Talking Technology manufactures computer telephony hardware
and software - building blocks for computer telephony integration
(CTI) - they integrate telephone lines with computers. Talking Technology's
products operate on IBM compatible personal computers - 386s,
486s and Pentium class systems.
Talking Technology offers two computer telephony cards,
the single port Powerline I card
(PLI) and the multiple port PowerVoice
4 card (PV4). PLI and PV4 cards turn your computer into a
backbone for computer telephony integration.
Telephony Systems offered by Talking Technology include the BigmOuth
packages, and the PowerVoice
package. BigmOuth and Goldmine are single-line telephony systems.
PowerVoice is the multiple line version. All systems include software,
PC peripheral card and documentation that allow you to get your
computer telephony system operational quickly. These telephony
systems can easily be molded into auto dialers, voice mail systems,
interactive voice response systems (IVR), automated attendants,
outbound telemarketing systems - or a combination of the above
- and the PowerVoice multi-port system can be configured to run
different applications on each line, inbound and outbound.
Computer telephony software engineered by Talking
Technology includes all necessary drivers and application generators.
The BigmOuth and PowerVoice application generators are visually
oriented programs that control Talking Technology's voice cards.
In addition, Talking Technology offers the Voice
Ranger CT-ADE, a computer telephony toolkit with both a
visual interface and integrated scripting language.
The Powerline I and PowerVoice 4 computer telephony
cards have been designed to provide high quality and cost effective
interfaces between telephone lines (central office, PBX, or hybrid
key) and your computers. Their designs use electronic components
of the highest quality.
Talking Technology's telephony cards have been designed
to operate on a wide range of PC hardware. In most cases the cards
will operate on 386s, 486s and Pentiums (both ISA and PCI slots).
This flexibility gives developers and end users the opportunity
to utilize hardware that might otherwise have been considered
obsolete. The cost of single line systems (including telephony
software, hardware and host computer) can be constructed for under
$500. The complete cost for 4 port computer telephony systems
(including the host computer) can be constructed for under $2000.
Contact the sales department
at Talking Technology to find out how you can quickly and inexpensively
get your computer telephony system up and running.
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