Arrow Energy builds converged network

08 September, 2009 by

Arrow Energy, an Australian integrated energy company with access to more than 80,000 square kilometres of coal seam gas acreage close to Queensland’s three key markets - Brisbane, Townsville and Gladstone - has aggressive plans to achieve year-on-year growth of 100% for the next few years.

Telstra and Microsoft add breakthrough services to portfolio

08 September, 2009 by

Telstra and Microsoft have unveiled Australia's first hosted IP telephony service integrated with Microsoft Office Communications Server (OCS).

PMG ups the ante for sports broadcasting with Nextgen

07 September, 2009 by

Nextgen Networks has secured a multimillion-dollar deal to directly connect Premier Media Group (PMG), owner of Fox Sports, to prime sporting venues located in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Newcastle, Gosford, Canberra, Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

Orange Business Services videoconferencing

17 August, 2009 by

Orange Business Services has launched Open Videopresence, a videoconferencing service compatible with all existing networks (IPVPN, internet, ISDN), types of vendors and equipment. It is a simple service with guaranteed quality of support, including a full-time multilingual helpdesk. It also has an auto start on each videoconferencing terminal making it easy for all participants to connect.

Webcam series

17 August, 2009

Logitech has introduced five webcams that are all ready to work with Vid. The webcams include the C600, C500, C300, C250 and C200.

Teachers Credit Union deploys unified communications

17 August, 2009 by

Australia’s second-largest credit union, the Teachers Credit Union, has deployed a 126-seat unified communications call centre solution from Interactive Intelligence. The Interactive Intelligence Customer Interaction Centre (CIC) application suite provides a multimedia contact centre capability which is being used to manage communications across five locations in New South Wales, Canberra and Perth.

ACOMM Awards 2009

07 August, 2009 by

The ACOMM 2009 category award winners were Dialogue Communications/Singtel Optus, iiNet, Internode, Leopard Labs, Telstra Enterprise & Government and Truman Hoyle.

World-first trials of next-generation transmission

04 August, 2009 by

Telstra and Nortel have successfully completed trials of next-generation 100 Gbps and 40 Gbps transmission over the longest distances ever attempted.

VoIP to GSM cellular gateway

03 August, 2009 by

The MultiVOIP GSM SIP-to-Cellular gateway routes voice calls between IP-PBX based telephone systems and GSM networks.

MPEG-4 video surveillance

22 July, 2009

Mitsubishi Electric has released its range of MPEG-4 digital video recorders, the DX-TL304E, DX-TL308E and DX-TL5716E models which provide 24/7 video surveillance in a package that enables the flexibility to handle any type of installation.

VoIP-based PABX

17 July, 2009

The Matrix Eternity GE PABX is a modular design that enables users to integrate VoIP, GSM, BRI and a PRI interface while at the same time reducing communication costs by 50%, it is claimed.

Speech recognition helps sell pizzas

17 July, 2009

When Hell Pizza managing director Mike Hird first contemplated launching the New Zealand pizza franchise concept into the Queensland market, he knew that success was about getting noticed fast.

Telepresence services

17 July, 2009

Orange Business Services has introduced two services to extend its telepresence services: Telepresence Community, which enables businesses to open their existing telepresence solution to external participants and a personalised concierge system for a simple customer experience.

Unified comms saves Cooma-Monaro Shire money

17 July, 2009

A unified communications (UC) solution has garnered for the Cooma-Monaro Shire Council savings to the taxpayer of $1600 per month in voice-link costs, a 50% reduction in power consumption, up to 60% less TCO than other systems, and an ROI, including maintenance costs, of less than four years.

Security still a concern with collaboration tools survey finds

09 July, 2009 by

Collaboration technologies are changing the way that people work.

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