Singapore telco contracts Nokia Siemens Networks to upgrade its core infrastructure to an all-IP network and deploy a nationwide 3G radio network on the 900MHz band.
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Be Broadband has unveiled a new starting date for the migration of customers from the older broadband infrastructure it rents from BT to its own, new core network.The move will boost bandwidth for the O2-owned operator, and it will also help Be move to IPv6 — it will, however, also mean changing customers' static IP addresses.
Managing relationships with over-the-top service vendors such as Microsoft, which owns Skype, and Google with YouTube, will be vital in determining telcos' success in evolving telecommunications arena, say industry watchers.
The collision of IPv4 and IPv6 in the months and years ahead is likely to produce outages, with cloud providers worst affected, says Lori MacVittie
newsmaker No stranger to implementing large-scale IT projects, BT Global Services' CEO for Southeast Asia Stephen Yeo is open to working, for free, on initiatives to drive learning using technology.
Following its major outage last Wednesday, which affected the majority of Skype's user base, the Internet telephony company's services have since "stabilized" and are back online.
Growing number of Asian and Gulf carriers installing in-flight connectivity capabilities, giving rise to whole new experience in air travel, note market players and observers.
The Department of Finance and Deregulation will upgrade its IT data infrastructure network to remove points of failure as well as enable the the introduction within three years of new technologies such as Voice over IP (VoIP) and wireless networking.
ShoreTel's IP phone system will be bundled in with IBM's Lotus Foundations Reach, part of IBM's series of appliances designed to be an IT infrastructure in a box
The hospitality industry can make use of technology advancements to introduce value-added services that in turn generate new revenues, says Alcatel-Lucent.
Sales for enterprise IP telephony infrastructure are growing 'every quarter', and small businesses are showing increasing interest
Australia's Productivity Commission is the latest government agency to signal it will migrate at least some of its telephony infrastructure to a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) solution. The commission this week called for vendors to pitch for work replacing legacy TDM PABX telephony systems with Internet Protocol (IP) alternatives.
The winning bid will build centralized database to facilitate "true number portability" in the local telecoms market, says regulator.
After four years and spending 1 percent of its yearly revenue on the project, Abacus International finally has a new and efficient network.The new TCP/IP network infrastructure replaces legacy systems which, up until 2005, had been in use since the 1960s. The older network was unable to keep up with the increase in business transactions and higher demand for bandwidth.With the new upgraded network, Abacus is now able to cost-effectively roll out new applications that benefit its customers.
in brief SingTel subsidiary Optus has started deploying routing hardware from Juniper as part of an ongoing initiative to converge its infrastructure into a single, Internet Protocol (IP)-based network.Optus has picked Juniper's M320 multiservice routing platform, the carrier's networks managing director Bill Hope said in a statement issued by Juniper yesterday, "after an extensive evaluation," for its reliability, scalability and performance.
Businesses should move away from remote access services and toward enterprise mobility with services such as push e-mail, urges the mobile phone maker.
Perth's Edith Cowan University (ECU) will seek to use its new mesh wireless network to cut down its fleet of mobile phones by replacing them with wireless handsets enabled for Voice over IP (VoIP). Steve Johnston The university's information technology (IT) infrastructure manager Steve Johnston told a Sydney conference yesterday the move could save ECU a significant amount of money.
Upgrading its core national network to interconnect with ADSL infrastructure is a priority for corporate comms specialist Commander as it moves toward an Internet Protocol-based (IP) telephony platform.In addition, the company is consolidating previously disparate customer relationship management systems into one system based on Microsoft's CRM package.
Industry players have quelled security fears, urging companies to protect IP telephony traffic the same way they would secure their IT infrastructure.
If you use IP Telephony products and infrastructure in your enterprise, odds are pretty good you rely on Cisco solutions.And when it comes to the solutions they offer you, companies like Cisco are only as fertile as the brains of their researchers.