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Plantronics, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of lightweight communications headsets, telephone headset systems, and accessories for the business and consumer markets worldwide. It also manufactures and markets specialty telecommunication products for the hearing-impaired and other related products for people with special communications needs. The company's headsets are used for cell phones, in contact centers, in the office, and at home for telephony, mobile, gaming, computer audio, voice over Internet protocol, and entertainment applications. Plantronics also offers various headset accessories, such as replacement voice tubes, ear cushions, ear tips, and wind noise suppressors, as well as handset lifters and in-use indicators. Further, its other specialty product offerings include the Clarity Power telephone with accessories, an extra loud ringer, an extra large lighted keypad, volume control circuitry, telephones with advanced sound processing, text telephones, notification systems, emergency response systems, and other products for the hearing impaired, deaf, and others with special needs. The company distributes its products through distributors, original equipment manufacturers, wireless carriers, retailers, and telephony service providers. Plantronics was founded in 1961 and is headquartered in Santa Cruz, California.


Globecomm Systems, Inc. provides satellite-based communication solutions. It engages in the design, engineering, integration, and installation of satellite-based ground segment systems and network solutions for the communications requirements of its customers. Its satellite-based ground segment systems comprise earth stations and ancillary subsystems. The company's communication services include standardized services and custom engineered solutions. Its standardized services include Skyborne, which provides point to multipoint content delivery of multimedia content; Access Plus that provides point to point and point to multipoint Internet connectivity; VoIP Backhaul that provides backbone connectivity services for service providers; Hosted Switch, which provides hosted soft switching services for service providers; Video Broadcast that provides video turnaround service for ethnic channels in the United States; and VSAT Services, which include very small aperture terminals, services for Internet access, voice services, and terrestrial network restoral services. Its customizable solutions include managed satellite terrestrial network; video broadcasts; hybrid satellite/cellular hosted switch; VOIP packet voice; disaster recovery/business restoral, satellite-based terrestrial restoral; hosted direct to home broadcast center; and supervisory, control, and data acquisition and surveillance networks. The company's customers include communications services providers, commercial enterprises, multinational corporations, Internet service providers, broadcasters and other content providers, and government and government-related entities. Globecomm Systems was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Hauppauge, New York.


Intervoice, Inc. provides converged voice and data solutions for the network and enterprise markets worldwide. Through its product suites, the company offers speech-enabled IVR applications, multimedia and network-grade portals, voicemail, and prepaid calling solutions to network operators, service providers, and enterprise customers. Intervoice provides the platform, software, applications, and services for voice automation. Omvia, its product suite, is used for multimedia messaging, portal, IVR, and payment applications. In addition, Intervoice provides various services, including implementation, business and technical consulting services, and recurring maintenance services. It sells systems directly to end-users and distributors primarily in the banking and financial, telecommunications, human resource, and healthcare markets. The company has strategic alliances with Intel, Microsoft, HP, and ScanSoft. Intervoice was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.


Vicon Industries, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, assembly, and marketing of a range of video systems and system components used for security, surveillance, safety, and control purposes. Its product line consists of various elements of a video system, including network video servers and related video management software, analog and Internet protocol cameras, digital recorders, display units, matrix switching equipment for video distribution, robotic camera dome systems, system controls, and consoles for system assembly. The company also produces products according to customer specification. Its products are applied in office buildings, manufacturing plants, warehouses, apartment complexes, shopping malls and retail stores; federal, state, and local governments for national security purposes, municipal facilities, prisons, and military installations; financial institutions; transportation departments; gaming casinos; and health care facilities, such as hospitals, particularly psychiatric wards and intensive care units. Vicon Industries sells its products primarily through independent dealers, system integrators, and distributors in the United States, Europe, Scandinavia, and the Middle East. The company was incorporated in 1967 and is based in Hauppauge, New York.


