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News Buzz (Updated December 29, 2007)

Eventure releases Communicator Plus! Beta - Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 Add-in
Eventure, December, 28, 2007
Eventure Technologies, today announced the release of Communicator Plus! Beta - Add-in for Microsoft Office Communicator 2007, especially designed to ease client side archiving and adding capabilities like Quick Text, Auto-Responder, Custom Alerts, Desktop Contacts, Event Logging etc...
ATCOM Business Telecom Solutions Named To Telecommunications ...
The Open Press (press release), December 29, 2007
ATCOM Business Telecom Solutions (www.atcombts.com), a communications solutions provider, has announced that the company has been named one of the top telecommunications equipment suppliers in the Triangle, according to the Triangle Business Journal’s List of Telecommunications Equipment Suppliers.
The What and Why of Open IM
informIT, December 28, 2007
Jabber was based around the same network topology as email, and Jabber IDs look very much like email addresses. Each user of the Jabber network connects to his or her own server, just as users of the email network connect to their own mail servers.
Fring becomes best Mobile IM client
Inquirer, December 28, 2007
FRING FIRST rose to fame as a client for adding a Skype capability to leading mobile handsets. Now the addition of two extra IM [Instant Messaging] services – Aim and Yahoo - makes it an IM leader.
"UC adoption will be ubiquitous, like cell phones"
CXOToday.com, December 28, 2007
With UC, our goal is to integrate all of the ways we contact each other in a single environment, using a single identity that spans phones, PCs and other devices.
USOnyx Introduces Web-Based Products With LiveChat
TMC Net, December 28, 2007
USOnyx, a Singaporean vendor of Web hosting services, has introduced a new range of Web-based communication products, offered in cooperation with LiveChat Software.
SDK helps create CAT-iq compliant devices.
ThomasNet Industrial News Room (press release), December 28, 2007
Supporting the transition from PSTN to VoIP, Natalie 3.0 simplifies DECT integration into next-generation IADs
InterCall Launches GreenConferencing.com
TMCnet, December 28, 2007
InterCall subsidiary of West Corporation, has launched GreenConferencing.com, an initiative to make its conference communications and other collaboration services environment friendly.
Avaya Extends lead in Worldwide Enterprise IP Telephony Revenues ...
ArabianBusiness.com (press release), December 27, 2007
Avaya continued to extend its burgeoning lead in worldwide enterprise Internet Protocol Telephony revenues, claiming nearly 30 percent of the overall IP Telephony market, according to a new report.
iLinc Named as Finalist for Two 'Best of Elearning!' Awards
FOX News, December 27, 2007
iLinc Communications, Inc. (AMEX:ILC), a leading developer of Web conferencing software and audio conferencing services, has been nominated for a pair of awards by the readers of Elearning! Magazine.
InterCall Announces Leadership Team for Launch of Unified ...
ITNews, December 26, 2007
InterCall, the world's largest conferencing provider and a leader in collaboration services, has announced the leadership team for the forthcoming launch of its Unified Communications offering.
Broadvox Looks Back at 2007, and Ahead to 2008
TMCnet, December 26, 2007
A SIP Trunking deployment provides immediate telecom cost savings along with a platform for next-generation SIP services, unified messaging and presence-based applications.
VoIP 'to Benefit' from Emergency Calls
BCS, December 24, 2007
According to IT Week, the take-up and development of VoIP in the UK could be driven on by the new plans, which are set to come into force in 2008.
The Future of Enterprise Mobility: Seven Predictions
Infoworld, December 24, 2007
VoIP and other such applications will eventually become more reliable on higher-tier service plans--though the price for such service will likely be costly.
Web threats make their mark on 07/08
Secure Computing, December 24, 2007
Practically every security vendor predicts web threats – embedding of malicious code on popular websites – will be the vector cybercriminals use to wreak havoc in 2008.
The Cisco/Microsoft Battle for Unified Communications
Computerworld Australia, December 24, 2007
The cold-war between Microsoft and Cisco for the much coveted "unified communications" market has escalated to all out war, with Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates predicting "the death of the PBX.
 

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