Video over IP phone

02 April, 2009

The E20 video VoIP phone is intended to replace the standard office phone in enterprises.

AT&T will spend a billion dollars

01 April, 2009 by

Last year, AT&T invested US$1 billion in effecting its transition to a network solutions company and this year it will invest the same amount. Telepresence is just one of the areas that the company will focus on.

Enterprise IP phone with HD voice

01 April, 2009 by

Alloy has released the SIP-T28P enterprise IP phone. Powered by the TI Titan chipset, the feature-rich SIP-T28P offers a range of features.

Pure IP communication solution

01 April, 2009 by

Aria Technologies has launched the iPECS-50 Pure IP communication solution.

Weatherproof VoIP telephones

01 April, 2009 by

GAI-Tronics VoIP telephones offer direct connection to LAN or WAN via RJ45 connector.

IP telephony for tank manufacturer

20 March, 2009

Action Tank Industries, a manufacturer of water tanks, has deployed a new telephone system.

Videoconferencing solves a health delivery dilemma

20 March, 2009

When you run a consulting business that services over four million people and your practice spans 1.7 million kilometres you are going to need some help, especially if, in addition to cities and towns, that area includes a mix of wilderness, remote locales and islands. When your business is an essential public service, the problem is compounded by the need to provide equitable access for all regardless of their location.

Credit union unifies comms

20 March, 2009

New England Credit Union (NECU) will soon deploy a unified communications solution in order to improve customer service and reduce operating costs.

Airline launches communications infrastructure

20 March, 2009

Virgin Blue is set to deploy a unified communications system to improve its customer service, as part of its New World Carrier strategy.

Aussies pay too much for roaming

20 March, 2009 by

A report into international mobile roaming has been released.

Printer company embraces local VoIP system

13 March, 2009

After a thorough evaluation of the various VoIP products on the market, including those from the well-known multinational hardware and software vendors, Japanese office machine manufacturer/distributor Kyocera-Mita Australia has chosen CloudWare’s SoftBX Windows telephony software for its nationwide VoIP platform rollout.

OfficeMax consolidates voice and data network

13 March, 2009

OfficeMax, one of the world’s largest office product supply companies with a major B2B presence in the Australian market, has deployed a new unified communications network from Nortel with the intention of cutting costs, improving its environmental credentials and taking its customer service standards to the next level.

Shoalhaven deploys IP telephony

13 March, 2009

The Shoalhaven City Council in New South Wales has selected an Interactive Intelligence solution as its unified communications platform following a competitive tender process administered by PABX Advisory Services Pty Ltd for the GCT-T5 Tender.

Salvos adopt on-demand IP telephony

13 March, 2009

With a mission that spreads across every facet of social welfare, The Salvation Army Australia Eastern Territory (The Salvation Army AUE) has more than 350 diverse sites across New South Wales, ACT and Queensland.

Telstra's cable broadband speeds to get faster

10 March, 2009 by

Telstra unveils super-fast cable broadband with Melbourne first in line to get the service.

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