Electronic Tele-Communications, Inc. (ETC) designs, manufactures, markets and sells digital voice information systems and related services to the telecommunications industry and other businesses. Its systems are sold to operating telephone companies, competitive local exchange carriers, wireless carriers, cable companies, telecom manufacturers, and other telecom companies to provide them with applications and informational services for their networks. In addition, ETC provides time weather temperature systems and related services to telecom customers and other businesses that allow them to advertise and provide informational services to their communities. Products Digicept Emcee The company’s application server, features CompactPCI architecture, hot-swappable components, Web-based administration, and interfaces for existing and emerging telephone carrier switch-specific protocols to include SIP/VoIP. The Emcee's applications and improved services include voicemail, privacy call screening, calling name database, Internet call waiting, changed number, multi-level audiotex, time-temperature- weather services, along with intercept announcements. Digicept Emcee ELF The company’s product offering, the ELF features PCI architecture. It serves as a scaled down version of the Emcee, and has the ability to work in both the packet and circuit-switched carrier networks. ELF is a staple for the carriers that serve predominately Tier 2, 3, 4, and 5 markets. The ELF's applications include voicemail and time and temperature announcements. Digicept DNA This module announces information for the central office switch related to calling feature status and provides billing information. Carriers would incorporate branding information with these intecept messages. Audichron Z-10 The company’s mainstream time, temperature, and weather announcement system offers services to the community. Providers select from Weathertel packages and receive forecast information electronically from the company’s Weather Center. Max Terminator This system keeps telephone peripherals, such as cal sequencers and automated at endants by detecting progress tones and disconnecting the line. Sales Offices The company’s sales offices are located in Norcross, Georgia. Markets and Customers The company’s markets encompass the telecommunications industry, from the network service providers and major switch manufactures to consumer- oriented businesses. These specific customers include local exchange carriers, cellular and PCS providers and long distance companies. Emerging providers, such as cable companies and softswitch manufacturers offering Vo IP services also constitute part of the company’s customer mix. The company’s enterprise business customers come from industries that include health care, finance, education, manufacturing, transportation, government and hospitality. Internationally, ETC markets its products in Canada, Mexico, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, the Far East, and other parts of the world. The company's customers include Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOCs), Competitive Local Exchange Carriers (CLECs), independent telephone companies, long distance companies, wireless carriers, cable companies, utilities, telecommunications manufacturers, and other business and organizations. History Electronic Tele-Communications, Inc. was incorporated in 1980.
electr tele-communctn (ETCIA:OTC US)
1915 Macarthur Road
Waukesha, WI 53188
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