Internet product provider U.S. Robotics has added to its Gigabit Ethernet range. The new offerings support higher speed and bandwidth applications such as digital media, voice over IP and web-based services.
Breslin at Cogent helm
Cogent has appointed Charles Breslin as managing director as the contact centre services provider seeks to become a £30m business by 2008. The former head of Churchill Insurance’s contact centre strategy group will bring over 20 years of experience to the role.
Head them off at the iPass
Wireless vendor Sierra Wireless has been appointed as a partner to mobility services firm iPass. The two have confirmed details of Sierra Wireless’ AirCard 580 working with iPass’ mobile data service to provide users with mobile out-of-office information access.
Mayflex adds to sales team
Networking distributor Mayflex has added four members to its sales team as it attempts to expand in the structured cabling market. The firm has also added Mobotix, Aastra, PolyVision, Minicom and Belden to its portfolio in the last 18 months.
Onetel rides the Openwave
Openwave has won the contract to provide alternative telco Onetel’s voicemail messaging system. Users will use the IP-based next-generation voicemail system, while Onetel will integrate the system into future offerings by using the application’s built in support for IP, SIP and XML.
Keep on shipping
Avaya has shipped more than seven million IP lines, surpassing its traditional line shipments this year. The firm also shipped more IP lines in the first quarter of 2005 with a 21 per cent share, according to figures from Synergy Research Group
Fantastic Mr Firefox
IBM and Mozilla are working together to offer easier web navigation for disabled users. Big Blue will offer software for Mozilla’s Firefox 1.5 browsers that assist the visually impaired by displaying magnified web pages.
Businesses also admit to holding data without permission of subjects
Zedsphere says end-point security vendor's offerings will be a 'key' feature of its wider portfolio
New acquisition will bring UK cloud service provider's global headcount to over 700
Law firm claims that Oracle lied to investors over what is driving its cloud revenue growth and boosted sales through 'threats and extortive tactics'