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telecommunication

The transmission of auditory signals and other data to a remote site by hard-wired or antenna-based signals.
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Envox SoftPBX offers pre-built blocks for the addition of telephony, web, e-mail, fax, IP, datacommunications and speech processing functions.
Stockholm-based AU-System is aiming to go public in two years and already claims to be one of Europe's largest software specialists in telecommunications and datacommunications with annual growth rates of 40%-50% and revenues of $52m last year.
Vidicode Datacommunications Peter Saderman 228 Kings Landing Road Hampstead, NC 28443 Phone: 910-452-5600, Fax: 910-270-2571
The deal was a great one for datacommunications products vendor Zoom, as the brands and product rights purchased accounted for about $80m of Hayes' sales in 1998.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-(C) 1994-9 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD The future of the communications industry lies in mobile datacommunications, according to international marketing consultants Frost & Sullivan.
In the past year Synstar has added three new business recovery centers in Darmstadt (Germany), Wellingborough (UK), and Madrid (Spain.) These centers offer complete operational working environments including desks, voice and extensive datacommunications switch systems, and the normal assortment of desktop, fax and photocopier equipment.
The purchase represents part of Skillsgroup's ongoing expansion strategy, as was the purchase last week of The Knowledge Centre, a UK datacommunications training company.
As prices in the datacommunications market go into free fall, declining at a rate of 30%-35% a year, and the telcos continue their incursions into the value-added network (VAN) services arena, so the VAN providers are being forced to adapt to the changing world.