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We are often asked to explain the differences between a few models of phones in the 4600 series. Below is an outline of some of the more distinctive features of the various models.   The 4620 and 4620SW SW IP Telephones have the exact same appearance, user interface, and functionality. The phones do have somewhat different internal circuitry, and, unlike the 4620, the 4620SW supports Russian and multi-byte characters (Chinese, Japanese,...

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There was a recent article in the New York Times that discussed Japan's reluctance to give up using fax machines. The fact that such a leader in technology still relies on archaic spools of slippery fax paper to communicate is a bit of a mystery, until you hear the reasoning behind it.   A Japenese restaurant owner attempted to convert his customers to utilizing an online ordering process,...

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In honor of President's Day, I thought it would be a great opportunity to introduce you to Teltek's President, Debi Nicoli! A little over a year ago, I wrote a blog on the Women of Teltek that featured Debi and our other female employees and their tremendous contributions to Teltek. She is actively involved in all aspects of managing our day to day operations and long term strategic...

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NEC's Digital Cordless DECT Telephone         Last week, NEC announced a price decrease of their Cordless DECT Telephone, effective February 6, 2013. Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) is a digital communication standard primarily used for creating cordless phone systems. This Digital Cordless DECT Telephone is integrated to both the SL1100 and the DSX systems, and uses 1.9GHz DECT 6.0 technology. It utilizes a standard digital station port.     Features of...

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This past Sunday February 10th marked the beginning of the Chinese New Year and 2013 is the Year of the Snake. The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore acknowledged the auspicious day with its own celebration that included a special tour of the museum, kids activities and dance performances by the Baltimore Chinese School and the Johns Hopkins University Lion Dance Troupe.   [caption id="attachment_9165" align="aligncenter" width="270"] Chinese Lion...

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