Author Archives: David Masters

 

Solicall signs up three new customers

Israel-based VoIP service provider Solicall announced yesterday that three unnamed companies have acquired its noise reduction and echo cancellation technology. A UK-based company will use the technology for video conferencing, a.. more
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Nildram pays £50 to refer a friend

Nildram, the business broadband arm of Tiscali, has launched a new ‘refer a friend’ scheme, offering rewards of up to £50 for each new customer referred. Existing Nildram customers can take.. more
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Vaioni launches 10Mbps leased line in Manchester

Business ISP Vaioni has launched a new 10Mbps leased line service in Manchester. Priced at £450+VAT per month, the service offers a fibre optic based Ethernet connection, including 100% SLA and.. more
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Sharedband launches 80Mb broadband

Business broadband provider Sharedband has launched a new service in the UK which provides download speeds of up to 80Mbps. Sharedband increases business broadband bandwidth by merging up to four broadband connections. Sharedband software is installed on modems, enabling the modem to receive up to.. more
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Power hungry broadband networks must embrace energy efficiency

Broadband providers must start reducing the power consumed by their networks, according to a leading industry body. The Home Gateways Initiative (HGI), which sets out industry standards for networking equipment, believes there is ‘substantial scope’ for cost saving and helping the environment by reducing network.. more
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£400,000 prizes for mobile phone security ideas

Four cash prizes worth £100,000 are up for grabs to the designers and inventors who work out the best way of securing mobile phones. The government funded Design Council is offering the prizes in a bid to find a creative solution to mobile security as.. more
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Aussies report potholes via text message

A Sheffield company is enabling residents of the Australian city of Randwick to embrace the technology revolution and get in touch with their local council via text message. Pot holes, illegally dumped rubbish and other issues can now all be reported to Randwick Council using.. more
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Wapple Architect makes software work on any handset

Wapple this week announced the launch of mobile app and website developing tool, Wapple Architect. Apps created using Wapple Architect will automatically work on any phone. Meanwhile, websites built using Wapple Architect will automatically adapt for mobile use when accessed from a mobile handset. Wapple.. more
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Jadu adds Twitter management module

UK-based web content management provider Jadu has added an integrated Twitter module to its web CMS. Jadu CMS Client for Twitter is designed to help organisations and businesses make the most of the micro-blogging phenomenon. Jadu users can now use Twitter to improve brand management,.. more
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Avenir to offer Opal broadband across the UK

TalkTalk’s business broadband service, Opal, is set to expand across the UK following a new co-operation agreement with mobile telecoms provider Avenir Telecom. Under the deal, Avenir will roll-out Opal’s ‘Premium Grade’ fixed-line business broadband, providing download speeds of up to 24Mbps, and a usage.. more
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