The Conferencing Zone

TMCnet

Conferencing Industry News

TMCNet:  Ready for roll-out

[November 22, 2012]

Ready for roll-out

Nov 22, 2012 (BRW - ABIX via COMTEX) -- Small businesses in Kiama, New South Wales, could be transformed by the national broadband network (NBN). Dougmal Harcourts has spent $A20,000 on fibre optic cable and video conferencing tools. The estate agency's licensee, Susan Spence, expects the NBN to be helpful in expanding her team of nine, as it will be easier for staff to work at home part-time. Spectrum Art Glass contractor Kevin Bogie and Hartgerink Media Services' Nick Hartgerink also welcome the NBN roll-out.


Publication Date: 22 November 2012 DOUGMAL HARCOURTS KIAMA SPECTRUM ART GLASS HARTGERINK MEDIA SERVICES PTY LTD TELSTRA CORPORATION LIMITED - ASX TLS NBN CO LIMITED

[ Back To Homepage ]

Featured Ebook

The Conference Room in 2012
and Beyond

The Conference Room in 2012 and Beyond

An in-depth look at how cutting-edge conferencing solutions are overhauling the collaboration experience.

Featured Podcast

With 35 years of experience in the communications industry and a true understanding of the ever-changing advancements in technology, Fontel is positioned to deliver its customers cutting-edge solutions that carry them into the future. With a specialized focus on conferencing, Fontel has partnered with major manufacturers to offer revolutionary voice and data communication products and services. Our discussion today will highlight Fontel and its affiliation with Yamaha and focus on Yamaha's Projectphones, a series of arrayed microphones that feature an acoustically-engineered structural design, as well as its echo canceller, a technology that eliminates audio cut-out and echo for smooth performance.