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SpectraLink Corporation has helped thousands of commercial enterprises improve productivity and
customer service as the leading manufacturer and provider of wireless telephone systems for the
workplace. A sample of customers
includes: Amazon.com, Arthur Andersen, AT&T, Barnes & Noble, Cisco Systems, Dow Jones,
General Motors, GTE, IBM, Lowe's, Marriott International, Microsoft, MCI WorldCom, National
Semiconductor, State Farm, Sun Microsystems, Toys 'R' Us, UCLA Medical Center, the U.S.
Postal Service, and Volvo. For more information visit
Commercial enterprises use SpectraLink's Wireless Telephone Systems to increase productivity,
raise customer service levels, and operate more effectively overall by improving workplace
communication. Mobile employees use lightweight, durable Wireless Telephones that provide all the
sophisticated calling features of digital display desksets. The Link WTS is a cost-effective system
using proprietary Base Stations for wireless connectivity throughout the workplace. The NetLink
WTS provides telephone communication over a standard wireless local area network (LAN),
allowing converged voice and data applications over a shared wireless infrastructure.
Highlights of 1999 Include:
-- The addition of a number of top-tier distribution partners, including
BellSouth, SBC Communications, Panasonic Telecommunications, Siemens
Information and Communications Networks, Telxon Corporation, Comdial,
Executone Information Systems, and Norstan.
-- The introduction of the NetLink Wireless Telephone System (NetLink
WTS). The NetLink WTS is the industry's first IEEE 802.11-compliant
workplace wireless telephone system that supports both frequency
hopping and direct sequence spread spectrum radio technologies. It
also delivers outstanding voice quality, desktop telephone features,
and durable handset design. Compliance with the IEEE 802.11 standard
for wireless local area networks (LANs) permits businesses to leverage
their new or existing wireless LAN infrastructure by adding high-
quality voice communications, allowing enterprises to deploy and manage
voice and data over a single wireless backbone.
-- The addition of Aironet Wireless Communications, BreezeCOM, Inc.,
Intermec Technologies Corp., Proxim, Inc., Telxon Corporation and
Teklogix, Inc. as SpectraLink Voice Prioritization (SVP) technology
partners. In implementing SVP technology, SpectraLink's innovative
implementation of wireless Voice over IP (VoIP), these wireless LAN
vendors can support SpectraLink's NetLink Wireless Telephone System(TM)
on their 802.11 compliant LANs, resulting in a single wireless network
that supports both voice and data devices.
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