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BT extends network of payphones with integrated cash dispensers

BT has signed a contract with Bank Machine, the independent ATM Operator, to extend its network of payphones with integrated cash dispensers. Over the next five years, BT and Bank Machine will provide a minimum of 125 additional ATM Payphone kiosks across the country. The deal follows a successful initial roll out of the cash machine kiosks by both companies across 40 sites in the UK.

Polycom`s HDX platform named best HD videoconferencing solution

Polycom`s HDX platform was named the best high definition (HD) videoconferencing solution by Wainhouse Research in a head-to-head comparison with competing systems.

Two Surrey schools outsouce ICT to solutions consultancy Ramsac

Surrey`s King Edward’s and Manor House independent school  have outsourced their IT management to solutions consultancy Ramsac.

Service-orientated Easynet appoints Chief Operating Officer

Meeting the needs of its customers is now top of the agenda for Easynet, and the man at the centre of its service-oriented campaign is Denis Planat in the newly created role of Chief Operating Officer.

BNS Telecom shuts down loss making Network Services Division

BNS Telecom has shut down its loss-making Network Services Division after a `root and branch` review of the business unit. The Group planned to publish its preliminary audited results for the year to 31 July 2007 on 30 October 2007 but following the closure these figures will now be published in mid-November.

Investment in on-demand services set to mushroom

More than 88% of major UK businesses expect to see an increased investment in on-demand services by 2009. Virtualisation and software-as-service are set for rapid growth, with the majority of UK businesses intending to use them within the next two years.

BT Business launches new resources for SMEs

Home-based businesses now make up 24 per cent of the UK workforce and contribute £364 billion to the annual economy, and according to research by BT, the UK’s 4.5 million small businesses need more support to fuel growth.

Thus extends IP Exchange line portfolio with SIP IP Exchange Line

Thus has extended its IP Exchange line portfolio of Business Class IP Voice services with its new SIP IP Exchange Line. IP Exchange lines allow business users with IP PBXs to connect directly from their data network to the Thus voice network using IP, replacing the need to convert through dedicated ISDN interfaces.

Man from Del Monte Foods opts for CallXpress from AVST

Del Monte Foods, one of America`s largest distributors and marketers of branded food and pet products, has standardised its communications system by installing CallXpress across all of its corporate offices from Applied Voice & Speech Technologies (AVST). 

Extreme Networks continues turnaround this quarter

Extreme Networks has announced financial results for its fiscal first quarter ended September 30, 2007. For the quarter, net revenue increased 6% to $89.0 million, from $83.8 million in the fiscal first quarter of 2007.

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