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Why VoIP solutions are the future of phone systems
Chorus is considering potentially decommissioning copper lines in places where fibre is available, meaning homes and businesses in these areas would have to move to fibre.
Businesses wasting money on SIP channels, says Virsae
Analysis reveals a growing penchant for super-sized SIP trunk groups, indicating a degree of channel over-subscription that leads to associated cost increases.
Moving away from ISDN: Why SIP is better for the public sector
Public sector institutions by their very nature tend to be highly risk-averse.
SolarWinds updates network management portfolio
Aims to deliver expanded flexibility, scalability, and visibility across complex environments.
Zoom Phone beta announced for local customers
Zoom is bringing its full Phone solution to Australia in July, but has launched a beta for us to try now.
Tollring partners with Novum Networks for call analytics
Novum Networks has added the full complement of Tollring’siCall Suite cloud analytics to its product portfolio.
Novum Networks & Tollring bring call analytics to APAC
Tollring’s iCall Suite cloud analytics is now part of Novum Networks’ product portfolio, which enables users to record, monitor, and analyse calls on any device.
Silver Peak solution thwarts VoIP call dropouts
UC solutions must be able to overcome packet loss, latency and jitter that degrade voice and video quality.
VoiP new-comer upgraded and ready to take on NZ
UFONE is an Auckland-based VoIP provider that has just completed a massive upgrade of its back-end and is ready to take on the market.
simPRO launches VoIP solution in NZ
Job management company simPRO has rolled out a new VoIP phone solution for New Zealand trade service businesses.
Silver Peak VoIP withstands ‘torture test’ for quality
Leading network test lab puts EdgeConnect through its paces which maintains toll-quality VoIP service over broadband, even with more than 55% packet loss.
3CX names auckland firm Ufone as preferred SIP provider
Auckland telecommunications company Ufone has picked up an accolade for being a preferred SIP provider in New Zealand.
PON market on track to hit US$7b in under 5 years
Dell’Oro’s Broadband Access 5-Year Forecast Report examines how the passive optical network will grow in the near future.
Ribbon Comms adds integration with MS Teams
Ribbon is one of only two suppliers officially certified by Microsoft to integrate its Session Border Controllers with Teams.
Polycom announces acquisition of Obihai Technology
The combination is expected to expand the markets available to Polycom solutions for its worldwide network of channel partners.
Malaysia’s telecom market to ‘stay afloat’ through to 2021
Malaysia’s telecom market is in relatively comfortable stead according to a new report from GlobalData, driven largely by mobile data.
Voyager follows Actrix Networks deal with another acquisition
This marks the latest in a recent suite of similar deals for Voyager, such as the acquisition of Actrix Networks in October 2016.
Make your desk phone yours with Yealink's Android smart desk phones
Yealink has once again made the smart media phone space its own with the introduction of its latest device as it irons out previously complex tasks.
Yealink delivers fully integrated Office 365 and Skype for Business experience
Yealink’s T48 brings an interactive, visually appealing Skype experience right to your desk phone
Exclusive: SnapperNet completes end-to-end VoIP lineup with new 3CX deal
SnapperNet has signed a deal with 3CX, providing the distributor and its resellers with a complete end-to-end VoIP offering for any size deployment.
Exclusive interview: The Kiwi cloud company in a dying trade
“They are going to try to take our business from us like we’ve taken business from traditional IT support.”
Netscout: How to measure availability and performance of cloud apps
“a delay of even a few seconds can be infuriating for end users and could indicate a performance issue that needs to be resolved.”
Trustwave exposes backdoor in DblTek devices; vendor issues poor patch & goes silent
DblTek left vulnerabilities in its IoT devices, tried to hide the vulnerability, issued shoddy patches and cut off all contact with Trustwave.
AU company transforms the way MSPs sell to SMBs
It is becoming increasingly important for businesses to tailor their offerings to the needs of their partners - this company is setting an example.