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Oak unwraps ProVoice 4.0 call recording platform

Oak has unwrapped its new call recording platform, ProVoice 4.0, addressing the needs of the SME and Enterprise markets with one reseller solution, claims the company.

MITEL FILES LAWSUIT AGAINST SHORETEL FOR PATENT ABUSE

Mitel Networks has accused IP Telephony rival Shoretel of the unlawful infringement of its intellectual property and alleged infringement of four Mitel patents. Taking the matter to the courts, Mitel has filed a lawsuit against ShoreTel in the US.District Court for the Eastern District of Texas.

Surging demand for Ethernet data products

Thus was one of the first operators in the UK to offer Ethernet data products over its next-generation network (NGN), and the firm reports a steady growth in market penetration since the launch in 2002. Thus has now provided 5,000 circuits to customers across the UK, a 150% increase since 2004.

BT ends Phase 1 of 21CN with voice trials network closure

BT is to close the 21CN voice trials marking the end of one critical phase of BT’s testing programme for 21CN. The trial network, linking BT exchanges in central London, Woolwich and Cambridge, has carried over 160 million calls and provided valuable testing and learning that is now being deployed with live customers.

Timico`s pure SIP Trunk link between Nortel PBX & MCS platform

Independent provider of converged communication services, Timico, has launched pure SIP Trunk connectivity between a Nortel PBX system and the Nortel Multimedia Communications Server (MCS) 5200 platform, which is a VoIP system.

Indoor usage patterns to shape wireless industry

Increasing service usage in the home and workplace will drive the evolution of wireless networks and services in developed markets, according to Analysys, the global advisers on telecoms, IT and media.

Proof-win concept claimed to be best formula for Gvt IT projects

Tony Blair has retired as UK prime minister and handed power to Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown. The UK public sector will be one of the areas where Brown and his team will have their work cut out. Being organised in a complex way, the public sector has a culture that does not lend itself to centralised IT project specification and governance.

Tiscali TV Adds Sky Basic channels to its offering

Tiscali has struck a deal with BSkyB that will add the full set of Sky basic channels - including Sky One, Sky Two, Sky Three, Sky Arts, Sky Travel, Sky News and Sky Sports News  - to its channel line up.  The deal will see the channels become available to Tiscali TV customers over the summer.

IT and finance bosses urged to take long-term view on comms

Telecom expense management specialist, Aurora Kendrick James (AKJ), has called for more IT and finance directors to concentrate on long-term telecommunications savings strategies rather than one-time price reviews.

TuVox launches hosted on-demand apps with VoIP access

TuVox, a provider of on-demand speech applications, has announced the availability of hosted TuVox On Demand applications with VoIP access.

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