Avaya, Inc. provides communication systems, applications, and services. The company operates in two segments, Global Communications Solutions and Avaya Global Services. The Global Communications Solutions segment provides Internet protocol (IP) telephony offerings, such as Communication Manager, a voice application software; media servers; media gateways; a suite of management tools to support voice and data network infrastructures; Avaya Extension to Cellular solution; Session Initiation Protocol enablement services solution; and an Application Enablement platform that allows enterprises and call centers to combine various applications to the telephony and call center infrastructure. It also offers enterprise communications applications; hardware systems and software applications for customer contact centers; unified communications; a line of digital and IP devices and in-building wireless handsets, and software that extend the reach of enterprise communications by residing on alternative devices. In addition, the segment provides Communication Server Integral, traditional voice systems, and Avaya IP Office to deliver converged voice and data communications solutions. The Avaya Global Services segment provides business communications strategy development and planning, applications design and integration, migrating to IP, securing communications networks and ensuring continuity, day-to-day communications support and network monitoring, and managing business communications solutions. The company serves enterprises operating in financial, manufacturing, media and communications, professional services, health care, education, and governmental industries through distributors, dealers, value-added resellers, telecommunications service providers and system integrators worldwide. Avaya was incorporated under the name Lucent EN Corp. in February 2000 and changed its name to Avaya, Inc. in June 2000. The company is headquartered in Basking Ridge, New Jersey.


Synergx Systems, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the design, manufacture, distribution, marketing, and servicing of various data communications products and systems with applications in the fire alarm, life safety, transit, security, and communications industry. The company provides life safety and building protection products, as well as low-voltage systems for video, teleconferencing/multimedia, audio visual, public address, customer information, access control, intercoms, security, closed circuit TV, and professional sound systems. It also designs, markets, and supports these systems for the rail and mass transit industries. In addition, Synergx Systems offers fire and smoke signaling and detection systems, engineered life safety systems, audio visual systems, and integrated security systems, and information and communication systems. Further, it provides engineered systems, assistance in design, installation support, and post-installation services. The company conducts its business principally in the New York Metropolitan area and in Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas. Synergx Systems was organized in 1988 and is headquartered in Syosset, New York.


C-COR Incorporated provides integrated network solutions that include access and transport equipment, software solutions, and technical services for broadband networks in the United States. The company operates in three segments: C-COR Access and Transport, C-COR Network Services, and C-COR Solutions. The C-COR Access and Transport segment engages in the development, management, production, support, and sale of access products, including amplitude modulation headend/hub optical platform and line of optical nodes, and radio frequency amplifiers. This segment also offers transport products, which include digital video systems and GigaBit Ethernet transport platforms for converged and multiservice packet-based networks. The C-COR Network Services segment provides outsourced operational services, network design and engineering, network integration, outside plant and construction services, and consulting to various customers. The C-COR Solutions segment engages in the development, integration, management, implementation, support, and sale of content management systems, including software and hardware, for delivery of video on demand and digital advertising, as well as application-oriented software for subscriber activation and retention, network and service assurance, and workforce management. The company's customers include cable system operators, telephone companies, and broadcasters buying digital video transport products. It sells its products and services through its direct sales force and sales and distribution channel partners. C-COR was organized in 1953 and is headquartered in State College, Pennsylvania.


Iteris, Inc. provides outdoor machine vision systems and sensors primarily in North America. The company, using its proprietary software and intelligent transportation systems (ITS), provides video sensor systems, transportation management and traveler information systems, and other engineering consulting services to the ITS industry. It uses its outdoor image recognition software to develop proprietary algorithms for video sensor systems that improve vehicle safety and the flow of traffic. The company designs and implements transportation management systems that enable public agencies reduce traffic congestion and provide access to traveler information. Iteris operates in three segments: Roadway Sensors, Automotive Sensors, and Systems. The Roadway Sensors segment offers Vantage vehicle detection systems for traffic intersection control and highway traffic data collection applications. It sells Vantage vehicle detection systems primarily through independent dealers, who sell integrated systems and related products to the traffic management market. The Automotive Sensors segment provides AutoVue, which is a small windshield mounted sensor that uses proprietary software to detect and warn drivers of unintended lane departures. It sells AutoVue directly to heavy truck manufacturers and to U.S. truck fleets, as well as to the manufacturers of passenger automobiles. The Systems segment offers transportation engineering and consulting services. It also develops, markets, and sells transportation management and traveler information systems directly to government agencies. The company was founded in 1969. It was formerly known as Odetics, Inc. and changed its name to Iteris Holdings, Inc. in 2003. Later, the company changed its name to Iteris, Inc. in 2004. Iteris is headquartered in Anaheim, California.


