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teleconferencing

Holding a meeting with people at different geographic locations by means of telecommunication devices. Teleconferencing is accomplished with high-speed telephone connections, satellite links, or desktop computer videoconference software.
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Vemics, Inc (PINKSHEETS: VMCI), is a leading provider of hosted, real-time conferencing and collaboration applications.
Scheduled to debut in 2000, the products will support multimedia collaboration, streaming audio and video, and real-time conferencing.
PINKSHEETS: VMCI) Vemics, a leading provider of hosted, real-time conferencing and collaboration applications, announced today three new international customers resulting from the company's strategic alliance with e-Learning Desktop, Inc.
IP networks are gradually replacing circuit-switched networks for real-time conferencing.
Szwarc continued, "Contextual collaboration, or the ability to activate rich-media collaboration out of an existing application or Web service, has truly become the next definitive step for real-time conferencing and communication and is an invaluable enabler of growth for the enterprise.
Once the public Internet allows low-latency delivery of data, and some confidence that the packets will not get dropped very often, we will see the gradual decline of the circuit-switched network for real-time conferencing.
OTCBB:VMCI), a leading provider of hosted, real-time conferencing and collaboration applications, today announced that it has been selected by Cannon Financial Institute, the premier consultants and educators to the world's top wealth advisors, to deliver the Institute's "LiveOnline(TM) Personal Trust I" course for wealth managers.
With the exception of the historical information contained in this release, the matters described herein contain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including but not limited to, statements about the beliefs and expectations of management regarding the Company's future performance, the Company's strategic initiatives, its ability to achieve and maintain a leadership position in real-time conferencing and collaboration, demand for the Company's software services and management's goals and objectives regarding future results of operations.
By integrating Ascendent's converged wireless-wireline technology with Microsoft Office Communicator 2005, users will have the power of real-time conferencing, providing a substantial productivity gain and the assurance of immediate communications regardless of location, device or situation.

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