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The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has approved the long awaited and much-hyped 802.16e standard, the so-called mobile WiMax standard.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has reported a 14 fold growth in demand for local telephone numbers in 2004-05, largely as a result…
Thursday, 08 December 2005 09:36

Survey finds lots of cowboys in the VoIP market

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A survey of VoIP service providers by telecoms industry researcher, Telsyte, has identified a total of 43 in Australia but says many fail to comply…
Thursday, 08 December 2005 09:29

Qualcomm joins WiFi Alliance

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Qualcomm has joined the Wi-Fi Alliance, a global, non-profit industry trade association with more than 200 member companies devoted to promoting the growth of wireless…
Thursday, 08 December 2005 09:28

Samsung to use ArrayComm smart antenna technology

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Korean manufacturer, Samsung Electronics, has been granted the right to use ArrayComm's smart antenna technologies in all its wireless base station products.
Thursday, 08 December 2005 09:27

Zultys launches bluetooth conference phone

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IP telephony systems developer, Zultys Technologies has unveiled a Bluetooth equipped conference phone compatible with its range of SIP IP phones as well as mobile…
Wednesday, 07 December 2005 10:38

ACIF identifies key VoIP issues

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The Australian Communications Industry Forum (ACIF) has identified several key VoIP issues following its second annual VoIP Forum held in Sydney yesterday.
Tuesday, 06 December 2005 08:50

Netgear & Broadband Phone to offer wholesale VoIP

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Netgear and Broadband Phone have partnered to offer ISPs a wholesale VoIP service that can branded and incorporated into their existing services portfolio.
MasterCard International, Keycorp (ASX:KYC), Hitachi and Oak Hill Venture Partners (OHVP) have formed a new company to expand open standard smart card platform MULTOS.
Thursday, 01 December 2005 09:41

People Telecom to resell engin VoIP service

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VoIP service provider engin has announced an agreement with People Telecom under which People Telecom will resell and rebrands the engin VoIP service.

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