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PBXCTI
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More Mainframe Moments:A look at both standalone and CT "integrated" success stories that are centered around close-architected telephony switches, aka. Private Branch eXchanges (PBXs).
Best Of Show: CT Expo's Sweet Sixteen
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Our editors and show judges name 16 vendors in categories ranging from single-line home-office products to high-density enhanced-services platforms.
CTExpoSpring99
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What we liked at the Show
Cisco Bites the Blended Bullet
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Cisco Systems is about to light off a Saturn V-sized monster that's sure to get everyone's attention.
In Pursuit of Plastic Pirates
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Using CT to catch credit-card thieves.
Taking Stock In Fax Company Tips: A Review
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Another look at Maury's picks
Their Best Tips
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Lanny Gilbert, a Service Conceptor at BellSouth Telecommunications' Intelligent Services Division, talks about design and problem solving
The CommFusion Landscape Takes Shape
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Venture capitalists are hedging their CommFusion bets by investing in competing solutions.
In Pursuit of Plastic Pirates
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Using CT to catch credit-card thieves.
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