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This is the second and final part of our coverage of the Unified Communications(UC) Expo 2012. Taking place in London’s Olympia, this is a trade show where all the vendors in the UC marketplace show off their products, services and solutions for 2012 and beyond.
We are pleased to announce that we are part of the Tech Podcast Network. If you do a tech podcast, then you need to be on techpodcasts.com. This is possibly the best place to find technology podcasts like ours. Since the site is fully HTML5 compliant, the site will also play on many different platforms including Roku, iPad, iPhone, Google TV, the PlayStation 3 and many more. This is also how your tech podcast can gain followers, exposure and get people to hear what you have to say. Remember, if it’s tech it’s definitely there on TechPodcasts.com.
We would like to thank the following people for making us feel welcome at UC Expo 2012:
- Charles James
- Pejman Roshan
- Manish Sablok
- Edward Fox
- Sharon Entwistle
- Nilima Patwardhan
- Ofer Guetta
- Mark Spencer
- Nigel Jones
- Carolyn Boosley
- Becky Constantine
- Tim Koehler
- Eisha Cooke
Big shout out going out to Billy happy Birthday , Jamie Chapman, Harley, Liam, Sid, Ray, Jane and Claire.
Day two roundup
IP telephony solutions provider snom has announced its Gold and Platinum Partners for 2012, with a total of nine distributors gaining the coveted Platinum Partner status, and a further ten becoming Gold Partners. Gold and Platinum partner status is awarded in recognition of strong sales of snom products, as well as the high levels of support the partners have provided to their snom customers throughout 2011. Snom were also showcasing the snom 300 and the snom 821 were the first SIP phones which were officially tested and qualified as interoperable with Microsoft Lync™ by Microsoft.
Next up polycom in partnership with Microsoft were showcasing how they deliver a highly scalable and more secure solution that simplifies deployment and management, helping customers cut overall costs in their UC infrastructure. as well as showing off The Polycom CX7000 unified collaboration system which redefines the way users communicate by providing a unique multi-way collaboration experience with high definition (HD) telepresence technology.
Powernet were showcasing ViBE which is a WAN optimisation technology, designed to enhance the quality and performance of all data circuits and to deliver IP-voice services with superior quality and a 5-fold increase in call capacity.
The technology in ViBE delivers superior quality IP voice calls, up to 500% increase in IP call capacity as well as enhanced performance of cloud applications and all other IP communication services. ViBE also provides a number of unique bandwidth stacking and resiliency options, including there unique RAIN mode to reduce latency and packet loss to a minimum.
Next up KEMP Technologies today announced that its LoadMaster hardware-based and virtual appliance load balancers are now approved for Microsoft Lync Server 2010 that integrates voice communications, IM, audio, video, and web conferencing. KEMP’s affordable LoadMaster portfolio delivers reliable server load balancing, optimised application delivery and built-in SSL acceleration for any size business. This approval ensures customers have a seamless experience integrating LoadMasters with Microsoft Lync server pools.
KEMP LoadMaster solutions make it easy to speed deployment of critical server roles and protocols offered by Microsoft Lync Server 2010. By adding load balancing, traffic can be scaled across Lync 2010 Front End, Director and Edge server pools.
Digium CTO and Asterisk architect Mark Spencer talked passionately about how Asterisk and Open source extends flexibility throughout the value chain to enable choice and make a real impact from an extremely broadened view of unified communication. Compromise is no longer needed and with the power of community.
We sat down to talk with Ofer Guetta from IBM to talk about some of the solutions and products that they were showcasing at this year’s UC Expo. You can find out more about their offerings over at ibm.com/social.
Up next, we talked with Tim Koehler from Snom about some of their telephony products and solutions including their fifth generation Snom handsets. You can find more about their products and services by going to the Snom website at snom.com.
We talked with Mark Spencer(CTO of Digium) about Asterisk and more. You can find out more about Digium over at Digium.com.
We talked with George Zervos from Kemp Technologies about their LoadMaster load balancing hardware and virtual appliances. You can find out more about these and other products over at KempTechnologies.com.
We spoke with Charlie James from Polycom about their Real Presence Platform and much more. You can find out more about the products, services and solutions at Polycom.co.uk or Polycom.com(if you are in the USA).
