Internet Telephony Service Provider, ISI Communications, and VoIP innovator, Quintum Technologies, announced the offer of a VoIP service bundle targeted at small businesses. ISI will be offering its iSIP VoIP service bundles, integrating Tenor VoIP switches and gateways, through its network of Value Added Resellers (VARs) providing both the VAR channel and end user customers with a cost effective, easy to deploy VoIP solution.

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Internet Telephony Service Provider, ISI Communications, and VoIP innovator, Quintum Technologies, announced the offer of a VoIP service bundle targeted at small businesses. ISI will be offering its iSIP VoIP service bundles, integrating Tenor VoIP switches and gateways, through its network of Value Added Resellers (VARs) providing both the VAR channel and end user customers with a cost effective, easy to deploy VoIP solution.

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Internet Telephony Service Provider, ISI Communications, and VoIP innovator, Quintum Technologies, announced the offer of a VoIP service bundle targeted at small businesses. ISI will be offering its iSIP VoIP service bundles, integrating Tenor VoIP switches and gateways, through its network of Value Added Resellers (VARs) providing both the VAR channel and end user customers with a cost effective, easy to deploy VoIP solution.

The growing number of plaintiffs, seeking to represent tens of thousands of current and former technical support workers, alleges that IBM failed to pay overtime wages. Claims under other states' laws may be added in the future.

IBM employs over 300,000 workers. The proposed class action suit includes tens of thousand of systems administrators, network technicians and other technical staff throughout the U.S.

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This case could result in one of the largest class action lawsuits in history, both in numbers of employees and total damages, ever filed against a corporation for failure to pay overtime wages,” said James Finberg, an attorney with Lieff, Cabraser, Heimann & Bernstein, one of eight law firms representing the plaintiffs.

The suit further tarnishes the reputation of IBM, a company once known for relatively harmonious labor relations. More recently, it has incurred worker anger over cost- and job-cutting actions.

The most recent of these occurred in January, when IBM said it would halt pension plan contributions starting in 2008, and move all employees to a 401K plan.

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In addition, IBM has come under increasing scrutiny for outsourcing technical positions to lower-wage nations such as India.

The amended class action complaint alleges violations of federal law on behalf of IBM high-tech workers as well as violations of the labor laws of California, Colorado, Illinois, Minnesota, New Jersey and New York. Workers from anywhere in the United States are eligible to participate in the case as well,” explained Todd Jackson of Lewis, Feinberg, Renaker & Jackson, P.C.

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The lawsuit alleges that IBM unlawfully characterized high-tech workers as exempt” from state and federal labor law protections. The worker classifications include current and former IBM technical support workers who installing or maintain IBM software and hardware. It alleges that they were wrongly classified by IBM as exempt from the overtime provisions of federal law or applicable state wage and hour laws.

The complaint against IBM was originally filed in U.S. District Court in San Francisco on Jan. 24, 2006, and amended on Monday (March 13).

SAN JOSE, Californie – Robert LeFort, président des activités d’Infineon Technologies AG en Amérique du Nord, a quitté ses fonctions à l’heure d’un effort de restructuration de l’unité, a annoncé la société allemande mercredi (15 mars).

Robert LeFort partira le 30 mars et dirigera une jeune pousse technologique, dont le nom n’a pas été révélé.

Le fabricant de puces a également annoncé qu’un nouveau conseil exécutif dirigerait l’unité d’Infineon Technologies en Amérique du Nord, installée à San Jose. Christopher Cook, Jean-Baptiste Loire et Klaus Gohlke deviendront les directeurs généraux, avec des responsabilités spécifiques pour chacun dans les différents groupes d’activités.

Christopher Cook, vice-président du groupe Automotile, industriel et multimarchés (AIM), deviendra directeur général de cette organisation. Jean-Baptiste Loire, vice-président des ventes pour la zone Amérique du Nord, supervisera le groupe de Solutions de Communications en tant que directeur général. Klaus Gohlke, directeur financier d’Infineon Technologies Amérique du Nord, deviendra directeur général de toutes les fonctions centrales de l’unité.

La nouvelle structure du conseil reflétera l’organisation de direction d’Infineon Technologies en Allemagne. « La création d’un nouveau conseil exécutif renforcera l’intérêt d’Infineon pour ses clients et son alignement commercial tout en maintenant une organisation centrale efficace », a commenté Wolfgang Ziebart, directeur général d’Infineon Technologies, dans un communiqué.

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