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Displaying items by tag: British Telecom

Wednesday, 27 March 2019 12:26

Switch Media set for Asian markets expansion

Australian content streaming service Switch Media is planning to expand into Asian markets and has appointed 20-year ICT industry veteran Oscar Gutierrez to a new role as vice-president of business development to spearhead the expansion.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 29 April 2015 12:59

Symantec's Sanjay takes the lead in APJ

Symantec has appointed Sanjay Rohatgi as its senior vice president for Asia Pacific and Japan.

Published in People Moves

Data centre service provider Equinix, has appointed Todd Handcock as chief marketing officer and vice president of marketing and strategy for Asia Pacific.

Published in People Moves

Ooyala's aiming to put commercial video content on all your devices. One login may serve across each screen.

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 17 March 2010 16:10

Jenman returns across the Tasman for Eaton

Eaton has appointed Richard Jenman as sales director - power distribution for Australia and New Zealand.

Published in People Moves
The UK has structurally flawed data protection and privacy laws which allowed secret Internet snooping trials to take place. Now the European Union is stepping in to try and force the UK Government to take action.
The Australian Government is promising at least 12Mbps and BT in the UK, up to 100Mbps, but in the hyperconnected household of there could be multiple devices and applications all demanding, and creating data at these rates, and there are many differing views as to what is the best way to deliver this bandwidth.

Published in Cornered!
Wednesday, 16 July 2008 07:44

BT plans £1.5b super broadband network

In a move that closely parallels Telstra's 2005 announcement of its FTTN plans, UK incumbent telco BT has promised to deliver high speed broadband services to 10 million UK homes (40 percent of total): if it can get the appropriate guarantees from the regulator.

Published in Cornered!
BT has unveiled plans to launch BT Corporate Fusion, a fixed mobile convergence offering for corporate customers in Australia and other Asia Pacific markets.

Published in Home Tech
Telstra's strident opposition to any structural or functional separation for the planned National Broadband Network has been dealt a double blow with the heads of both BT and UK regulator, Ofcom praising the separation of BT's access network from other parts of its business.

Published in Government Tech Policy
The most spectacular rumour doing the rounds of telecoms and IT news sites right now must be that 15 of the world's biggest carriers - AT&T, BT, Deutsche Telecom, NTT etc - are planning to launch their own free VoIP service to compete with, and hopefully destroy, Skype. Does this have any legs?

Published in Cornered!
Cisco appears to be enjoying runaway success with TelePresence, its high-end virtual reality videoconferencing technology, with both AT&T and BT now planning to offer it to corporate client in a way that, Cisco claims enables user to set up virtual  meetings with customers, partners and suppliers "with the ease of a simple phone call."

Published in Home Tech




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