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20th March 2001 at 23:57 #20140michaelgGuest
Looking for any contacts or referrals you may know of, someone in the telecommunications industry that will design & implement our fixed wireline network for both voice (VoIP) & data in San Diego.
If you know of anyone that you could refer it would be greatly appreciated. It’s a tough market out there, but at Wingcast, we are building the next generation of telecommunications in vehicles…
“Wingcast is a joint venture of Ford Motor Co. & Qualcomm Inc. that is the vehicle for redefining the future of mobile communications.”18th April 2001 at 12:16 #20141John WalterGuest
just a hint: there is a worldleading company as a systemintegrator and vendor for VoIP and networks: Siemens26th April 2001 at 17:06 #20142Hans-Juergen BrandGuest
also Alcatel has a very good solution. They call it all in one solution.
PBX with Gateway Function27th April 2001 at 15:41 #20143Allen DentGuest
my company, Raviant Networks (Raviant.com), can design, test and implement a fixed wireline network for both voice and data (VOIP) for Wingcast. I’ll follow-up with details via email30th May 2001 at 16:34 #20144Allen DentGuest
email me at email@example.com or call me @ (770) 392-3380 if you’re still interested in implementation services for a VOIP network.23rd July 2001 at 01:12 #20145DonGuest
Nortel Networks has solutioins to support Internet Telephony. A unified solution to support a voice and data infastructure.23rd July 2001 at 20:52 #20146KhaledGuest
invite all those who responded, add a couple of carriers ( AT&T or others ) to give you a free presentation of their capabilities.
you will be well enlightened.2nd April 2003 at 19:23 #20147TibuGuest
I would like to know where I can locate a vendor independent powerpoint slide deck covering the subject of VOIP 101 of sorts, including the concept itself, protocols, overhead, etc.