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INX, Inc. and its subsidiaries provide Internet protocol (IP) telephony and other network infrastructure, and related implementation and support services. Its activities include sale and support of IP communications solutions, IP communications network infrastructure, proprietary call center computer-telephony software, and centralized management of remote-enabled computer networks and helpdesks. The company's IP telephony and network solutions include design, implementation, and support of IP telephony, local area network and wide area network routing and switching, virtual private networks, voice over IP, network security, and wireless networks. It sells these solutions primarily to governmental and educational customers. INX also offers computer telephony products, such as outbound predictive dialing, inbound automatic call distribution, call blending between inbound and outbound activity, voice mail and auto attendant applications, text-to-speech capabilities, Web-based text chatting, fax on demand, interactive voice response, application development and scripting, and support for IP telephony telephone lines. In addition, it offers remote information technology management solutions, which include remote end user and server management, data and network management, and security and Internet services; provides onsite and carry-in computer repair, application support, operating system and network migration services, outsourced IT helpdesk solutions, technical staff augmentation for IT helpdesk operations, and helpdesk solutions consulting services. INX distributes its products and services primarily through sales personnel and resellers. The company was founded by James H. Long in 1983. It was formerly known as Allstar Systems, Inc. and changed its name to I-Sector Corporation in 2000. Further, the company changed its name to INX, Inc. in January 2006. INX is headquartered in Houston, Texas.