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Telecom Carrier, Software Developer Form Net Company

Telecommunications firm CalTech International and software developer Aurorasoft combined their skills to form a new Internet company designed to enhance Web functions.

IP Technologies Inc.'s strategy is to research, develop and implement creative ways of using Internet technologies to enhance business and personal transactions. The company said it will offer a variety of products.

"We are taking CalTech's telecom expertise and combining it with our software/Internet development capabilities to provide everything from voice calls on the Internet (VOIP) to business cards that insert into the CD slot of a PC and automatically log someone on to a businesses Web site," said Eric Kissler, president of Aurorasoft.

Jeffrey Elkins, CalTech's president and chief executive officer, will initially hold the additional office of president and CEO of IP Technologies and Eric Kissler, president of Aurorasoft will initially hold the office of chief technology officer.

No date has been released for the company's official launch.