INTELLARETURN NEWS & MEDIA CENTER
AT&T Invites Intellareturn to Present Current Projects and Innovation
NEW HAVEN, CT -- October 17, 2006 -- Intellareturn Corp. was invited to present its RFID and Near-Field Communications ("NFC") technology and product concepts to representatives at AT&T's Connecticut headquarters today. With participation from AT&T Labs, the special presentation by Elliot Klein – Founder and CEO of Intellareturn – was part of the Connecticut Technology Council (CTC) Innovation @ Work Series.
Intellareturn presented a secure, IP-based application that can integrate into AT&T's U-verse strategy, providing new revenue services that link distributed postal mail with wireless subscribers from AT&T's Cingular Wireless business.
As one of the world's largest telecommunications companies, the presentation focused on opportunities for new product and concept integration. Operating globally under the AT&T brand, AT&T is recognized as the leading worldwide provider of IP-based communications services for business. AT&T holds a 60 percent ownership in Cingular Wireless, the number one U.S. wireless service provider.
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