Fajr shows off telephony solutions

Fajr Development is launching two new products at Gitex 2001. The GN Netcom THOR, which uses Bluetooth technology, is the world’s smallest cordless headset for mobile phones and will be appearing for the first time in the Middle East.

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By  Guy Mathew Published  October 13, 2001

Fajr Development is launching two new products at Gitex 2001. The GN Netcom THOR, which uses Bluetooth technology, is the world’s smallest cordless headset for mobile phones and will be appearing for the first time in the Middle East. The GN8110, the first DSP-enhanced USB adapter for Internet telephony is due too. Also being shown for the first time in the region are D-Link International structured cabling products.

Other products the company is displaying include call centre and office technologies like PBX, IVR, CTI, ACD, Unified Messaging, IP Telephony and call management from Novanet Technologies, India; voice recording solutions (network and IP) from Vidicode, Netherlands and cabinets and enclosures from Datanet, South Africa.

Fajr Development provides total solutions in IP Telephony, PABX, network solutions and communication headsets. The company is showing its latest IP Call Recording solution from Vidicode. It runs on Windows 95, 98, 2000 and NT and can archive, monitor and retrive over both LAN and WAN as well as offering a Crypto Card for the best security option.

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