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Bosch Security Systems Dinion HD day and night IP camera

22 September, 2011 by

The Dinion HD is a 1080p day/night IP camera. It combines full HD resolution images with low light operation and colour reproduction.

Pharmacy keeps watchful IP eye on retail outlets

20 September, 2011

As part of a major security system expansion, Chemist Warehouse has deployed IP network cameras to monitor its expanding Australian retail network, in order to comply with the strict regulatory requirements of the Australian pharmaceutical industry.

Internode demos fetchtv over the NBN

16 September, 2011

ISP Internode became the first company to deliver the fetchtv IPTV service over the NBN, when it showcased the service at the nation’s first broad-acre NBN deployment located at Doonside, in Sydney’s west.

Telcos should exploit Australian business video market

17 June, 2011 by Claudio Castelli*

Australian businesses are eager for business video services. Ovum analyst Claudio Castelli reckons this presents telcos with a market that is growing and so far untapped, and recommends they move to exploit it.

Polycom Accordent Media Services hosted on Windows Azure platform

19 May, 2011 by

Polycom’s Accordent Media Services, a cloud service hosted on the Windows Azure platform, enables users to rapidly and cost-effectively deploy a single, secure, searchable video content management solution for all their video assets - from shareholder meetings, to routine video calls between end points or end-user desktops.

Axis M11-E outdoor-ready fixed cameras

22 April, 2011 by

The easy-to-install M11-E outdoor-ready fixed cameras support HDTV video quality and are available with a choice of CS-mount lenses. They are suitable for monitoring office buildings, gates, retail stores and service stations.

HD videoconferencing for translating service

07 April, 2011

ONCALL Interpreters and Translators Agency (ONCALL) provides high-quality conference interpreting and translating services worldwide.

Rural health alliance turns to videoconferencing

06 April, 2011

The Grampians Rural Health Alliance (GRHA), situated in Western Victoria, comprises 12 hospital-based health services, four bush nursing centres and several stand-alone community health centres. It supports improved regional health outcomes by providing technology, applications and communications solutions to connect the region’s health services.

LifeSize Video Center HD mobile device video content streaming

14 March, 2011 by

LifeSize, a division of Logitech, has announced HD video content streaming on mobile devices using LifeSize Video Center. Users can benefit from greater communication reach and flexibility by using HD video streaming, recording and auto-publishing to make video content available to teams working remotely on mobile devices, such as iPads and iPhones.

Doctors go bush on video

08 December, 2010

Telstra has launched a high-definition videoconferencing solution which will provide more than 6.5 million regional and rural Australians greater access to care from city health professionals.

Banana Shire reaps benefits from videoconferencing

04 November, 2010

The Banana Shire Council  has reduced its carbon footprint and realised significant time, cost and collaboration benefits using Polycom’s HD videoconferencing systems.

Mercy Health improves communications with videoconferencing

12 October, 2010

Mercy Health and Aged Care Central Queensland Limited is a Catholic provider of health and aged care services with hospitals and aged care facilities in Queensland. The organisation has installed LifeSize HD videoconferencing solutions in six of its facilities and is already reaping the benefits of enhanced internal communication, collaboration, improved work/life balance and safety for its employees.

Video drives IT budget further

08 October, 2010 by Merri Mack

Steve Pascoe knows full well what a gift a cochlear implant is having received a bilateral cochlear implant a few years ago. Now working as the Information Technology and Communications Manager for the Sydney Cochlear Implant Centre (SCIC), he is determined to use technology in the most efficient way in a quest to help more people to receive the necessary services to support successful cochlear implants.

Collaboration supports the business

08 September, 2010 by Merri Mack

Christopher Johnson’s insatiable interest in technology has not waned since he was a child. In fact, Johnson thinks he was born with zeros and ones in his blood. Now the CIO for Parsons Brinckerhoff Australia-Pacific (PB A-P) and part of its leadership team, Johnson is less interested in specific technology and more focused on how technology can support business. That’s not to say that he has given up on researching (and occasionally ‘playing with’) leading-edge technology, as his peers will attest.

Helios 2N Model 9137160CKDE video and voice door controller

18 June, 2010

The 2N Helios controller is an advanced IP video and phone door control system based on the SIP standard.

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