Picks of the show
Adi’s pick of the show went to the smart interactive whiteboard. Let’s say you’re in a meeting and you have have something that you need to convey in pictures instead of words.
Instead of telling people about it, hook your computer up to a projector and a smart interactive whiteboard and you will be able to do just that. You would be able to use a special pen to draw on the screen to convey those thoughts in pictures. Adi had a chance to play with one of these on the show floor and it was awesome.
Chris’ pick of the show was ShoreTel’s BYOD solution. With this solution, the devices that people can use increases to smartphones, tablets, and laptops. Shoretel provide the software and hardware to allow employees to access network services on their own devices. An amazing solution and one your company should be looking to incorporate into there business model as more productive working solution. In the words of Pejman Roshan, work is not a place you go, it’s a thing that you do.
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Hot off the presses We are pleased to announce that we are part of the Tech Podcast Network(at TechPodcasts.com). Now if you do a tech podcast, then you need to be on techpodcasts.com. This is possibly the best place to find technology podcasts like ours. Since the site is fully HTML5 compliant, the will also play on many different platforms including Roku, iPad, iPhone, Google TV, the PlayStation 3 and many more. This is also how your tech podcast can gain followers, exposure and get people to hear what you have to say. Remember, if it’s tech it’s definitely there on TechPodcasts.com.
We have also teamed with Tech News Canada. We will be posting our shows to their website.
This is going to be the first part in our coverage of the Unified Communications Expo 2012. aking place in London’s Olympia, this is a trade show where all the vendors in the Unified Communications(UC) market place show off their products, services and solutions for 2012 and beyond.
We would like to thank some of the people that made us fell welcome at this year’s unified communications expo: Pejman Roshan, Manish Sablok, Edward Fox, Sharon Entwistle, Nilima Patwardhan, Ofer Guetta, Anuya, Mark Spencer, NIgel Jonees, Angie Reed, Mark WIlliams, Charlie James, Becky Constantine, Tim Koehler and Eisha Cooke.
IBM social business track brand new for 2012 were showing delegates how to , communicate more effectively with their customers and employees , while giving their business the edge over the competition.
IBM had two dedicated social business theaters social CRM and the social customer where major companies at the show could get advice and practical tips on what to look out for when buying social work place technologies and The Social and connected business where delegates could get advice on providing a consistent customer experience across all channels to deliver better services to the customer.
One of the highlights of the show show was IBM’s center piece the collaboration dinner a modern twist on Edward Hopper’s famous 1942 painting, “Nighthawks”, with a majority of the diner-themed space being devoted to debate and discussion with key Social Business leaders sat at informal coffee tables where they learned how to implement successful strategy to collaborate internally and externally via IBM social business software tools.
Next up the Microsoft partner zone where Microsoft and other company’s were show casing some of there truly unified communications platforms that included hardware, software and service elements to complement the Microsoft UC platform and Microsoft Lync.
Nokia were showcasing their new windows phone the Lumia 800 which connects to office 365, SharePoint and Lync. Ready for business right out the box which features their new highly secure windows environment. It also has a gorilla glass display making the screen hard to crack.
Avaya partner zone were show casing the next generation high street ,bank, pharmacy, operations center and small businesses UC technologies solutions and products.
We had sat down and talked with Manish Sablok and Nigel Jones from Alcatel-Lucent. The main talking points of this interview were:
- The company and its history
- Their conferencing solutions
- Their desktop integration solutions
- My TeamWork
- Their multi-access communications solutions
- The future for Alcatel’s unified communications solutions
- The future for unified communications 5 or 10 years from now
- Their opinion on the next great thing in the unified communications marketplace
Next, we sat down with Pejman Roshan of Shortel. The main talking points of this interview were:
- The company and its history
- The products being showcased at Shoretel’s stand on the show floor including PBX, IP Telephony, Shoretel conferencing, Shoretel’s
- What makes Shoretel unique from other vendors in the marketplace
- Shoretel’s virtualisation solutions
- What the future is for Shoretel
Hi everyone. I want to apologise for not posting any articles over the last couple of days. However, this has been for a good reason. I have been preparing some awesome content for you. During this week, the MHF Tech network went down to the Unified Communications Expo 2012. Taking place in London’s Olympia, this is the trade show where the vendors in the unified communications space show off their wares for 2012 and beyond.
