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2014-07-23 08:38:53

The TL86103 with Connect to Cell(TM) brings extra flexibility and connectivity to the business phone BEAVERTON, Ore., July 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Small business owners looking to manage and streamline calls on one easy-to-use device can do so with the new AT&T-branded TL86103 2-Line Corded and Cordless Answering System with Connect to Cell(TM) (MSRP $149.95) from Advanced American Telephones (AAT), which manufactures AT&T-branded telephones under a licensing agreement with AT&T...

2014-05-08 12:33:14

Popular Link2Cell Phones Offer Enhanced Capabilities, Ease-of-Use NEWARK, N.J., May 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company today announced the new 2014 models of home telephone systems. The new line of feature-rich, easy-to-use telephone systems offer users a convenient way to stay connected in the home. All models are now available on www.shop.panasonic.com. Panasonic has blurred the lines between home and mobile communication with Link2Cell Bluetooth® Convergence...

2011-03-17 17:17:00

BRONX, N.Y., March 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Roanwell Corporation ("Roanwell"), est. 1948, a leading designer and manufacturer of rugged communications equipment, today announced the purchase of Star Dynamic Corporation's H-207, H-250, and H-350 Handset product lines and operations. Roanwell intends to manufacture the handsets at its Bronx, NY facility. The handsets will be offered under the Roanwell brand. The H-207, H-250, and H-350 Microphone-Receiver Handsets are used for tactical...

2009-09-01 06:30:00

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Sept. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- As handset-based mobile resource management (MRM) applications for tracking field service workers reach feature parity, future success in this very competitive sector depends in large part on creating true vertical-specific solutions. MRM software developers and their channels are equally aware of the importance of improving the ability to connect these solutions to multiple corporate back-end systems, including dispatch, payroll, customer...

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