High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Versit Consortium
was a multivendor initiative founded by Apple Computer, AT&T,
IBM and Siemens in the early 1990s in order to create Personal Data
Interchange (PDI) technology, open specifications for exchanging
personal data over the Internet, wired and wireless connectivity
and Computer Telephony Integration (CTI). The Consortium started a
number of projects to deliver open specifications aimed at creating
industry standards.One of the most ambitious project of the
Consortium was the Versit CTI Encyclopedia (VCTIE), a 3,000 page, 6
volume set of specifications defining how computer and telephony
systems are to interact and become interoperable. The Encyclopedia
was built on existing technologies and specifications such as
ECMA's call control specifications, TSAPI and industry expertise of
the core technical team.
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