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Nortel tool for SMBs

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Mumbai , Sept 8

NORTEL has launched a new communications solutions platform for the small and medium business (SMB) segment, a sector that the company says is emerging as a big market in India.

The platform, called BCM -50 is for converged voice and data communications for small to medium business with 3 to 20 stations.

Nortel says the cost of ownership of this platform will be low for SMB base of 30,000 companies, but it did not specify the package cost.

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