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Mobile video telephony comes of age
The global market for mobile video telephony services, including video mail, video calling and video sharing, will rocket from US$1bn in 2007 to over US$17bn by 2012, new research predicts.
Aug 20 2007 8:09AM
IP telephony carrier market slows
The worldwide IP telephony carrier market declined sequentially in the first quarter of 2007, new research reported today.
May 24 2007 11:42AM
Mitel installs IP Telephony suite for Integrated Group
IP communications and applications vendor Mitel has implemented an IP package for local recruitment agency Integrated Group.
Mar 16 2007 1:57PM
Debate: IP telephony is insecure and cannot be used in an organisation’s infrastructure just yet
Dec 9 2005 5:21PM
China to start blocking internet telephony
China has moved to block internet users in that country from using Skype, the popular Voice over IP (VoIP) application.
Nov 23 2005 4:28PM
Security fears threaten to cut off IP telephony adoption
Concerns about the security of internet protocol (IP) telephony systems are threatening to slow adoption of the technology by businesses in the United States, new research has claimed.
Oct 28 2005 10:57AM
New reseller takes on clickcalling
A Brisbane company has been formed to resell applications based around clickcalling, an internet-based telecommunications service from the Queensland service provider of the same name.
Sep 26 2005 5:33PM
US vendor buys Sydney developer Carbon Twelve
US telephony software vendor BroadSoft has bought out small Australian developer Carbon Twelve for an undisclosed sum.
Sep 14 2005 4:45PM
Skype hype hits Aust resellers
NSW reseller Integrated Wireless has signed with peer-to-peer voice service provider Skype and launched its entry-level VoIP starter packs on the Australian market.
Sep 9 2005 11:35AM
NetStar deploys $7m university network
NetStar has installed a $7 million converged voice and data network for Swinburne University giving 50,000 students across six campuses full wireless coverage and video.
Sep 7 2005 9:30AM
PGP inventor reveals secure interent telephony
The man behind Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) has come up with a prototype for an encrypted internet telephone.
Jul 28 2005 10:37AM
May protests innocence in Global SDR troubles
Former Global SDR director Roger May -- alleged by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission as associated with a plan to move the intellectual property of the insolvent developer offshore -- has protested his innocence.
Jul 4 2005 11:30AM
VoIP needs more bandwidth
Low broadband penetration and the popularity of 256Kb/s plans will undermine VoIP use by Australian consumers, analyst IDC has said.
Jun 29 2005 12:41PM
Mitel aims channel at home, small business
IP telephony vendor Mitel wants to more than double its channel to take advantage of a projected boom in telephony sales as more small businesses and homes adopt broadband.
Jun 24 2005 9:32AM
Zircon names new MD
Managed communications service provider Zircon has named a marketing and public relations specialist as its new managing director.
Jun 10 2005 4:26PM
BOSCom seeks telephony resellers
Israel-based Better Online Solutions has been hawking its wares to prospective resellers in Sydney and Melbourne with a view to growing its global VoIP-related sales.
May 26 2005 9:22AM
Nexon buys Heyday's telephony arm
Managed services integrator Nexon Asia-Pacific has bought cabling and infrastructure provider Heyday Group's telephony business for an undisclosed sum.
May 25 2005 3:50PM
Avaya lets VARs set margins
Avaya plans to roll out wholesale maintenance services for which US partners can set their own prices and determine the margin.
May 23 2005 3:45PM
Enterprise IP telephony market doubles: IDC
The enterprise IP telephony market grew 98 percent in 2004, according to industry analyst IDC.
Mar 24 2005 10:46AM
Scouts prepared for IP telephony
NSW's Scouts have entered the IP telephony era, hiring communications integrator NSC to deploy a converged Avaya network for their new NSW office.
Jan 12 2005 7:20AM
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