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wit

1. the talent or quality of using unexpected associations between contrasting or disparate words or ideas to make a clever humorous effect
2. speech or writing showing this quality
3. a person possessing, showing, or noted for such an ability, esp in repartee
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The CEO of WIT Software, Mr Luis Silva, said: "The Mobile Telecom industry is living in unprecedented times where the Operators need to react fast and wisely to the threat of OTT players.
On November 11, 2007, Wit published "Secrets to the Universe Volume I" E-Book (ISBN: 0-9760650-1-0).
The WIT Web Communicator app provides a compelling set of communication features for web-browsers, including HD voice and video, IP and SMS messaging, content sharing, integration with social networks, and a network address book.
1, WIT continues to focus on the best usability and innovative features to drive usage of the service by mass-market end-users.
However, it will be available to all the Android smartphones in the market as well, and will take advantage of the interoperability provided by the RCS specification” stated Luis Silva, CEO of WIT Software.
OpenCloud and WIT Software are already committed to deploy this combined solution with a major European Operator.
I've been on the WIT Connect event committee since 2008, and have never seen the level of enthusiasm and support shown this year by the participating companies," added Lisa McVey, CIO, McKesson Provider Technologies and RelayHealth Connectivity Solutions (NYSE: MCK).