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Avaya chief gives Pennine`s new demo centre the thumbs up

Pennine has invested heavily in upgrading its Avaya demonstration equipment and the vendor`s vp for UK, Ireland and Southern Africa, Buddie Ceronie, gave Pennine`s new Business Centre the thumbs up during a recent visit to the Bury-based reseller.

IT spend grows but vendors lose out to in-house IT teams

IT budgets globally are predicted to grow and there is a positive outlook for the channel, however, according to a report by Datamonitor, technology vendors hoping to cash in will be faced with competition not only from other providers but from enterprises’ in-house IT teams.

New business telephony package frees up selling time

The National Business Communications Network (NBCN) has launched a business telephony package that the company claims will give telecoms salespeople and small resellers the time to do what they do best, sell, but without the hassles of administration, project management, support, and collections.

NEC Group varifies Node4’s SIPlink service on NEC platform

Node4’s SIPlink service has now been successfully verified by global PBX manufacturer, the NEC Group. The tests took place at Node4’s Derby Data Centre and involved checking compatibility between the SIP Trunking service and the NEC Aspire and XN120.

Global PBX and IP PBX market boosted by growing sales volumes

The global market for PBX and IP PBX got off to a flying start this year, boosted by rising sales figures in IP and traditional systems. Overall, excluding the micro PBX market, which is not considered in the figures quoted here, the global market reached over 15 million extensions, a total increase of 5% compared to Q1 2006.

Voicenet Solutions answers Royal call at Drugsline charity

Drugsline, a drugs crisis, information, education and support charity for all those affected by drug abuse and addiction, has installed a Voicenet Solutions hosted VoIP telephone system in its new operational suite which was formally opened by HRH, Prince Edward, The Earl of Wessex.

Node4 offers free seminar for resellers keen on convergence

Converged communications specialist Node4 is providing a free seminar to give delegates a useful insight into the current state of the convergence market as well as offering pointers on key areas to consider when delivering converged communications.

Reasons why rogue IT behaviour exist in organisations

A strong governance model where collaboration between IT and the business is encouraged would help control rogue IT behaviour according to 75% of IT respondents in a recent survey conducted by robotic integration company, Blue Prism.

Interquartz UK adds two new models to Voyager hotel phone range

Interquartz UK has expanded its range of Voyager hotel telephones with two new models: The Voyager 9281 is now available in five-memory-button and zero-memory-button versions, providing greater choice for customers, says Interquartz.
 

New kid on the block makes bullish entrance onto comms stage

A joint venture between Formjet and telecoms specialist Du-Tel has created  Ideal Telecoms, a company that looks set to make an immediate impact on the UK comms market.

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