Although the application still involves storing and forwarding AMA toll data, it is substantially different in that the data is transmitted to the company's existing IBM Series/1 collectors via the Bellcore AMATPS (automatic message accounting teleprocessing
system) protocol, a capability made possible by recent software developments from the Cook Electric Division of Northern Telecom.
Before the inforduction of SNA, IBM says it had more than 200 communications products in its line, requiring 35 different teleprocessing
access methods and 15 different data link controls.
QCSI), a leading provider of information technology software and services for healthcare payers, Monday announced that the company will be participating in the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association (BCBSA) Inter-Plan Teleprocessing
Services (ITS) Vendor Program.
Headquarters Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), and HQ DLA System's Automation Center (DSAC) in Columbus, Ohio, were in the process of establishing a teleprocessing
network to provide an interactive capability for authorized system users to access/input data for computer systems operated at the DLA Centers and Depots.
Windows-based components allow for the electronic delivery of images embedded in notices via teleprocessing
networks, corporate intranets, Internet or fax.
services are centralized and all equipment installed must be compatible with the proprietary teleprocessing
system architecture of a major supplier.
Hill, senior analyst, teleprocessing
for State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company; Peter Courture, founder of Law+ and general counsel to United Microelectronics Corporation; Ken Kao, chief executive officer and chairmen of D-Link, one of the largest networking companies in Taiwan.
Products, a privately held telecommunications company founded in 1975, designs, manufactures and markets network access products for telecommunications service providers and corporate enterprises.