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CDMA pioneer, Qualcomm, has announced collaboration with Philips Semiconductor that will see chipsets available by the end of 2005 that will enable the creation of combined cellular, WiFi mobile handsets.

Sunday, 25 September 2005 13:17

Aventail adds SSL VPN to PDAs & Smart Phones

SSL VPN (secure socket layer virtual private network) product developer, Aventail has made its technology available for PDAs and Smart Phones.

Information security investments (manpower and financial) are spiralling upward, with over half of large Australian enterprises saying costs have increased by at least 50% from two years ago, according to a new survey.

Friday, 23 September 2005 10:00

Optus to spend $150m rolling out 340 DSLAMs

Optus has announced its long-expected DSLAM rollout, saying it will invest $150 million to install its own DSLAMs in 340 Telstra exchanges.

Thursday, 22 September 2005 10:00

Blue Reef gets $1m for US assault


Early stage advisory company, BSI has assisted in raising capital for network security developer Blue Reef to fund a $1m project covering Blue Reef's entry into the US market.

Wednesday, 21 September 2005 16:24

What next? Broadband over gas pipes

A US market research company claims that 70 percent of US households could get broadband services via radio signals 'piped' though the gas main.

Thursday, 22 September 2005 10:00

Google building global Google Net?

Image According to US website, Light Reading, Google is building a network so massive that it could effectively be building its own private Internet.

Wednesday, 21 September 2005 10:00

Siemens deploys VoIP systems across Heatcraft


Siemens Communications has deployed its real-time IP systems for Heatcraft Australia across more than 60 branches nationwide.

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.



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