British Telecom’s Fulcrum computer manufacturing and marketing unit will be launching a voice+data workstation using a multiprocessor computer running Unix at Telecom ’87 in Geneva. The Mezza station is an information manager for link-ing to a PABX that can, for example, receive text messages and anotate them verbally. The system will form part of Gandalf Technolo- gies’ StarMaster networking system which is claimed to link different types and makes of computer systems, based on International Standards Organisation, ISO, standards.
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