TAC Systems nails up new Internet fax devices

Pappalardo, Denise
November 1997
Network World;11/03/97, Vol. 14 Issue 44, p35
Trade Publication
Focuses on the family of devices announced by TAC Systems Inc. in October 1997 to let users divert traffic from any traditional fax machine over the Internet. Features of the TAC FAXFree Portal 500 gateway and FAXFree Server software; Fees and cost of the devices; Mechanism by which the products work.


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