ADT Unveils InterTALK
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American Digital Telecommunications, Inc. (ADT) Friday debuted InterTALK, a free service that transmits voice messages over the Internet.
Aimed at telecommuters, mobile workers and others who may not be able to type e-mail messages, InterTALK will also feature international calling capabilities. Initially the product will be released to Internet service providers and beta testers, with a public release slated for Nov. 15, 1998.
Fullerton, Calif.-based ADT said Internet voice mail is the first of several services InterTALK will provide. Future versions of the product will include services such as unified messaging, Internet telephony and international call back, messaging and faxing options, virtual office applications and special InterTALK version tailored for corporate enterprise applications.
The InterTALK product is open-architecture, based on Windows NT, and is compatible with third-party Internet telephony gateways.