Tekelec engages in the design, manufacture, marketing, and support of network signaling products, switching products and services, and selected service applications for telecommunications networks and contact centers. The company operates through four groups: Network Signaling, Switching Solutions, Communications Software Solutions, and IEX Contact Center. The Network Signaling group develops and sells EAGLE 5 Signaling Application System, a multidisciplined signaling platform designed for the mobile, fixed line, and Internet protocol (IP) networks; the Tekelec 1000 applications server, a processing platform; and the Tekelec 500 Signaling Edge for signaling in converged networks and other convergence products. The Switching Solutions group offers Tekelec 9000 DSS, an integrated voice and data switching solutions; Tekelec 8000 Wireless Media Gateway, a mobile solution for handling circuit switched TDM traffic, as well as packet-based voice traffic; Tekelec 7000 C5,which delivers voice switching for both circuit and packet-based networks; Tekelec 700 Line Access Gateway a central office line replacement platform used in conjunction with the Tekelec 7000 C5 and the Tekelec 9000 DSS; and Tekelec 6000 voice over internet protocol application Server provides IP-based business services, such as IP Centrex, hosted private branch exchange, and business trunking, in addition to residential broadband. The Communications Software Solutions group offers integrated application solutions, a suite of business-oriented applications; Service Creation System; and Sentinel, a data acquisition product capturing data from signaling networks. The IEX Contact Center group develops, markets, and sells software-based solutions for call centers. The company offers its products and services to telecommunications carriers, network service providers, and contact center operators. Tekelec is headquartered in Calabasas, California.


SeaChange International, Inc. (SCII) engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of digital video systems, which automate the distribution of video content. It also provides operations and applications software that automates the management and distribution of long-form video streams. SCII operates through three segments: Broadband Systems, Broadcast Systems, and Services. The Broadband Systems segment provides products that manage, store, and distribute digital video. It offers the IP Video System and SPOT System. The IP Video System digitally manages, stores, and distributes digital video, enabling cable system operators and telecommunications companies to offer video-on-demand and other interactive television services. The SPOT System transmits video content for the insertion of advertisements and other short-form video into television network streams. The Broadcast Systems segment offers products for the storage, archival, on-air playback of advertising, and other video programming for the broadcast television industry. It offers the Broadcast MediaCluster System, which is used to record, encode, store to a disk, and play video content using compression and decompression hardware. The Services segment provides software development, installation, training, project management, product maintenance, technical support, and movie content delivery services. SCII also offers MediaLibrary, a mass storage system that stores media files, independent of format and compression; and MediaClient, a media device to support the streaming and storage requirements of digital video applications. The company sells its products primarily to cable system operators, and broadcast and telecommunications companies through its direct sales force, and through independent agents and distributors in the United States and internationally. SCII, formerly known as SeaChange Technology, was founded by Bill Styslinger in 1993. The company is headquartered in Maynard, Massachusetts.


RiT Technologies, Ltd. provides physical network infrastructure control and management solutions. It enables organizations and carriers to manage physical layer components and networked assets for centralized and remote operational control. The company primarily offers PatchView intelligent physical layer management solution (IPLMS) that provides connectivity information with respect to the data network's connectivity infrastructure and enhances the control, maintainability, and visibility of the network. RiT Technologies also provides SMART Cabling System, a network infrastructure solution that provides the required end to end connectivity solutions for both copper and fiber; and CLASSix, which supports data communication protocols, such as Gigabit Ethernet. In addition, it offers carrier solutions, including PairView, an outside plant management and qualification system that identifies, records, and tests of the connectivity routing of local loop pairs; PairQ, which addresses the requirements of the market of digital subscriber line services; and PairView Pro, a local loop mass verification system that can identify and map various digital services carried on a line. The company markets its solutions primarily through local agents, distributors, value added resellers, systems integrators, and installers for financial companies, government, and media and telecommunication companies worldwide. It has strategic alliances with Panduit Corporation, Brand-Rex Limited, Belden/CDT, and ADC. The company was co-founded by Yehuda Zisapel and Zohar Zisapel in 1989 and is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel.


