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RITTAL: "THE BIGGEST NAME IN COMPACTPCI YOU'VE NEVER HEARD OF."
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While other companies produce much fanfare, Rittal produces much product.
WILL TAXES DARKEN THE FUTURE OF DSL?
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The question of whether the states can tax DSL services is one of several unresolved legal questions that has the potential to significantly impact the evolution of the nascent DSL market. Here's a look at the situation.
ECHO CANCELLATION AND VOIP
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A closer look at the causes of echo
BLESSED BE THE EVANGELISTS
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Evangelize, communicate, sell more CT.
THE CUSTOMER ALWAYS CLICKS TWICE
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A new category of call center products is emerging: systems that mix telephony, VoIP, text chat, and other Web technologies.
CISCO 1750: A SMALL OFFICE VoIP Solution
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Fulfilling our promise from last month's Innovations, we wasted no time in getting Cisco's new branch office router/gateway, the 1750, into our East Coast labs for a round of hands-on evaluation. Here's how it performed.
CALL CENTER CASTS A WIDER NETWORK TO CATCH A LABOR POOL
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Williams integrates a multi-location call center solution for Pagemart Wireless.
CPS'S INFOSERVER 2000 V2.0
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This CT switch adjunct does IVR, intelligent call routing and fax-on-demand.
DIGITAL SET EMULATION
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Depending on application, desired price point, and other variables, emulating a proprietary station set may be the best way to integrate a PBX with a CT client, server or appliance.
THE CUSTOMER ALWAYS CLICKS TWICE
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A new category of call center products is emerging: systems that mix telephony, VoIP, text chat, and other Web technologies.
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