IP Telephony vendor Swyx has taken the wraps off SwyxMobile, its FMC (Fixed Mobile Convergence) and Mobile Extension (Mobex) solution that supports small and large businesses. This will enable its channel partners to access the currently poorly serviced FMC market for SME business.
Fast growing provider of converged communication services to the business market, Timico, has extended its Internet service and broadband capabilities with the acquisition of KeConnect Group, a UK-based independent ISP.
A deal with Gamma Telecom has armed Micron Communications with a portfolio of solutions that will help the reseller better target the construction industry with a new hosted IP service, enabling fast set up times at site offices and a constant flow of communication between multiple sites and the head office.
Reliable IT services are a boon to any businesses and with modern ICT technology and the emergence of managed services, buisness owners should not be affected by IT bugbears and glitches, yet 61% of bosses with responsibility for IT in the workplace cite IT as either more stressful or much more stressful than other day-to-day aspects of management.
Nimans is a hoping that its latest dealer incentive will boost sales of Plantronics headset equipment. Minimum single orders of over £1,000 from the Plantronics range have to be placed to be eligible for a competition that has a £15,000 branded vehicle as the winning prize.
The percentage of small businesses using the Internet to make phone calls is set to almost double over the next 12 months. That`s according to new research commissioned by BT Business, which found that 48% of small businesses will be using VoIP services this time next year. Currently the figure is 25%.
Nimans has kicked off a sustained campaign to boost sales of Konftel’s audio product range. The assault is backed up by a ‘try before you buy’ option for end users with sales and technical training delivered to the dealer’s doorstep.
The number of DSL subscribers worldwide grew by more than 30% to reach close to 185 million at 31 December 2006. In the year, global broadband subscribers increased to more than 281 million, according to the latest statistics prepared for the international DSL Forum by industry analyst Point Topic. This meant that an increase of 67 million people subscribed to broadband in 2006 – wit
Nortel and Microsoft are expanding their efforts to drive the widespread adoption of unified communications among businesses around the world. Building on their existing Innovative Communications Alliance (ICA), the companies plan to offer solutions that will enable service providers to deliver comprehensive Unified Communications services to small and medium business (SMBs) and enterprises.