Polycom, Inc. engages in the development, manufacture, marketing, and servicing of a line of video, voice, data, and Web conferencing collaboration solutions worldwide. It operates in three segments: Communications, Network Systems, and Services. Communications segment offers videoconferencing collaboration and voice communications products. These products enable businesses and other organizations to communicate with employees, customers, and partners, regardless of location. Network Systems segment provides MGC series of media servers, PathNavigator call processing server, WebOffice Webconferencing software application, and network management and scheduling software to businesses, telecommunications service providers, and government and educational institutions. Services segment includes a range of professional service and support offerings to its resellers and directly to end-user customers. In addition, Polycom offers installation services and a range of training offerings. The company markets and sells its products through a worldwide network of channel partners, including distributors, value-added resellers, and retailers, and directly to communications service providers. Polycom was founded in 1990 and is headquartered in Pleasanton, California.


Blonder Tongue Laboratories, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and supply of electronics and systems equipment for the cable television industry in the United States. The company also offers equipment and solutions for the high-speed transmission of data and the provision of telephony services in multiple dwelling unit applications. It offers analog video headend products, digital video headend products, high-speed data products, telephony products, microwave products, fiber products, distribution products, addressable subscriber and interdiction products, and test products. These products are used to acquire, distribute, and protect a range of communications signals carried on fiber optic, twisted pair, coaxial cable, and wireless distribution systems. The company's customers comprise cable system integrators, as well as companies engaged in the provision of communications services, including television, high-speed data, and telephony to single family dwellings, multiple dwelling units, the lodging industry, hospitals, prisons, schools, and marinas. Blonder Tongue Laboratories was founded by Ben H. Tongue and Isaac S. Blonder in 1950. The company is headquartered in Old Bridge, New Jersey.


Sunair Services Corporation and its subsidiaries engage in designing, manufacturing, and selling high frequency single sideband communication systems primarily in the United States. The company operates through three segments: Lawn and Pest Control Services, High Frequency Radio, and Telephone Communications. The Lawn and Pest Control Services segment provides lawn care and pest control services to both residential and commercial customers. The High Frequency Radio segment provides high frequency single sideband communications equipment. This segment engages in the development and design of software, integration testing and documentation of communications, command, control, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, or C4ISR, and systems utilized for long range voice and data communications in fixed station, mobile and marine for military and governmental applications. The Telephone Communications segment installs and maintains telephony and fixed wireless systems. The company markets its products through a network of dealers and representatives, systems engineering companies, and commercial and foreign governmental agencies. It was formerly known as Sunair Electronics, Inc. and changed its name to Sunair Services Corporation in 2005. Sunair Services was founded in 1956 and is based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.


Nortel Networks Corporation engages in the design, development, manufacture, assembly, marketing, sale, licensing, installation, servicing, and support of networking solutions that consists of hardware, software, and services. It operates in four segments: Wireless Networks, Enterprise Networks, Wireline Networks, and Optical Networks. The Wireless Networks segment provides communications networks that enable end-users to be mobile while they send and receive voice and data communications using wireless devices, such as cellular telephones, personal digital assistants, and other computing and communications devices. The Enterprise Networks segment provides data, voice, and multimedia communications solutions that include circuit and packet voice solutions, and data networking and security solutions to enterprise customers. The Wireline Networks segment provides data, voice, and multimedia communications solutions to service providers, such as local and long distance telephone companies, wireless service providers, cable operators, and other communication service providers. The Optical Networks segment solutions transport data, voice, and multimedia communications within and between cities, countries, or continents by transmitting communications signals in the form of light waves through fiber optic cables. This segment consists of long-haul and metropolitan optical products. Nortel Networks serves various enterprise customers, such as large businesses and branch offices, small businesses, home offices, and government agencies; educational and other institutions, and utility organizations; customers in the telecommunications, manufacturing, government, and financial services sectors; and customers in the healthcare, retail, education, hospitality, services, transportation, and other industry sectors worldwide. The company has strategic alliances with Calix Networks, Inc.; ECI Telecom, Ltd.; and KEYMILE AG. Nortel Networks is headquartered in Brampton, Canada.


