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September 15, 2006
Hitachi Cable Ltd. and Stealth Communications Inc. recently announced a partnership to expand voice peering to the wireless Wi-Fi market.
Voice peering allows enterprises and service providers to exchange telephone, video and other multimedia services without having to transverse the public telephone network.
“This marks a major step forward for businesses that operate wireless networks,” said Shrihari Pandit, president & CEO of Stealth Communications. “The Hitachi and Stealth partnership will provide the blueprints and architecture to support the exchange of voice calls not only within a wireless hotspot, but between multiple hotspots, and with
rnterprise end-to-end IP traffic backbone exchanges, yet allowing the ability to interface with the public telephone network.”
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