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Polycom QDX 6000 Video Conference System

  The Polycom QDX 6000 are easy to configure and set up, which uses H.323 protocols and they offer many options for customisation. It allows customers to quickly get up and running in no time, making this a compelling choice for small to medium size businesses in need of a reliable video conferencing solution. 

Simple SOHO networking

Here’s a typical schematic diagram of a typical SOHO setup suitable for up to 50 network users. The backbone can be connected back to a UNIFI or Maxis high speed fiber broadband service with routing done by a midrange class x86-64 Intel server. 

Google Nexus 4 stock shortages due to ‘huge demand’ says LG

By Luke Johnson Source: With Google Nexus 4 sales seeing the Android 4.2 handset sell out for a second time last week, manufacturer LG has revealed that Google Nexus 4 stock shortages have been caused by “huge demand.” Selling out with 30 minutes of the November 13 Google Nexus 4 release date, Google last [...]

Samsung’s Galaxy S3 to get Premium Suite upgrade

  By Don Reisinger Source: New features include multiple window support and the ability to see the most frequently used apps in a single pane. Samsung’s Galaxy S3 is getting the company’s Premium Suite upgrade pack. 

techMISSION #4

  Several of the most common errors made in implementing home networks is the use of “repeater” wireless devices and installing second layer wireless routing. Owners of large bungalow or multi-storey homes usually finds it a bane to design a wireless network to cover the entire premises and in pursuit of doing so, more often [...]

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