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The Bare Switch Project
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12 years ago, our CT ancestors ventured into the open communications wilderness. We discovered the original manuscripts: SCAI, ASAI, ACT, CSTA, and OAI to name a few. Nearby, Internet sorcerers cackled. A winged sow stood in the corner and awaited its destiny.
Voice Over DSL is Coming
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Here's what the future looks like.
I-Bus Joins the Fault Tolerant Club
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I-Bus brings forth their new FRBP-18A15 Fault Resilient Backplane.
M-Commerce
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Wireless solves the "second line" problem. M-commerce draws nigh.
The Broadband Building
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Ready access to multi-service broadband is becoming a key component of value for both business and residential properties. As real estate stakeholders rush to meet tenant demands, carriers are stepping up to the plate with a new generation of convergence products, engineered to distribute voice/data services to multi-tenant units.
The Future of Call Accounting
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Flat-rate billing, "free" long distance - soon, pundits say, voice service itself may cost (next to) nothing. Does this spell doom for call accounting, or does convergence offer huge opportunities for this "back room" application to assume a front-and-center role?
Small Office CT: High Performance, Low Pain Threshold
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CT presents a broad range of cost-effective solutions for small- and medium-sized offices. Here's all the latest on micro-PBX's, communication servers, messaging, and small office VoIP.
CT Labs tests: Speech Driven Auto Attendants
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Speech recognition auto attendants aim to replace those annoying "spell by digit" company directories as well as expensive live operators. Does their performance match their aim? We aimed to find out.
Proven UNIX
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SCO - the Santa Cruz Operation - has been in the UNIX marketplace for 20 years. It now holds a dominant position with respect to this powerful, fault-resilient OS.
Intelligent Time Sheets
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CNC Global Consulting builds an intelligent time-sheet app.
Contracting With Carriers: Buyer Beware
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Negotiating service agreements with telecommunications carriers is a precarious undertaking.
Bookmark This!
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Maury's favorite super-useful URLs.
Arrogant or Stupid?
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Personality flaws can limit CommFusion success.
A Convergence Box for SOHO's
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Pivotal's Stargazer 1800 ISDN VoIP Router.
InfoInteractive's Internet Call Manager
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Lets you manage incoming calls while you're on a dialup Net connection and gives you web-based voicemail.
Contracting With Carriers: Buyer Beware
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Negotiating service agreements with telecommunications carriers is a precarious undertaking.
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