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PCS Digital New Systems Discontinued
Effective November 16th 2007, all PCS Digital systems (System 24, Suite
16 and Suite 64) will be no longer be available for new system sales. Main
Resource continues to offer PCS Digital phones, cards, voice mail and handsets.
PCS Digital-Compatible Vodavi DHS telephones and will soon be offering the
replacement to PCS Digital. Check back soon for more information.
Combines Industry-Leading Jabra and GN Netcom Brands to Create the Worlds
Largest Headset Company
May 15, 2006
GN, parent company of GN Mobile and GN Netcom, today announced they are
combining their two headset businesses to create the worlds largest
manufacturer of headsets for hands-free communication.
rejects acquisition offer from Mihaylo
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch)
8:24 PM ET Aug 11, 2006
Inter-Tel Inc. late Friday said it has rejected as inadequate an offer from
Steven Mihaylo and Vector Capital to purchase all outstanding shares of
Networks Enters Retail Technology Service: Cognigen Business Systems, Inc.
to Serve Quick Service Retail Industry
By: PR Newswire
Jul. 12, 2006 01:07 AM
Cognigen Networks, Inc. the Seattle area based Internet- enabled marketer
of communications services and certificated reseller, and Anza Borrego Partners,
Inc. of San Diego today announced the formation of Cognigen Business Systems,
Inc. for the purpose of providing broadband voice, data, video and environmental
management services to the Quick Service Retail (QSR) industry.
Expands and Enhances XTS-IP Applications
Aug 08 9:36 PM
Vodavi announced enhanced IP capability for the XTS-IP and XTSc-IP converged
family of communications products. Ideal for telecommuter, remote and traveling
worker applications, the XTS-IP platform offers enterprise customers the
ability to extend additional IP services to remote locations via a remote
IP services gateway, deploy IP soft phones to laptop PCs and take advantage
of increased IP system capacities. These capabilities help to maximize business
productivity and cost-saving advantages when deploying IP communications.