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January 3, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 1:08pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Versit Inc, the interoperability initiative begun by Apple Computer Inc, AT&T Corp (now Lucent Technologies Inc), IBM Corp and Siemens AG at the end of 1994 (CI No 2,567), says it has completed all of its development efforts and will be closed down, having given over all its specifications to industry organizations. The member companies involved say they will continue their efforts in crosssystem interoperability within these industry bodies. The three specification areas announced in 1994 and now complete are Computer Telephony Integration, Personal Data Interchange, and Collaboration. The CTI Encyclopaedia has already been folded into the European Computer Manufacturers Associations Computer Supported Telecommunications Application Phase III specification (CI No 3,063) but will also be made available to the Enterprise Computer Telephony Forum. Versit’s Personal Data Interchange specifications and code have been turned over to the Internet Mail Consortium and its implementors agreement for the H.320 videoconferencing accepted by the International Multimedia Teleconferencing Consortium. Versit specification documents can be downloaded from the Web site at until the end of 1997.

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