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Company name Syndeo Corp.
Address 695 Campbell Technology Parkway, Campbell, CA 95008
Country USA
Website URL www.syndeocorp.com
Public or private ownership Private
When founded May 1999
Employees 60
Annual sales Not disclosed
Company summary Syndeo develops communications software, known as a Call Management Server and Media Gateway Controller, that enables cable operators to deliver VOIP and other Multimedia-over-IP applications to their subscribers.
Contact information for prospective customers Dan Donnelly, VP Sales
Donnelly@syndeocorp.com


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Summary

Product 1 Syion intermediates multiple protocols on the same platform, including MGCP/NCS, SIP, and SS7 ISUP/TCAP. It achieved PacketCable 1.0 qualification in April 2003, and supports over 30,000 live users worldwide as of February 2004. It provides call control, signaling, and delivery of calling features in a PacketCable-specified environment, and is ideal for cable operators wanting to deliver VOIP and Multimedia over IP to their end subscribers. It has a Web-based user interface for feature control.

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