Syndicate content

New interoperable platform for Teliris telepresence solutions

Teliris, a full-service provider of telepresence solutions, has announced the release of the first available interoperable platform that allows Teliris customers to connect to competing standard telepresence systems as well as legacy videoconferencing, audio and desktop conferencing systems and Web-enabled devices such as mobile phones and PDAs.

Networks First snaps up Access Network Services (ANS)

Networks First, a provider of converged network support services, has acquired ANS (Access Network Services), a support services company for IP Telephony solutions. 

Avaya hits IP Office milestone

Avaya has chalked up its 100,000th IP Office system sale, and the vendor estimates a total user base of 3.6 million across the globe.

FMC market won`t take off until after 2011, states report"

While fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) services are emerging across Western Europe, mainstream FMC won`t truly kick-in until 2011 at the earliest, state analysts at IDC.

Thus scoops major Leeds Metropolitan University contract

Thus has scooped a major contract from Leeds Metropolitan University to deliver voice services over its next-generation network, including 10,000 direct dial numbers at an estimated 220,000 minutes of calls a month through the university’s main campuses, Headingley campus and Civic Quarter.

Panasonic applications workshop opens up margin opportunities

To help resellers up-sell and cross-sell on Panasonic systems, Nimans is hosting a Panasonic Applications Workshop on July 17th.

GemaTech aids hospital in Business Continuity resilience

GemaTech has helped King’s College  Hospital achieve Business Continuity resilience, complying with the Civil Contingencies Act of 2004. The King’s College NHS Foundation, one of the largest and busiest teaching hospitals in London, receives over 1.8 million in-bound telephone calls a year.

Networks First reports strong results with 30% hike in turnover

Networks First has hit record financial results for year ending 31st March 2007, with a 30% increase in turnover to £7.02m and 12 new employees. Peter Titmus, managing director at Networks First, said: “This year has been an exceptionally strong year for the company. With the culmination being the exciting move to Number One, our new corporate headquarters.

Happy landings for Comms Dealer competition winner

SIP trunk provider VoIP Unlimited offered a fantastic prize in a recent Comms Dealer competition – a chance to sit behind the joy stick in flight simulator – and the lucky winner, Post CTI, says a `great day` was had by all.

Telephone Maintenance Group falls under scrutiny

A comms company`s fall into administration earlier this month caused controversy when stunned investors accused the firm of unethical rogue trading.

On May 10th, Bromsgrove-based Starside Ventures collapsed voluntariliy, along with two other comms firms, all three companies alleged to be wholly owned subsidiaries of Telephone Maintenance Group.

Syndicate content