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Tuesday, 20 September 2005 14:55

Broadcast live video from your cellphone


ComVu in the US has launched a service that enables anyone with a compatible cellphone to send live video to friends and colleagues which they can watch by logging on to a website.

Tuesday, 20 September 2005 14:51

Cisco simplifies IP telephony for SMEs

Cisco Systems has moved to greatly simplify the installation of an IP telephony system by an SME, with bundles of new and existing IP telephony and networking products.

Tuesday, 20 September 2005 14:47

Linksys halves price of wireless routers with MIMO

Linksys has added a new model to its SRX (speed range and expansion) family of Wireless-G Broadband Routers using MIMO (multiple input, multiple output) technology to increase increased speed and range.

Tuesday, 20 September 2005 14:46

Yet another search engine

US-based Dumbfind.com has launched its "intuition-driven search engine" that "promises to revolutionise Internet search by combining the traditional keyword search with the ability to prioritise results based on generalised topics."

Tuesday, 20 September 2005 13:07

Global IPv6 gathers momentum

International carrier, Teleglobe, has announced its global IPv6 transit service with service level agreements and Asia Netcom one of the first live trials of broadcast-quality video over an international IPv6 network.

Tuesday, 20 September 2005 13:03

iiNet picks Juniper for VoIP rollout

iiNet has deployed Juniper Networks VF-series session border controllers to support its new iinetphone VoIP service.

Monday, 19 September 2005 13:01

Korean research focus on software defined radio

A UK company, picoChip has signed a partnership agreement with the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) of Korea to work on software defined radio for the WCDMA/HSDPA standards and for WiMAX.

Sunday, 18 September 2005 09:13

Type quietly, Big Brother could be listening!

Researchers at the University of California at Berkeley claim they have been able to determine keystrokes input to a computer keyboard, simply by analysing a sound recording of the typist hitting the keys.

Thursday, 15 September 2005 17:51

Optus offers IP voice gateway to VoIP operators

Optus Wholesale & Satellite has launched a "business-grade VoIP IP gateway service". It enables VoIP service provider to deliver calls for termination on the PSTN and receive calls to their VoIP customer from the PSTN, as IP packets instead of traditional circuit-switched voice calls.
Thursday, 15 September 2005 17:47

Mobile WiMax standard could be final this month

The much-hyped and long-awaited IEEEE standard 802.16e, for so-called "mobile" WiMAX could be finalised by the end of this month, opening the floodgates for a plethora of compliant products from companies champing at the bit with their claims of 'pre-WiMax' offerings.



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