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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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The GlobalMeet HD audio conferencing experience, coupled with Rainbow's intuitive communications platform, will create an exceptional, all-around meeting experience for their end-users," said Pat Harper, CTO, PGi.
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Avaya, a global leader in business communications systems, software and services, today announced it has received Frost & Sullivan's 2008 Global Market Leadership Award in the Audio Conferencing Bridge Market.
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Through live interactive video and audio conferencing, students engage in daily discussion with the instructor as well as students from other remote locations.
Netspoke makes its integrated Web and audio conferencing services available to AICPA members at discounts of up to 60% off standard rates.
ECI offers high-quality, flexible audio conferencing and Web collaboration solutions to empower users to conduct secure conference calls instantly.
These solutions range from making recovery plans available on a remote-managed, redundant site, to e-video conferencing and audio conferencing, immediate voice messaging capabilities, alert notifications and more.
These interactive, pay-to-attend seminars provide timely information right to the desktop via audio conferencing or audio-plus-web conferencing."
Formed to help marketers get a better understanding of how to use new technologies to work more efficiently, the group has since grown to include 15,000 members worldwide, many of whom get together regularly using audio conferencing - and soon web conferencing - facilities.
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