British cloud-based audio, video and Web conferencing firm Babl has opened an office in Melbourne to provide localised services for companies that have a need for their services.
Communications and collaboration software market spending in Australia is forecast to grow 20% year-on-year in 2020 amidst the COVID-19 crisis, bucking the trend of a decline in spending on most of the country’s ICT solutions.
Two significant players in the conferencing world are getting together.
NetDev Limited, a global telecoms software company based in the UK, today announced the launch of Drum audio conferencing, a wholesale conferencing solution for communication service providers. Drum is a 100% software solution, with an integrated media server, running entirely on commodity hardware. Delivered as a software package, Drum conferencing can be downloaded in minutes and simply integrated with existing OSS/BSS via web services APIs. Drum is unique because it is a zero CAPEX solution hosted by service providers on their own servers.
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