Pracom scores licensing deal with Intel subsidiary

In "an immense achievement" Western Australian telecommunications and technology company Pracom has licensed its Steadycom middleware to Dialogic, a subsidiary of Intel that develops products and solutions to expedite the convergence of the telecommunications and Internet market segments.

"This opens up fantastic growth opportunities in the next generation global telephony industry, not only infrastructure development but also in new applications flowing from convergence of voice and data networks," explained Paul Villanti, CEO of Pracom.

The OEM agreement with Dialogic is a long-term deal covering next generation telephony networks and international markets, Villanti added. The terms of the licence allow Dialogic to incorporate Steadycom as an addition to its family of communications building blocks for service provider networks.

Villanti said he expects the deal with such a high profile company to have important spin-offs for the Perth company. "With Pracom's entry into this high growth sector worldwide the company anticipates extensive involvement in developing a range of new technology products and distributing these products globally through current and new commercial agreements. Pracom is already working on building more public network applications for the next generation network."

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