I am pleased to announce that I am going to be recording episode 8 of MHF Specials this weekend. In this upcoming episode we are going to be bringing you our coverage of Unified Communications Expo 2012. We hope that you will be able to join us for what will be a great show.
The MHF Tech Network is going to be launching our new site very soon. Hopefully, it should be available as an open beta next week so stay tuned for more updates on that one. Big shout-outs going to Nilima Patwardhan, Sharon, Ellie Bunce, Laura Ray, Becky Mario, Rose Ross, Francesco Aresta and Louis Slabbert.
Our sources indicate that Microsoft might be limiting the number of Windows 8 editions to just six. The six editions are reported to be the 32 bit and 64 bit editions of Windows 8, Windows 8 Professional edition and Windows 8 Enterprise Edition.
Nokia has pushed out version 1.2 of their Meego operating system for the Nokia N9. The update is now available for download right from your device.
As part of their announcement, Nokia has put up some photos that have been taken directly from their announced 808 Pure view camera phone.
Mobile computing has come a long way since the early 1990s. Back then, I remember having a laptop running Windows 95. At the best, I could take on some of the best golf courses in Microsoft Golf 3.0 or despatch some alien denizens in Doom I was not really all that great, but boy were those games fun.
Now let’s fast forward the clock to today. Increasingly, more and more of us are using our phones, tablets and laptops as our main computers. These mobile computers allow us to do a lot of the things that a traditional desktop computer can do. Check emails, go shopping online, play games, write documents of many kinds, listen to music and so much more.
During this week, we will see the start of a trade show known as Mobile World Congress. A place where we can find out more about some of the Tablet computers, phones, and other mobile computers and technology which will be available to us in the near future. This years conference is taking place in the city of Barcelona between the 27th February and 1st March 2012. At the show, there will be approximately 1400 exhibitors. Amongst them will be some of the big names such as Huawei, Nokia, Samsung, Motorola, HTC, AT&T and Vodafone.
Alongside that, there will be some keynote speeches. Some of the confirmed speakers include John Donahoe(CEO of eBay), Eric Schmidt(Executive Chairman of Google), Dennis Crowley(CEO of FourSquare), René Obermann(chairman and CEO of Deutsche Telekom) and John Chambers(chairman and CEO of Cisco Systems).
So here are some of the things that have already been announced. To start off with, Nokia has announced its 808 Pureview phone which is said to be sporting a 41 megapixel camera phone for some super high-res photos of squirrels. Samsung has also unveiled their Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet which will run Google Android Ice Cream Sandwich and sport a dual-core 1.4GHz CPU. HTC have also unveiled their HTC One S and One X phones all of which will also run Ice Cream Sandwich(AKA Android 4.0).
A clever guy has been able to find a way to play your old floppy disk DOS games on your Android Tablet. All you need is a USB floppy disk drive which connects straight to your Android Tablet and A copy of DOSBox for Android and you are good to go.
Technology firms featured heavily in this year’s list of the 25 most oddball questions compiled by the US employment website Glassdoor. Careers experts said the questions were intended to make a candidate display a thoughtful approach to problem-solving.
As well as HP’s brain-acher, interviewees at other companies were asked:
- “How many people are using Facebook in San Francisco at 2.30pm on a Friday?” (Google)
- “How do you feel about those jokers at Congress?” (Consolidated Electrical)
- “If you were a Microsoft Office program, which one would you be?” (Summit Racing Equipment)
- “You’re in a row boat, which is in a large tank filled with water. You have an anchor on board, which you throw overboard (the chain is long enough so the anchor rests completely on the bottom of the tank). Does the water level in the tank rise or fall?” (Tesla Motors)
Glassdoor said that while technology companies included questions designed to catch candidates off guard, they also posed tried and tested queries such as “Why did you apply for this job?” and “What are your strengths and weaknesses?”.
You can now build your own TV antenna using a can of your favourite. First, cut a fizzy drink can in half, then staple the two halves to a piece of wood, hot glue a wire to run from the cans to the transformer, and you’re done. It’s a crude solution, but at least it works.
