Intel invests in Clarent

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The Clarent Corporation, a privately held Californian company, said that Intel had made an investment in its technology. The amount was not disclosed. According to a release from Clarent, both companies will work together to bring IP telephony technology to the edge of the network including broadband, settop boxes and other technologies of that type. Clarent will also support Merced, it said. Scott Richardson, director of server software at Intel, said: "The investment in Clarent supports our direction to bring Intel architecture IP telephony to carriers, service providers and operators worldwide." ®

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