A recent round of Crane Avaya roadshows were well attended and during the regional briefings Crane witnessed the key ingredients that will bring dealers great business – a `thirst to learn` about `exciting new products`.
In a keynote address at VoiceCon Spring 2007 in Orlando today (March 7th), Jeff Raikes, president of Microsoft’s business division, predicted that in just three years the average VoIP solution for business will cost half what it does today, as VoIP systems move from hardware to software.
When most people reach the age of 60 they start thinking about slowing downand enjoying their leisure ... not so Pennine Telecom’s George Bradbury. He jetted off to Norway in February to pit himself against the Arctic wilds in a 200-kilometre dog sledging expedition, which he describes as `the most amazing thing I have ever done’.
Bundling fixed broadband with existing mobile services offers an immediate source of revenue growth, and a number of additional benefits, for mobile operators faced with diminishing voice revenues and a failure to achieve significant growth in non-voice revenue.
Following their number of billing customers doubling, Aurora Kendrick James (AKJ) has expanded its team to 40. Recent appointments include a number of new software developers, and the creation of new finance and marketing roles.
Slough-based Polycom has found out with YouGov research that a large majority (57%) of office workers would be happier and more productive if their employers offered them the flexibility and the right equipment to work from home.
Nortel has introduced a new family of Ethernet routing switches designed for enterprises migrating to VoIP and advanced unified communications applications, creating a network foundation that enterprises can trust with the convergence of their critical business communications.