CRN: Picazo moves computer telephony to LinuxFeb 08, 2000, 22:09 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Linux has made little headway as a platform for computer telephony applications, but a change seems to be coming."
"Picazo Communications Inc., Addison, Texas, plans to show a Linux-based PBX at Computer Telephony Expo in Los Angeles in March. The product scales to about 200 ports and has voice mail, auto attendant and ACD capabilities. The company plans to ship the product in the second half of this year at an undetermined price...."
"Picazo is not the first company to market a Linux-based communications server. eOn Communications Corp., Memphis, Tenn., released a handful of products, including its eQueue 4000, a contact center communications server, and eNterprise 2000, a PCX platform. The company shipped eQueue 4000 last month, and eNterprise will be available in March."
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