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Reply # 69495 4-May-2007 09:01
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Bung: Some of the later smart phone services were the result of a local software development joint venture with NEC and Telecom.


Which smart phone services Bung?





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  Reply # 69500 4-May-2007 10:05
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For specifics you'd have to find someone that worked for NZ Telecommunication Systems SupportCentre Ltd. In its day it wrote software and provided related services for NEAX-61.

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Reply # 69501 4-May-2007 10:09
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Well, I'd really like to know which ones, because I know a lot of the "smart services" were actually implemented on the VSP - and I worked at Unisys for years in the group providing the VSP platform with their services. So I just wanted people to know that not everything came out of NEC/Telecom...





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  Reply # 69507 4-May-2007 10:59
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Yes, I smelt ruffled feathers in your trick question. I'm using the term smart phone to include everything up to Centrex and you'd have to admit that the not everything was handed off to the VSP.

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