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GammaLink Inc. was founded in Sunnyvale, California by Dr Hank Magnuski and Dr Michael Lutz. The company was the first to invent the PC-to-fax communications technology, GammaFax. The company was eventually sold to Dialogic Corp which in turn was bought by Intel Corporation. Location of Sunnyvale within Santa Clara County, California. ... Prior to founding NCast, Dr. Hank Magnuski was cofounder and CEO of GammaLink. ... The first computer fax board, GammaFax, was produced in 1985 by GammaLink. ... Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC, SEHK: 4335), founded in 1968 as Integrated Electronics Corporation, is an American multinational corporation that is best known for designing and manufacturing microprocessors and specialized integrated circuits. ...

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GammaLink intelligent fax boards, Frequently Asked Questions. (3817 words)
GammaLink is a wholly owned subsidiary of Dialogic, who makes other equipment for computerised telephony like voice boards.
GammaLink knows who these are, so call them or call your GammaLink distributor.
Usually not a problem, but it is one of the nice features of the GammaLink API that you have complete transparency of OS, networks and number of boards, which you will lose when using the real-time interface.
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