocks with RV ratings above 1.00.

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