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Kerio reckons it has the VoIP PABX 'for the rest of us' - at least for those of us who are SMEs. Kerio Operator 1.1 is intended to be managed by people without telephony expertise.

A high-spec home/SOHO modem/router from Germany will go on sale in Australia early next year. The Fritz!Box incorporates VoIP and DECT capabilities as well as the usual Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity.

Published in Home Tech

Visendo Software, the software division of ppedv A.G, a leading Microsoft solutions provider announces the beta release of fax@Mail 10, the innovative fax to email software solution for small and medium companies.

Internode has introduced a VoIP service for businesses that require multiple voice lines and a large range of direct in dial numbers. The service substitutes for long-established ISDN services but with greater flexibility and lower cost, according to Internode.

The ACCC has brushed aside claims from Optus, Primus and other carriers that there are no technically comparable substitutes to ISDN and the Digital Data Access Services in regional and rural areas and has removed these from the list of 'declared' services, giving Telstra the freedom to raise prices, or to discontinue supply if it so chooses.

Published in Government Tech Policy
The ACCC says it is obsolete, Telstra wants to kill it, the basic service delivers a mere 64kbps but NSW Farmers are demanding that Telstra keeps its ISDN service operating in rural Australia.

Published in Government Tech Policy




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