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IP phone company Yealink has been putting major emphasis on strategic partnerships recently. The company aims to develop and deliver a variety of business communication solutions with an emphasis on keeping costs down and ensuring offerings are user friendly. Yealink recent partnered with DVCOM Technology, a distributor in the Middle East and Africa, on a reseller conference which was the culmination of a longstanding business relationship between the two companies.
IP transitions are continuing apace when it comes to supporting video conferencing in enterprise environments-but some sectors are lagging behind. Notably, the federal government vertical has been slow to migrate their systems from old-school ISDN lines. A pilot program from the Army Information Technology Agency (ITA) aims to kick the change into high gear.
Nimata, a company specializing in access technologies, was recently chosen to install a new video entry IP phone system for City Harbour, a property development managed by Parc Properties in the Crossharbour area of London.
When people think of the Internet of Things today, they might not include end-users within that sphere-but the fact of the matter is that the more things there are connected, the more seamless the operation will be overall. In this way, the Internet of Things concept has expanded to become the Internet of Everything (IoE), in which people, processes, data and devices (the traditional "things") are brought together to enhance the relevancy of network connections and create a more seamless experience.
GL Communications has launched a high-density call simulator, which functions as a framework for the emulation of IP, TDM and wireless protocols for network testing purposes. The company has dubbed it MAPS, short for Message Automation and Protocol Simulation.
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