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VoIP Revenue Grows Thanks to Competion

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VoIP Revenue Grows Thanks to Competion

ABI Research reports enterprises' VoIP investments are growing, both on customer premises equipment and hosted VoIP, with the UC suites market to reach $4.8 billion by 2015.

It also expects IP PBX vendors to ship just over 35 million IP lines (inluding native IP and hybrid lines) worldwide through 2010. International IP PBX services will finish the year with a 15.3% increase ($3.4 billion) worldwide. 

The competitive environment between CPE vendors and hosted VoIP service providers helps drive revenue growth. Both camps use product differentiation, Read more...

Virtualised Server Sales on the Rise in CEMA

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Virtualised Server Sales on the Rise in CEMA

Q2 virtualised server shipments in CEMA surge 70.3% year-on-year, IDC says. 

IDC's Quarterly Server Virtualisation Tracker reports 12.6% of servers shipped in the region are virtualised-- 16867 units, an increase of 3.1% over last year. 

HP leads the market in virtualised server shipments, followed by IBM and Dell. The top three's market share reaches 79%.

VMware, with Microsoft second, lead in the x86 virtualisation licenses market. 

IDC CEMA Research Analyst Mohamed Hefny says the region's IT administrators take advantage Read more...

Pakedge: In-Ceiling, Flip-Down Wireless Access

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Pakedge wins a patent for in-ceiling wireless access points.

The company will debut swing-down WAP-C3 products supporting 802.11b/g/n at CEDIA 2010.

Pakedge flip-down WAP-C3N supports 802.11b/g/n and protrudes just 3/4-inch from the ceiling.

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OECD Publishes ICT Products Definitions

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OECD Publishes  ICT Products Definitions

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) publishes a document with definitions and classifications for what are "ICT products" and "content and media products".

Product classifications are useful because they are used to measure product usage, current and capital expenditure on products, domestic production, and trade in goods and services. ICT products are defined as "primarily be intended to fulfil or enable the function of information processing and communication by electronic means, including transmission and Read more...

From Thin Client to Zero Client

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From Thin Client to Zero Client

What's Thinner than Thin?

Pano Logic says there is life after thin... and it's called Zero Client.

Designed by Whipsaw, the stylish Pano Cube holds three USB jacks, VGA and audio/mic jacks.You won't find a CPU or memory or storage inside, nor an operating system, drivers, software or moving parts– but it does lean on VMWare's required presence.

With no firmware upgrades, no configuration, no royalty fees, Pano Logic insists, "Our device is the only zero-client out there." They prefer to be thought of as a PCI interface on the PC, Read more...

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