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ClearTrac integrates voice, data over frame relay

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Lucent has announced a line of enterprise-oriented voice over IP products based on technology developed by ACT Networks. The ClearTrac line brings voice calls from a PABX and IP, IPX and SNA data traffic together onto a wide area frame-relay network. To minimise bandwidth, the products offer built-in data compression. Lucent is offering two families of ClearTrac products: the V series, designed to integrate voice and data traffic at central, regional and branch sites, and the D series, which is designed for small offices and remote sites. Both series are based on ACT Networks' NetPerfomer devices, and represent the fruits of an OEM agreement between ACT and Lucent. ® Click for more stories

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