Picks of the Week
Chris’ Pick of the Week was a set of Wi-Fi bathroom scales available from FireBox. They are a little on the expensive side at £119 but this gizmo automatically records your weight, fat mass and BMI(body mass index) every time you step on it. It beams the information to your computer or iPhone over your WiFi connection, so you can track your results wherever you may roam via a password protected website or free iPhone app.
it is also compatible with online coaching programs such as Daily Burn and iPhone apps like RunKeeper and WeightBot. You can even sync with Google Health and share your progress via email, Twitter or Facebook.
Adi’s pick of the week was a category of tech known as Robotic vacuum cleaners. It can be an absolute chore trying to keep your house really clean. So what if you could have something else to do that for you? This is where a robotic hoover would come in. Just simply press the power on button, and let it do all the hard work, whilst you have a cup of coffee or play a quick round of Wipeout HD. Most of these hoovers will also know exactly where not to go and would return back to their charging dock whenever it needs a recharge. These are available on eBuyer, Amazon, Firebox and many other sites.
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This is our little taster of what to expect at the Unified Communications Expo 2012, coming to you from London’s Olympia on the 6th and 7th of March 2012. This year’s event is all about ‘connected business anywhere’ for small and large businesses and for people working in HR, sales & marketing, mobile, finance and business IT.
All the key technology companies will be there big name players such as AT&T, Microsoft, IBM, Avaya, NEC, BT, ShoreTel and Alcatel-Lucent as well as industry figures who can address your questions from understanding cloud computing to the lastest thinking on visual based collaboration and video conferencing.
We want to give a shout out to Sophie Cools, Dan White, Trevor Elams , Emma Wilson, NEC, AT&T, Johnson King, Dana Hashem, Hannah Townsend, Ben Roberts, Richard Scarlett, Go-Grid, Adapt, Fusion IO, FireHost.
We want to say hello to Sarah Wheeler, Sara Wu, Gretchen Schneider, Robots in Film , Maria Lisa and Benjamin Robbins. A big hello to Leo Laporte, FourCast, BigPCTech blog, Lockergnome and all our friends in China and Japan, thank you for tuning in.
Brett Johnson(unified communications technical specialist at Microsoft) will be a speaker at this year’s show. He will be leading a seminar that looks at what Microsoft Office 365 is and focusing in particular on Microsoft Lync.
Mark Spencer(Founder) and John Digium(CTO) of Digium will be talking about how their Asterisk product and open source extends flexibility throughout the value chain. Therefore enabling choice and make a real impact from an extremely broadened view of unified communication.
At this year’s show, Craig Walker from Alcatel-Lucent will be doing a seminar on the benefits of collaborative conversations. This will include talking points such as the benefits of collaborative conversations and the efficiency of building ad-hoc communities on a course of a business driven project.
Mark Beranek from AT&T will be doing a seminar entitled: the path to unified communications, an integrated approach. Join them at the enterprise collaboration and innovation thatre to learn a new way of thinking about the impact of the next generation of UC capabilities.
Sennheiser will also be at the show. The products that they will be showcasing include Their DECT headsets, and their headsets designed for professionals who require true narrowband and widepand audio in call center and office workplaces.
Draytek will be at the show this year. They are going to be showcasing their Vigor IPPBX 2820 and the Vigorphone 350 VoIP telephone. Julian Hubble from Draytek will also be doing a seminar on the effective use of VoIP in your office communications.
Plantronics will be at the show and they will be showcasing Callisto 800 series multi-device speaker phone system, the Savi 700 series wireless headset and the VoyagerPRO UC Wireless headset system.
Vanilla IP will be at the show. A few of the products and services they will be showcasing include their UBOSS automation, Hosted PABX, and QUDO, a new service which includes functionality such as hosted call recording, home worker support and conference calling.
We are going to be launching a new website very soon so stay tuned for more updates.
You can email us on [email protected] with any questions, comments, suggestions and feedback.
At Cloud Expo Europe 2012, Adi took up the SoftLayer Server Challenge. Click here to check out the video on YouTube.
