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News Buzz (Updated May 7, 2009)

WAN optimisation to enable unified comms is an opportunity for ...
SearchVoIP, May 7, 2009
o, in order to get work done more efficiently, enterprises extend unified communications (UC) and collaboration applications to employees in their homes and in branch offices, hotels, coffee shops and airports.
IPvaani Inc., Launched Free Internet Based Video Phone Calling ...
PR.com (press release), May 7, 2009
IPvaani Inc. a leading worldwide broadband Internet phone service provider, based in Silicon Valley, today announced that it is launching free video phone service called "IPdarshan" to its subscribers.
Avaya: Unified communications is need of the hour for businesses ...
AME Info, May 5, 2009
The research showed that 84% of respondents were interested in deploying Unified Communications; 24% want to implement a UC strategy within six months, with a further 36% planning on implementing a UC strategy by 2010.  
BlackBerry MVS Server for Cisco Unified Communications Manager Unifies
The FINANCIAL, May 5, 2009
BlackBerry MVS, through integration with Cisco Unified Communications Manager, supports a rich set of features on BlackBerry smartphones
hi5 Adds Chat, With A Social Twist
Washington Post, May 4, 2009
Social network hi5 is launching an instant messaging service, hi5 IM, adding real-time interaction for users. hi5 IM, which is similar to Facebook Chat
Unified comms sector could benefit, despite downturn: Report
iTWire, May 4, 2009
William says that interest in UC solutions is strongest within the government, banking, healthcare, professional services and education sectors, and the study identifies telephony, e-mail, conferencing and collaboration, and instant messaging as the key UC applications to deliver value in the eyes of CIOs and IT managers.
Corporate Mindset Driving Adoption Of Unified Communications
Bernama, May 4, 2009
Corporate mindset is the key factor driving the adoption of Unified Communications (UC) and Enterprise 2.0 technologies in corporations across the Asia Pacific, according to International Data Corporation (IDC).
Economic Downturn Spurs Virtualization, Unified Communications Growth
24-7PressRelease.com (press release), May 4, 2009
However, 75 percent of the organizations rushing to roll out new network technologies lack the tools and visibility needed to monitor and troubleshoot performance problems.

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