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Daisy named one of the fastest growing companies in the country

Daisy Communications has been named one of the fastest growing technology companies in the UK. Ranking 28th in the business advisory firm Deloitte’s Fast 50 chart, the Lancashire-based company has been acknowledged for a rate of growth amounting to 8021% over the last five years.

TNS Distribution named Deloitte Fast 50 Winner for third year

TNS Distribution has been ranked 10th in the Deloitte Fast 50 awards. Ivan Eustace and John McHugh, Managing Directors of TNS Distribution, received the award at the Gala Dinner in the Mansion House in Dublin last evening.

TNS Distribution achieved a growth rate of 890 percent this year, and were previously ranked 9th in 2006 with 891 per cent and ninth in 2005 with 874 per cent.

VegaStream launches 8.2 firmware across Vega Gateway range

VegaStream has announced the availability of the new 8.2 firmware across its Vega Gateway product range. Developed with additional security, management and flexibility features, the software has been designed to address IP resilience and guarantee access to emergency 999 services.

Gamma`s SIP trunking rated compliant with Avaya’s IP Office

Avaya has announced that Gamma Telecom Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunking services have been rated compliant with  Avaya’s IP Office. As a result, smaller firms are able to reduce their costs, operate more flexibly and get more benefits from their communications investment.

Gamma targets SMEs with brace of new inbound services

Gamma Telecom has launched two new inbound services targeted at SMEs through the channel.

Unicom reports significant hike in turnover and pre-tax profits

Telecom service provider Unicom has this week filed accounts for FY07 and reported record results with a 19% increase in sales and a 43% rise in profits to the end of April 2007, its eighth trading year.

Microsoft Launches Next Wave of Business Communications Software

Software giant Microsoft has taken its first stride towards slashing the cost of the average corporate VoIP system by half.

2e2 innovates UC solutions with Office Communications Server 2007

Microsoft has launched an all out assault on the Unified Communications battlefield and at the vanguard of its campaign is IT solutions provider 2e2. The company has armed itself with Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 to innovate software solutions that streamline communications between people and organisations, regardless of medium, platform, device or location.

LG-Nortel`s IP Phone 8500 optimised for Microsoft`s OCS 2007

LG-Nortel has revealed that its IP Phone 8500 series has been optimised for use with Office Communications Server 2007 and Microsoft Office Communicator 2007. Mobile users can use UC as effectively as fixed location office users, decreasing time-to-decision with anywhere, anytime access to key business applications, claims the firm.

8el launches business-grade VoIP service using Next Gen Network

Voice and data service provider 8el has announced the nationwide commercial launch of Callport, its business-grade VoIP service where users can outsource the management of their voice services, but still retain control over how those services are configured, with the added benefits of free and local calls and being able to predict telephony expenditure.

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