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Today's data-intensive network world means operators need to adopt service-first attitude toward assessing network functions and differentiating service offerings, say insiders, who add MPLS still plays key role.
Government officials from country's State Council say small-scale commercial pilot will be rolled out by end-2013, with large-scale deployment to follow before end of 2015.
Launched nearly 10 months ago, 3G services not picking up demand amid customer complaints about slow speeds and patchy connectivity. Some subscribers have even returned to 2G networks.
Traditional networks not optimized to deliver new and future workloads effectively in converging environment, and enterprises need to invest to keep up, market players say.
Small and midsize businesses able to reap same benefits from videoconferencing technology as bigger counterparts, but barriers to adoption still exist, note analysts.
With CamLAN you see your WebCam/NetCam video on all PCs within your LAN or over the Internet. It supports Webcams, Netcams (IP-Cams)...
With World IPv6 Day approaching, industry players advise how companies both large and small can prepare themselves for the newer Internet protocol, and reiterate most users will not be affected.
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.
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Some Southeast Asian markets can't anticipate Web addresses required for future growth, says analyst who adds countries must look at Internet and mobile usage growth to maintain long-term economic growth.
Already the world's largest broadband market, country was main source of new subscriptions in first quarter of this year, contributing nearly half of 14 million lines globally, reveals Broadband Forum.
Communications giant says it will invest in more room and bigger pipes to support growing telepresence demand in region.
Acquisition of Nortel will give channel and geographic reach to focus on small and midsize firms, which company didn't have before, says Avaya top exec.
ZDNet UK looks into the crystal ball and predicts what the coming decade will hold for communications technology.
Enterprise caution on IT spend in next two years will drive growth of hosted unified communications services in the Asia-Pacific region, predicts Frost & Sullivan.
With the hype about unified communications, industry experts discuss some mistakes firms may make when deploying such projects for the first time.
Update 2/23/2008 - Cisco confirms vulnerability in 7921 Wi-Fi IP phoneSecurity conscious businesses and organizations who implemented 802.1x/EAP enterprise-grade authentication are at risk with certain implementations of wireless LAN VoIP handsets.
Wireless LAN market sales will almost double during next five years, surpassing $8 bln in 2012. One of the largest customer segments will be Service Providers as they purchase broadband customer premises equipment with integrated wireless LAN to enable their strategy of distributing IP video services to households, Dell’oro says.
The hospitality industry can make use of technology advancements to introduce value-added services that in turn generate new revenues, says Alcatel-Lucent.
Businesses are not doing enough to secure their VoIP networks, according to a veteran IP telephony engineer, and the main reason is lack of knowledge.
Small and medium-sized businesses in the region are projected to increase their telecommunication spending by 5 percent this year.
Telco branches out from its portfolio of Cisco networking equipment to offer a WLAN aimed at curing the widespread problem of interference