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mBlox which claims to be the world's largest mobile transaction network has launched Premium SMS (PSMS) services in Australia and has opened an office in…
Fujitsu and Syndesis, a provider of convergent service delivery management, are to jointly market their products and services in the Asia Pacific region.
Wednesday, 23 November 2005 16:39

Consultancy to aid telcos with ACIF code compliance

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A new company, Mitigate Consulting, has been set up to provide advice to telecommunications carriers, service providers and internet service providers on customer relations and…
Wednesday, 23 November 2005 16:32

Cisco teams up with ZTE

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Cisco Systems and China's largest listed telecoms manufacturer, ZTE Corporation, have signed an agreement to develop business opportunities in the telecommunications service provider market in…
Tuesday, 22 November 2005 23:33

HP and NSW Govt sign green agreement

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Hewlett-Packard Australia and the NSW Government have announced a three year agreement which will involve HP implementing green practices across its all of its Australian…
Downer Communications Technology Group (CTG), a business unit of Downer Engineering, set up last year to be the exclusive Australian distributor of telecoms equipment from…
ASX-listed Tele-IP's wholly-owned subsidiary, Beam Communications, has appointed Norwegian company Marlink AS to resell its satellite terminals to the global market.
Tuesday, 22 November 2005 15:18

Macedonia to get world's largest WiFi network

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US manufacturer of WiFi mesh technology, Strix Systems, has been selected by a Macedonian ISP to create a country-wide wireless mesh network that will be…
Tuesday, 22 November 2005 15:16

Cordless Skype his US high streets

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Motorola in the US has introduced the first Skype-certified Bluetooth headset which has gone on sale at 3,500 RadioShack stores nationwide for $US99.99.
Sony will continue to edge out Microsoft but the gap between the two gaming console giants will narrow over the next five years in Australia,…

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