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hte phone

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During my recent job search I have seen reference to "hte phone".  I've found a couple other references to it but nothing conclusive.  Can anyone help?
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You should check on those sites:

http://www.hte-sibs.com/htedescr.htm

HTE Research , Inc. was founded in 1980 by Steve Z. Szirom to serve the high-technology semiconductor, equipment, and PC-related industries.  Prior to founding HTE Research, Mr. Szirom has been employed in marketing and international positions with Motorola Semiconductor and Philips Semiconductors.  He has extensive U.S.A., European and Far East semiconductor marketing and international experience covering most IC product areas.

http://www.wmich.edu/cr/docs/1800.html

The OpenVMS Phone Utility (PHONE) allows you to communicate with other users on any other OpenVMS system on WMUnet. PHONE is designed to simulate some of the features of real telephone communications such as the hold button, conference call, and telephone directories. You must be emulating a VT100 or better terminal in order to use the PHONE utility.

I hope that helps.

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