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Displaying items by tag: Telepresence

Increased investment in ICT could save business, government and consumers an estimated $8.1 billion and more than 27 million tonnes of carbon pollution could be avoided every year, according to a newly published report.

Published in Strategy

Global satellite operator Inmarsat and Cisco have formed an alliance to enable the delivery of high definition video over future Inmarsat satellite services that will also see Cisco becoming a provider of satellite connectivity for its Telepresence HD videoconferencing service.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 09 July 2012 17:39

Videoconferencing set to boom?

"Video is about to really take off," says Simon Dudley, video evangelist at LifeSize.

The Open Visual Communications Consortium (OVCC), a body that aims to enable the delivery of "high-quality video collaboration that connects any vendor, any network and any device, anywhere," has been boosted significantly with the addition of Microsoft and Tata Communications to its ranks.
Published in Strategy
Thursday, 12 April 2012 13:39

Flinders floats cloud options

Adelaide based Flinders University is reviewing its entire information and technology approach with the recently installed CIO keen to shift increasing amounts of computing to the cloud.

Published in Networking

ANZ Private & ANZ Trustees - a unit of the ANZ Bank that serves wealthy clients - has deployed Cisco Telepresence technology to enable its clients to consult with bank staff remotely.

Published in Networking
Wednesday, 21 March 2012 17:33

AARNet launches Cisco Telepresence Exchange

AARNet has formally launched its Cisco Telepresence Exchange service, announced last July, enabling its member institutions with Cisco Telepresence facilities to set up point-to-point and multipoint high definition videoconferences with each other and with institutions overseas.

Published in Networking

Nine major telcos, including Telstra, have joined forces to form the Global Meeting Alliance, dedicated to facilitating video communications between customers on their respective networks.

Published in Networking

Polycom has unveiled a strategy to enable service providers to offer cloud-delivered, video-as-a-service (VaaS) to their customers.

Published in Strategy

AARNet has joined the Open Visual Communications Consortium (OVCC) - the body created by Polycom last June to develop telepresence interoperability across the networks of different service providers.

Published in Networking

The Australian Telehealth Network (ATN) has launched its video consultation services for GPs, specialists and aged care providers in partnership with BCS Global and Vidyo.

Published in Networking
Thursday, 17 November 2011 01:48

Travelling partnership for Polycom, Sabre

Unified communications vendor, Polycom has joined forces with the global Sabre Travel Network, to develop what the two companies claim will be the world's first global reservation system for booking and scheduling public and corporate-owned HD video conferencing and telepresence rooms.

Published in Development

Australia's videoconferencing market is getting hotter with Japanese giant Sony making a serious attempt to break into it via new distribution arrangements with unified communications systems distributor 24/7 Distribution.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 15 November 2011 19:15

Huawei upgrades its telepresence offering

Huawei is ramping up its assault on the Australian telepresence market with the launch of new multi screen room systems that, it claims, can achieve total costs of ownership that are up to 50 percent those of its competitors.

Published in Networking
Monday, 14 November 2011 17:58

Business fuels video conferencing boom market

Increasing adoption by businesses of enterprise-grade telepresence has created a boom market for video conferencing, with global spending expected to hit $1.1 billion by 2016 on the back of compound annual growth of 19.5 percent.

Published in Market

Today telepresence is the acme of collaboration at a distance, but it still falls well short of the interaction that takes place when people are together. Bell Labs is looking at how to create truly 'immersive meetings'.

Monday, 31 October 2011 13:27

Government report big gains from telepresence

The Federal Government has detailed the productivity gains it estimates have been achieved from the 36 location telepresence system installed in 2009 under what was initially a $13.8m contract awarded to Telstra and Cisco.

Published in Networking

First it was the carrier networking market, then mobile devices and now Huawei is making a big play for the enterprise market in Australia with the launch of a channel partner program and the appointment of Simms International as its exclusive distributor.

Published in Strategy

AARNet and Cisco have teamed up to enable AARNet member institutions to interconnect their Cisco TelePresence videoconferencing installations via a Cisco TelePresence Exchange.

Published in Networking
Wednesday, 29 June 2011 23:04

Telstra, Tata join forces

Telstra has joined forces with Indian communications giant, Tata, to allow their customers to connect using telepresence high definition video conferencing facilities locally and globally across both company networks.

Published in Market
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