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audioconferencing

An audio communications session among three or more people who are geographically dispersed. It is provided by a conference function in a PBX or multiline telephone or by the telephone companies. See voice chat, videoconferencing and data conferencing.
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According to Gilbert, the move "changed our perception of how a good piece of audioconferencing equipment should work.
provides managed audioconferencing solutions to the SMB, enterprise and service provider markets using its patent-pending, wide-band audioconferencing technology.
With more than six decades of teleconferencing experience, AT&T remains the leading force in the audioconferencing market, which Frost & Sullivan estimates at US $2.
A majority of university-operated audioconferencing systems use dedicated networks (leased transmission lines) to link sites into the conferences.
MCI's portfolio of audioconferencing services streamline communications in today's demanding global business environment," said Blair Crump, MCI senior vice president of Global Accounts.
The Voice ISDN also provides all of the audioconferencing features and functionality of The Voice, with the addition of ISDN connectivity.
We're pleased to work with the Small Business Administration to bring the power of video and audioconferencing to small businesses through the SBA Business Information Centers," said Sue Correll, vice president of marketing for Polycom.
As the world's most-popular conference phone, with 80 percent market share (Frost & Sullivan, 1998), Polycom's SoundStation can be found in more meeting rooms, conference rooms, and boardrooms, than all other audioconferencing products combined.
PictureTel provides us with access to a large and successful global sales channel that is thoroughly prepared to bring MultiLink's industry-leading audioconferencing solutions to corporate customers around the world.
the world leader in audioconferencing, today announced the availability of the latest version of its industry-leading audioconferencing solution -- System 70(TM).
Larger Offices Will Support Future Growth For Audioconferencing Leader
Scott and Arthur Leondires, who formerly were executives of MultiLink, PictureTel's audioconferencing subsidiary, established a competing business and developed a competing product based on confidential information obtained from MultiLink while they were employees of the company.