September 2008
UNIX Update;Sep2008, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that Teltronics Inc. has selected GE Security Inc. to provide StarCall iPLUS, an Internet Protocol (IP)-based, session initiation protocol (SIP)-compliant multimedia platform and the next generation of its StarCall intercommunication and timekeeping solution. GE Security, a business of GE Enterprises Solutions, will private label the Teltronics Cerato IP system to offer customers a fully integrated, Linux-based solution created to protect customers' communications investment, lower communication costs, and improve productivity through advanced applications.


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