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Controllers suit embedded apps
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V3 Semiconductor has introduced the V380SDC SDRAM and enhanced- SDRAM controller for embedded applications.
Bandwidth at issue in cable assemblies
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Cable-assembly suppliers are feeling the demands of the communications-equipment marketplace for higher data rates and more bandwidth.
Trio of vendors brings down size of LED lamps
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Optoelectronics makers are squeezing the sizes of LEDs and their housings to new lows, a trend underscored by the recent release of miniature lamp assemblies from three manufacturers.
Quantum tailors rugged drives for low-cost home PCs
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The "lct" in Quantum Corp.'s new line of Fireball lct 3.5-inch hard-disk drives stands for "low-cost technology" that took more than two years to develop, said John Gannon, president of the company's Hard Disk Drive Group.
TSMC eyes Europe as growth center
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Flash memory shortage could last years, suppliers warn
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The flash memory shortage is growing far worse than observers predicted six months ago, according to several industry executives, who warned last week that the situation could persist for another three years.
Sun conjures Java CPU for media apps
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In a renewed bid to build a market for Java-based chips, Sun Microsystems Inc. is poised to launch a powerful family of devices — called MAJC (for Microprocessor Architecture for Java Computing; pronounced "Magic") — this month at the elite Hot Chips conference. The architecture reflects a fresh approach from Sun toward Java silicon for a broad embedded arena spanning handheld devices, set-top boxes and back-end communications gear.
Acquisitions Fuel the Call Center Industry
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8/1/1999   Post a comment
If you have been following the recent slew of acquisitions, you may have noticed that some new vendors have entered the call center market.
MORE CHOICES AND SPEEDIER DELIVERY SIMPLIFY MUSIC AND MESSAGES ON-HOLD
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Many music and messages on-hold companies make digital customized recordings available from their websites. Here's what's available.
IT'S FOR REAL: IP TELEPHONY FOR CALL CENTERS
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You'll soon be able to use your phone system to receive all kinds of calls, whether they're packet-switched along an IP network or circuit-switched along your existing phone network. Here's what to expect for the near future.
KEEPING THE SMILE IN ENTERTAINMENT
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Successful call centers in the entertainment/media industry always put on their best faces when it comes to serving leisure-bound customers who expect fast, friendly service. Here's how these centers keep customers coming back for more.
GLOBAL TELCOS BROADEN CALL CENTER SERVICES
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When planning a new call center outside of the US, you may still find a helpful partner in your local telco.
NCR'S INTERACTIONPLUS
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InteractionPlus creates onscreen scripts that advise agents how to respond to specific types of incoming calls.
Acquisitions Fuel the Call Center Industry
News & Analysis  
8/1/1999   Post a comment
If you have been following the recent slew of acquisitions, you may have noticed that some new vendors have entered the call center market.
GLOBAL TELCOS BROADEN CALL CENTER SERVICES
News & Analysis  
8/1/1999   Post a comment
When planning a new call center outside of the US, you may still find a helpful partner in your local telco.
IT'S FOR REAL: IP TELEPHONY FOR CALL CENTERS
News & Analysis  
8/1/1999   Post a comment
You'll soon be able to use your phone system to receive all kinds of calls, whether they're packet-switched along an IP network or circuit-switched along your existing phone network. Here's what to expect for the near future.
MORE CHOICES AND SPEEDIER DELIVERY SIMPLIFY MUSIC AND MESSAGES ON-HOLD
News & Analysis  
8/1/1999   Post a comment
Many music and messages on-hold companies make digital customized recordings available from their websites. Here's what's available.
NCR'S INTERACTIONPLUS
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8/1/1999   Post a comment
InteractionPlus creates onscreen scripts that advise agents how to respond to specific types of incoming calls.
Unified Messaging: Everything All The Time
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Unified messaging will become a $5 billion industry by 2003. The UM pie will be carved up all sorts of ways: by conventional CPE (evolved out of today's voicemail); by next-gen products that have more in common with e-mail and intranet servers; and by carrier services in both voicemail and intranet modes.
NITTY GRITTY: WHY A NEW COLUMN?
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Another Pundit Among Us
CT INDEX: REINVENTING CT
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We've revised our CT index; here's why.
CT EXPO FALL 99: ON THE ROAD TO EXPO
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We introduce some of the new faces you'll see this fall (and some familiar ones), and offer thoughts on the never-ending quest to make life easier for buyers.
TOWARD A TELEPHONY MARKUP LANGUAGE
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Any time you need to get machines talking to each other an awful lot of work is required.
DSL IN THE LOCAL LOOP
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Finally -- Cheap broadband! The local-loop solutions that are helping carriers offer bandwidth to the masses.
UI FOR UM?
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In search of a user interface to weave unified messaging, enhanced directory assistance, and other enhanced services into the fabric of people's lives.
CT CONVERGENCE
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With the right IS people on staff, sometimes a virus really is "no worse than a bad cold."
INSTALLING VOIP SYSTEMS
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Dr. CT: Buying an IP Telephony gateway? Here are some "post-shootout" tips to help you avoid buyer remorse.
LEGAL WATCH: ISP CABLE ACCESS VICTORY POINTS TO NEED FOR FEDERAL ACTION
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We call for an FCC ruling on cable broadband equal access.
STATLINE'S (REALLY) 'MISSION-CRITICAL' ACD
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This Picazo installation gives new meaning to the term "mission critical."
POSTCARDS FROM THE 'NET
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'Net savvy telecom VARs bring skills to the convergence table.
IFACE.COM RELEASES TECO-IN-A-BOX, VERSION 2.0
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VoIP applications support PC-to-phone and phone-to-phone calls.
MEDIAPHONICS CYBERDESK/PHONERIDER
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Unified Messaging for the SOHO Roadwarrior
THE ANSWER IS OUTSOURCING
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Maury's Top 10: Fax firms to favor.
MMTA -- THE INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION FOR A COMMFUSION WORLD
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The MMTA is CT's best advocate.
Buyer's Guide 2000: Roadmap to the Converged CT Industry
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Whatever you need to implement your Computer Telephony solution, our annual buyer's guide will lead you to it. Happy shopping!
STATLINE'S (REALLY) 'MISSION-CRITICAL' ACD
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This Picazo installation gives new meaning to the term "mission critical."
THE ANSWER IS OUTSOURCING
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Maury's Top 10: Fax firms to favor.
Unified Messaging: Everything All The Time
News & Analysis  
8/1/1999   Post a comment
Unified messaging will become a $5 billion industry by 2003. The UM pie will be carved up all sorts of ways: by conventional CPE (evolved out of today's voicemail); by next-gen products that have more in common with e-mail and intranet servers; and by carrier services in both voicemail and intranet modes.
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