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TELAID INDUSTRIES TURNS TO WIDEBAND SOLUTIONS

~Providing Audio Conferencing Technology to Leading Financial Management Company~

PLAINVILLE, CT – SEPTEMBER 18, 2007 – Telaid Industries, a leader in providing national IT and network infrastructure design and support, recently installed WideBand Solutions‘ popular SimphoniX Si-400 conferencing solution into multiple rooms at the headquarters of one of the world‘s leading financial management and advisory companies.

The system was used to integrate audio and video conferencing solutions in multiple conference rooms. Several architectural challenges surfaced, including the need for extremely long runs of cables from the conference table to equipment racks located elsewhere in the office. Telaid presented a solution without having to reroute the entire cabling system by installing several new microphone cables and WideBand‘s SimphoniX Si-400‘s for use in conjunction with the existing video conferencing system to create a high-performance integrated audio/video solution.

Utilizing the next generation of speech processing algorithms, the Simphonix Si-400 delivers unmatched performance without the complexity of other systems. WideBand Solutions‘ SimphoniX Si-400 functions as a stand alone solution or can be integrated easily into a larger, existing system. Features include, Acoustic Echo Cancellation (AEC); noise reduction; auto-mixing with Voice Activity Detection (VAD); Digital, VoIP and Analog Phone Lines; Cross Point Automatic Gain Control (AGC); Web Management; and Voice Reinforcement. During doubletalk situations, the SimphoniX Si-400 can operate at 20Hz-20KHz without changing the frequency response. With up to 15dB of noise reduction available for each mic/line Input, the system also employs Cell Phone Noise Reduction (CPNR) to reduce unwanted noise from callers in loud environments without digital artifacts or compromises to speech.

“WideBand offered the pristine audio quality the client desired,” said George Meglio, vice president of the Multi-Media Technologies Division at Telaid Industries. “We chose WideBand because we are continually impressed with the positive feedback we receive from our customers about their products. Installing the SimphoniX Si-400 system was simple to setup and easy to engineer – it truly is a plug-and-play system.”

About WideBand Solutions, Inc.
Founded in 2003, WideBand Solutions, Inc. was created to develop a new generation of high-end audio conferencing products. The company‘s inspiration stems from the shift of analog telephony to high definition voice via the internet and the growing demand for global communications. Serving the world’s largest and most successful organizations with a seasoned approach to conferencing, Wideband‘s staff is passionate about the industry, audio and delivering high demand products.

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