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Tellumat warns of repercussions with DoC-e.tv court ruling

Tellumat, the South African contract manufacturing, communications and defence group, has raised concerns over the recent finding of the South Gauteng high court for e.tv against the Department of Communications. The free-to-air channel successfully argued that the DOC could not...

Unified Communication opportunities in lean times

Depressed markets are likely to continue their adverse impact on the unified communications (UC) industry for at least another three years, with some vendors already experiencing contraction in revenues. In this climate, customers can only be swayed by low upfront...

“Emails will become obsolete” — Tellumat

Electronic emails are vital to today’s businesses worldwide, but Bennie Langenhoven, Tellumat Communication Solutions Managing Executive, believes that will soon change. Langenhoven believes traditional emails will become obsolete in the next few years, replaced by internal chat and social media. “It...

Nine nifty steps to unified communications

For modular and evolutionary growth, unified communications (UC) application platforms is the way to go. Perhaps you are already using a form of it, rudimentary or maybe quite advanced. Or, maybe you do not know where to start. Chances are...

ARC brings affordable voice comms to SMEs

South African SMEs can now access affordable, market-leading IP communications. Converged telecommunications provider, ARC Telecoms, and ShoreTel’s South African distribution partner Tellumat, brings ShoreTel’s unified communications services to local mid-size businesses. ARC selected ShoreTel for its technology, its focus on the...

Tellumat: Digital migration delays hamper sector growth

Delays in migrating television broadcasts from analogue to digital signal transmission is cutting back on the growth of local companies investing in new infrastructure, according to technology firm Tellumat. “We have spent money developing the intellectual property and investing in...
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