Following its agreement with Ericsson on intelligent networks last month (CI No 760), IBM has signed similar study agreements with Siem-ens and Bell Atlantic. The studies are part of an international effort to combine computers and telephone networks to allow toll free calls; credit card billing; and the ability to make public lines function as if they were private lines. With Bell Atlantic, it will be considering non-US requirements for intelligent network voice, data and image applications running on an architecture from the seven Bells’ joint Bell Communications Research Inc.
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