NMS Communications Corporation provides technologies, platforms, and systems to wireless and wireline telecommunications operators, and network equipment and application providers. It operates in three segments: Platform Solutions, Voice Quality Systems, and Network Infrastructure. The Platform Solutions segment provides systems building blocks, called Open Access, which offer connectivity to communications networks, call processing, real-time media processing, application programming interfaces, and other application development software tools. Its products allow customers to develop voice, data, and video applications and services. The Voice Quality Systems segment provides products and services related to the company's voice quality and echo cancellation systems. The Network Infrastructure segment offers wireless backhaul optimizer product under the name, AccessGate; and voice quality enhancement and echo cancellation products. In addition, the company provides a range of technical and operational support and training services related to its products. It sells products to communications equipment suppliers, solution developers, and service providers worldwide through direct sales force, as well as through original equipment manufacturers, value added resellers, and channel and system integrator partners. The company, formerly known as Natural MicroSystems, was founded by R. Brough Turner, Charlie Foskett, Steven C. Simonoff, and Wendell Bishop in 1983. NMS Communications is headquartered in Framingham, Massachusetts.


RADVISION, Ltd. engages in the design, development, and supply of products and technology that enable voice, video, and data communications over packet networks. The company offers its SCOPIA carrier infrastructure, developer toolkits, and professional services for equipment developers and service providers to develop and/or offer their customers various multimedia solutions and services, including Internet protocol (IP) telephony, point-to-point and multipoint video telephony, wireless to landline video connectivity services, group video chats and videoconferencing, video residential telephony, broadband remote surveillance/monitoring, 3G video streaming, video mail connectivity, and multimedia gaming. It operates through two segments, Networking and Technology. The Networking segment develops networking products for IP-centric voice, video, and data conferencing services. It offers gateways, gatekeepers, conferencing bridges, and data collaboration servers; iVIEW, a suite of middleware software applications; and viaIP, an infrastructure solution, with which customers can design and deploy a visual communication network. The Technology segment offers developer toolkits for the underlying IP communication protocols and testing tools needed for voice and video over IP. It provides protocol development tools and platforms, as well as testing platforms and IP phone toolkits. Its solutions include developer toolkits for session initiation protocol and media gateway control protocol, as well as a suite for debugging and simulating various testing scenarios. This segment also provides consulting, engineering, and software development services. RADVISION sells its products through direct sales channels, as well as through original equipment manufacturers, system integrators, and value added resellers in North and South America, Europe, the Middle East, and the Far East. The company was incorporated in 1992 and is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel.


ThinkEngine Networks, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and sale of voice processing systems, consisting of media servers and application servers for use in telephone networks, audio call conferencing networks, and cable and non-cable VoIP networks in the United States. Its principal products comprise the CX4000 network media server, which can operate in traditional TDM networks and advanced intelligent networks, and advanced VoIP networks, as well as in hybrid network environments; and the VSR1000, an advanced call processing platform that can provide speech recognition, advanced call routing, and conferencing service to approximately 672 simultaneous VoIP or TDM channels. The company's products are used in the implementation of network announcements, interactive voice response, intelligent peripherals, audio conferencing, intelligent call routing, pre/post-paid calling cards, and automatic speech recognition. Its customers include telecommunications service providers, cable broadband service providers, audio call conferencing service providers, switch manufacturers, IP-based communications systems manufacturers, systems integrators, and value added resellers. The company was founded in 1961. It was formerly known as Cognitronics Corp. and changed its name to ThinkEngine Networks, Inc. in 2006. The company is based in Marlborough, Massachusetts.