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Integrated Research says its annual international VoIP survey shows four out of five organisations moving to IP telephony, and that this 'mass conversion' is being driven as much by IP applications and enhanced communication capabilities as by circuit-switched PABXs nearing the end of their life.

Multiemedia's NewSat satellite communication division has signed a partnership with international VoIP solutions provider, Go2Call, to deliver satellite VoIP in the Middle East, Africa and parts of Europe.

cell_secCommunications systems integrator, Integ, has released findings from a national survey into IP telephony security, claiming it shows that 97 percent of organisations do not have adequate security measures in place when they implement IP telephony.

Telstra, Microsoft and Broadcast Australia have announced plans to demonstrate mobile TV during  the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games using Digital video broadcasting-handheld (DVB-H) technology.

Blackberry developer, Research In Motion, has purchased Ascendent Systems, which sells products that extend desk phone connectivity to wireless handsets in a campus environment, saying that the purchase will complement its current enterprise offerings.

Anti-virus and content security specialist, Trend Micro, has entered into a global agreement with Ericsson under which Ericsson will incorporate Trend Micro Mobile Security into Ericsson Mobile Device Antivirus as part of its Mobile Data Solutions portfolio.

Thursday, 09 March 2006 08:53

iiNet makes $15M DSLAM gamble

Chips iiNet has announced plans to install a further 150 DSLAMs giving it access to 90 percent of the metropolitan population, and to backhaul these with its own dedicated fibre links, to be supplied by Pipe Networks.

Telstra's directory division, Sensis, has unveiled changes to its Yellow Pages OnLine site (www.yellowpages.com.au) in what it says is the first in a series of initiatives planned for 2006. The company is pushing then line that its revamped site is more localised and user friendly than search engine competitors.

Wednesday, 08 March 2006 14:28

Cisco to integrate video surveillance with IP

Cisco Systems is to acquire privately-held video surveillance technology company, SyPixx Networks, based in Connecticut, for $US51 million in cash.

Wednesday, 08 March 2006 14:25

NetGear promises 802.11n WLAN products by June

NetGear says it intends to launch wireless lan products conforming to the new 802.11n draft specification in the first half of 2006 following their debut at CeBIT in Hannover this month.



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