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Monday, 03 April 2017 12:40

Norwood boosts Corona sales with CommSys deal

Telecommunications services provider Norwood Systems has inked an agreement with cloud services provider CommSys to deliver communications services using its Corona global trunk services platform.

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IT management software vendor SolarWinds has announced the latest release of business-critical VoIP monitoring and troubleshooting solutions to provide added support for Avaya VOIP users.

Published in Business Software
Monday, 11 July 2011 16:54

Ovum doubts on Cisco 'Cius-only' strategy

Ovum has cast some doubt on what it calls Cisco's 'Cius-only' focus with the launch of its new app store service, AppHQ , and its potential to 'limit its utility and value'.  Acknowledging, however, that the seven-inch Android-based device, unlike the hugely popular Apple iPad, was designed with the company's existing customer base in mind, Ovum says it is destined to replace the corporate desktop feature phone that Cisco sells today.

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SMBs must have a disaster recovery plan in place, and this plan should include the company's most important avenue of communication - their phone system.

3CX (www.3cx.com), the international developer of the multi-awarded 3CX Phone System for Windows and Yealink Network Technology CO., Ltd. (www.yealink.com) a leading designer and manufacturer of IP Voice and Video Phones, announced today successful interoperability testing between 3CX Phone System and Yealink IP Phones.

Thursday, 26 November 2009 03:36

Melbourne's Crown goes UC with Cisco and NetStar

The Crown Entertainment Complex in Melbourne is installing a unified communication system including 7500 IP handsets. The project is being carried out by NetStar Australia.

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One of the world’s most popular Internet phone services, Skype, is finally set to make its mark in an official capacity on the other two most important phone platforms it hasn’t yet supported: the iPhone and the BlackBerry, with iPhone action starting on Tuesday, and the BlackBerry cherry popping in May.

Video conferencing telepresence vendor Tandberg has brought to the market a new video IP phone – the E20 – which it claims makes scalable, DVD-quality video on every desktop a reality.
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