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This is our newest show on the MHF Tech Network which is all about gaming. If it’s PC, PS3, XBox 360, Nintendo Wii retro or anything else in the world of gaming, we cover it here.
Codemasters have announced that they will release a Complete Edition of DIRT 3. This edition will include twelve new tracks, and many new cars and liveries for you to play with. This complete edition should be available sometime in March 2012
For gamers who can’t wait until february 14th, a youTube user has posted extensive footage of the Demo for Mass effect 3. You can view the video below.
The folks at sony have posted up a video which gives a sneak peek of the Upcoming Playstation Vita. You can watch the video in its full glory below.
In today’s feature, we talked about DOSBox, a great way to play some classic PC games from the days of the MS-DOS era of PC gaming. This application only gives you enough to run games in an emulated DOS environment. You can run FreeDOS on DOSBox but it is not recommended.
There are two ways to use DOSBox. The first way is the hard way, you will need to know some DOS commands. If you do know some commands, then you are good to go. If not, then don’t worry, the DOSBox Wiki has some great tutorials for learning DOS commands. Now for the easy way! If you go to the DOSBox website you also find a lot of these front ends.
These frontends will allow you to use DOSBox and have less use of the command line. In some cases, you can just put your DOS game CD into your computer, and install the games onto your computer using the installer on the disk. Once you have installed the game, you can then simply double click on it and it will run. Yes gamers it can be that simple.
A great place to obtain games that run on DOSBox include Good Old Games(AKA GOG). You do have to pay for some of these games, but they do have a few freebies to get you started.
DOSBox is a free application and you can download it from DOSBox.com.
Picks of the week:
Chris picked MAME, which stands for multiple arcade machine emulator. It’s a great way to relive some of those arcade game classics such as Robocop, After Burner, Rolling Thunder and many more. You can find some MAME games(AKA ROMS) from such sites as rom-world.com but be sure to check that the games you are downloading are public domain.
Disclaimer: The MHF Tech Network does not condone, promote, endorse, glorify, advocate or tolerate piracy.
If you want to download MAME, then check out MAMEDev.org . That’s where you can check out the Windows version of the software. If you want to check it out on the Mac, then take a look at MAME OSX which is a MAME frontend.
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This is the second and final part of our coverage of Cloud Expo Europe 2012 from London’s Olympia.
We would like to give a big shout-out to:
- Dana Hashem
- Fusion IO
- Nigel Tozer
- Hannah Townsend
- Claire Ayles
- Jacqueline Brooker
- Ben Roberts
- David Blackman
- Jamie Chapman
- ESET Global
- Mok Oh
- Alson Water
- The Media Dude
- Coolism TV
- Chris Pirillo
- Michelle McMurray
- Natasha Simmons
- Matthew Potter(who is listening to us in Canada)
What a great bunch of people. We can now announce the Winner of our Drobo competition. We gave the names of those who entered to Zeus, the MHF robot to randomly pick a name and the winner is Richard Lawson. Congratulations Richard, your Drobo will be on its way to you soon.
The roundup for day two
Huawei, leading Chinese telcom hardware and solutions company were debuting some of there wireline, wireless and ip cloud technologies for telecomms providers.Hexagrid were show casing some of there Infrastructure-as-a-Service(IAAS) and virtual management systems solutions such as its VxDatacentre SP Edtion as its premium product.Kognitio on demand data warehousing in the cloud allows organizations to under take large scale data analytics. its now possible with out the need for IT departments to service, maintain and support databases and its users.We sat down with CommVault to ask them about some of their backup solutions and virtual servers technologies. The main talking points from the interview were:
- What is unique about Commvault that separates it from other vendors in the marketplace
- The great features of Simpana 9
- The steps that CommVault takes to make sure that their customers’ data is safe
- CommVault’s view on the future of cloud computing in about 5 to 10 years time.
