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Primal unveils VoIP products for CLECs
Toronto’s Primal Technologies Inc. announced today the introduction of a new service node that will help alternative CLECs distribute Voice over IP technology. Alternative CLECs are firms like cablecos and ISPs that would be able to offer telephony without actually being registered as a competitive carrier.

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Telemanagement: February 1, 2002

  • Editorial: IP PBXs — From Promise to Payoff
    IP PBXs are starting to look serious, but technology alone isn't enough
  • The Rebirth of Mitel
    With a new owner and new products, Canada's #2 PBX company wants to lead a revolution
  • Rx for a Network Merger
    Advance planning for IT and network changes smoothed the way for combining three major Toronto hospitals
  • Cellphone Decisions (Part 2)
    Comparing alternatives and getting the best contract
  • Wireless LAN Security: An Oxymoron?
    "If a wireless LAN is not properly secured, it's as though you have a network jack into your corporate network available out on the street"
  • Telemanagement 's 2002 Area Code Finder
    North American Area Codes listed in numeric and location order
  • CSE 1000 — Nortel's IP Alternative to the Meridian PBX
    After a false start in 1999, Nortel Networks is now shipping a full-featured client-server PBX
  • Hands-On With Next-Gen Wireless
    Telemanagement editor finds that 2.5G works "very well indeed"
  • On the Line: Alternative Acquisition Strategies
    Sometimes an RFP isn't the best solution
  • Regulation and Policy: Cities vs Carriers — The Battle Continues
    Can the CRTC change a signed contract?
  • Notebook: Bell Seeks Centrex Rate Hike, Adds New Desktop Features
  • Bookshelf: A Flawed Guide to Telecom Management
    Author has a narrow view of management structure
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