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Compunetix ’In the MIX’ at VON Fall 2006

Compunetix, Inc., the telecommunication industry's manufacturer of technologies for advanced business collaboration will be MIXing it up at the Fall 2006 VON Trade Show and Expo being held September 11 - 14 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in Boston, Massachusetts. Everyone attending the event is invited to stop by booth 1461 for demonstrations of Compunetix's converged, robust, and truly integrated media and collaboration solutions. In the MIX are Compunetix solutions for voice and video; VoIP, mobile, PSTN, and ISDN connections; and advanced, user-friendly dataconferencing.Experience the MIX on the platform manufactured and backed by the industry's most experienced customer service.

The Compunetix exhibit will feature solutions advanced IP business collaboration - CONTEX Presenter(TM) dataconferencing, the CONTEX Summit media processor, and VIRTUOSO multimedia conferencing system. The Fall 2006 VON Conference and Expo, hosted by pulver.com, Inc. will focus on the technologies and challenges facing the IP Communications industry VON events serve as a place for industry leaders to meet, discuss, and focus on the issues affecting the VoIP revolution. Each conference showcases companies that represent a great segment of the IP Communications industry - covering the marketplace from the perspectives of enterprise users, service providers, consumer services, and the industry as a whole.

Compunetix is the manufacturer of multipoint collaboration
equipment and web collaboration software in the world. With nearly 300, 000 ports installed in more than 25 countries, the company has the industry's largest worldwide deployment of digital teleconferencing systems. Dedicated to customer-focused and innovative technology, Compunetix engineers and manufactures all aspects of its conferencing equipment, ensuring its customers that their bridges are the highest quality, most reliable and most flexible solutions available.



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