Telecom

When Lucent Technologies installed a cellular telephone system in Argentina, it needed a communications link to connect analog cell site equipment to the central office telephone switch. Gcom was the only company to provide a solution, offering customized LAPB and LAPD protocols to control telephone circuits.

Lucent Technologies

When Lucent Technologies installed a cellular telephone system in Argentina, it needed a communications link to connect analog cell site equipment to the central office telephone switch. Gcom was the only company to provide a solution, offering customized LAPB and LAPD protocols to control telephone circuits.


As the power behind one of the world's largest and most active cellular phone networks, Motorola must ensure it can handle the heaviest call volumes at peak hours. Motorola chose Gcom solutions to generate data throughput rates fast enough to stress test Nextel phone system central office switches.

Motorola

As the power behind one of the world's largest and most active cellular phone networks, Motorola must ensure it can handle the heaviest call volumes at peak hours. Motorola chose Gcom solutions to generate data throughput rates fast enough to stress test Nextel phone system central office switches.


Poka Lambro Telephone Cooperative and its subsidiaries provide regulated and deregulated local exchange telephone service, cellular telephone service, competitive long distance service, PBX and telephone systems, residential telephone equipment, Internet service and digital fiber optic technology. When they needed to expand X.25 support in their wireless division, Poka Lambro turned to Gcom, Inc.

Poka Lambro Wireless

Poka Lambro Telephone Cooperative and its subsidiaries provide regulated and deregulated local exchange telephone service, cellular telephone service, competitive long distance service, PBX and telephone systems, residential telephone equipment, Internet service and digital fiber optic technology. When they needed to expand X.25 support in their wireless division, Poka Lambro turned to Gcom, Inc.