Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Hidden Dragon

Popular Telephony had another press release concealed in its ma gua, as it turns out. In one go, they are announcing the establishment of a representative office in China, a partnership with PCB-to-office-to-POS-and-more equipment specialist Grandi, and also with gateway specialist Ejoin. The Grandi GIP2000 device in particular is an interesting one, combining PSTN, two Ethernet ports and a SIM card slot. Is this the first step to an off-the-shelf solution for business which you can buy at your local WalMart, as envisaged in this Telepocalyptic interview with founder Dmitry Goroshevsky?

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