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Company Wire Forum adds Brooktrout and Centile IP Telephony asmembers

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Company Wire Forum adds Brooktrout and Centile IP Telephony as members

Stockholm, Sweden, 7th September 2004 - Company Wire Forum ( with its strong market position in the interoperable Messaging, VoIP, announces today that Brooktrout and Centile have joined as full corporate members, taking the total membership to eleven.

The Company Wire Forum is growing rapidly, as the importance of interoperability within the internet and telecommunications is being recognized globally. The organization has added 6 new members in the last 8 months for a total of 11 members, representing many of the leading vendors and service providers worldwide.

"The Company Wire Forum is pleased to have Brooktrout and Centile IP Telephony join us in promoting global interoperability issues worldwide," says Paul Kinsella, manager of the Company Wire Forum. "It is crucial to have industry leaders like these join with the rest of the Company Wire Forum members in assuring widespread product and service interoperability and also helping promote the deployment of interoperable technologies."

About the Company Wire Forum
The Company Wire Forum is the industry network for the promotion of global interoperability for Messaging and VoIP. Since its initiation in 2001 the forum has grow to over 21,000 industry members from service providers, software vendors, researchers, investors, and journalists / analysts. On a daily basis Company Wire produces the renowned Company Wire market intelligence newsletter, which is distributed to all the corners of the globe.

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