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Vishay / Vitramon

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Along with test mobile platforms for UMTS, the company is developing a cell simulator, or Node B emulator, for UMTS. It is also developing data products for the mass market, including a GSM PCMCIA Type II card and embedded modules for integration into other PC and PDA products.

ISS recently introduced three new modules to e-Force Workforce Management Suite. Employee @ccess enables agents to view their schedules on-line through a Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or 5.5 Web browser. Agents submit on-line the shifts that they want to work and receive confirmations of their preferences based on seniority. Vacation Management, a separate module that works with Employee @ccess, enables agents to request their preferred vacation times on-line. Both modules let you set rules so that only agents with similar skills can trade shifts or vacation times with each other.

Mipot

Isocom Components

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ISS recently introduced three new modules to e-Force Workforce Management Suite. Employee @ccess enables agents to view their schedules on-line through a Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or 5.5 Web browser. Agents submit on-line the shifts that they want to work and receive confirmations of their preferences based on seniority. Vacation Management, a separate module that works with Employee @ccess, enables agents to request their preferred vacation times on-line. Both modules let you set rules so that only agents with similar skills can trade shifts or vacation times with each other.

The computer hardware used in computer telephony and communications convergence must now be as varied and scalable as the tremendous number of applications it serves. Such hardware ranges from the smallest Internet appliance to a kiosk with its glowing screen sitting in a lobby or store, to a pile of 1U (1.75-inch, or 44.45 mm) high pizza boxes” at an ISP, to a cluster of tower servers, to the familiar room full of 80 pound, 19-wide rackmount computers, all of them sitting in sturdy aluminum frameworks, seven feet high.

Knowles DLI

Watterott electronic

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The computer hardware used in computer telephony and communications convergence must now be as varied and scalable as the tremendous number of applications it serves. Such hardware ranges from the smallest Internet appliance to a kiosk with its glowing screen sitting in a lobby or store, to a pile of 1U (1.75-inch, or 44.45 mm) high pizza boxes” at an ISP, to a cluster of tower servers, to the familiar room full of 80 pound, 19-wide rackmount computers, all of them sitting in sturdy aluminum frameworks, seven feet high.

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