- CommVault’s view on the next great thing in the cloud hosting marketplace
- CommVault’s unified platform solution
- The future for CommVault
- The history of Fusion IO
- IO Memory
- The technology behind IO Turbine
- Fusion IO’s integrated solutions
- A glimpse into the future of Fusion IO
so why is it a good idea to adopt clouding computing for your large/medium business’s and organizations?in a an age of cash strapped IT departments, maintenance activities which streach IT departments to the limit, there is little time for development and new implitations.When business’s do decided to move part or all of their existing infractruter to the cloud. It will let them pursue new opportunities and development cut latency of data exchange and a more cost effective environment.Of course their are concerns such as cost , security and reliability but all of these issues have addressed in recent years and shouldn’t hold you back.
For example FireHost one of the stars of Cloud expo Europe offer a full range of security measures such as hardware network firewall, web application protection, network isolation and DDos protection. and for 145 pounds a month that include no setup fees or contract could look very attractive to IT network managers in this time of recession .
Equally strong on reliability Companies such as Equnix , go grid and Adapt specialise in bringing the customers reliable ,affordable and low latency Iaas . Chris was most impressed by GoGrid’s alliance with equnix which could soon dominate parts of the cloud market for IaaS. Adapt also have some very robust technology solutions.
That brings us to the end of our coverage of Cloud Expo Europe 2012 from London’s Olympia
Our next MHF Special will be covering the Unified Communications Expo 2012 on the 6th and 7th of March 2012 at London’s Olympia.
This year’s event is all about ‘connected business anywhere’ for small and large businesses and for people working in HR, sales & marketing, mobile, finance and business IT.
The big name exhibitors such as Dell, IBM, Microsoft – will be showcasing the latest in Voice, Cloud, Mobile, Unified and Visual Comms – and, there is a new part to the show sponsored by IBM called Social Business.
There will be some really interesting demos this year such as Microsoft’s ‘Immersive Experience’, Avaya’s ‘One Step Beyond’ and IBM’s ‘Nighthawks at the Diner’ scene where actors will transform from a 1940’s painting into the modern world and debate about social media. So catch it first only on the MHF tech network first for the latest breaking news in tech.
Until next time, watch those skies and back up your Data
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We have a few people that we need to thank for making us feel welcome at Cloud Expo Europe 2012.
- Hannah Townsend
- Claire Ayles
- Chris Drake
- Richard Scarlett
- John Soanes
- Jeffrey Samuels
- Rupert S. Tagnipes
- Jacqueline Brooker
Adapt , silver sponsor of the show were show casing their latest Enterprise cloud services, infrastructure management , integrated network and data centre services .
Citrix the industry giant were demonstrating their build and manged services for the cloud with their priemnun products Citrix cloud stack and cloud portal delivering highly scalable cloud infractuture to the likes of Godaddy and Apple.
Equinix newest techology The Equinix Internet Exchange provides a convenient platform for network service providers, content companies and enterprises to execute peering relationships across the globe, resulting in enhanced service levels and lower connectivity costs.
Firehost were demonstrating their Enterprise security meaning true security for the cloud, their comprehempsive managed support to the customer and their powerful customer portal.
Go-grid were showcasing their latest Infrastructure as a service technology solutions for the public and private cloud.
- The partnerships/services that GoGrid have/provide with some of the mobile telecommunications providers
- The out-of-the-box solutions that GoGrid provides
- What is unique about GoGrid that separates it from other vendors in the marketplace
- Their thoughts on the future of cloud computing in 5 to 10 years
- Their thoughts on the next great thing in the cloud hosting marketplace
- What the future is for GoGrid
- Who FireHost are
- Chris Drake’s thoughts on the Sony Playstation Network hacks
- The key technologies and services that FireHost provides
- What is unique about FireHost that separates it from the other vendors in the marketplace
- The steps that it takes to ensure that its customers data is safe
- Chris Drake’s thoughts on the future of cloud security
- Chris Drake’s thoughts on the next great thing in the cloud security marketplace
- Auto-scaling with regards to FireHost’s cloud hosting services
- John Soanes’ thoughts on achieving their VMWare VCloud-powered status
- The solutions and technologies that Adapt provides
- What is unique about Adapt that separates it from the other vendors in the marketplace
- The Adapt Management Portal
- The Datacenter services that Adapt provides
- The other network services that Adapt provides
- John Soanes’ thoughts on the future of cloud computing
- John Soanes’ thoughts on the next great thing in the marketplace
- Adapt’s MPLS IP VPN services