Buffalo's Engineering Department Moves To Larger Facilities

Melville, NY January 3, 1997 - To keep up with demand for new products and features and stay ahead of its competition, Buffalo International's Engineering division has moved. They have just completed relocation to a much larger, state-of-the-art technical facility. "This will allow us to increase staff in both technical support, as well as research and development", said Wai Wu, VP of Technology, "it will also let us bring in a wider variety of equipment for compatibility testing".

This move comes only a few short months after Buffalo's headquarters relocated. It all but completes the corporate facelift that the company undertook in the middle of 1996. Changing its name, moving to new offices, and a brand new web site (including on-line support), are just some of the things that Buffalo is doing to gear up for what is expected to be a banner year in 1997. According to David Friedman, VP of Marketing & Sales "These changes were necessary to meet the needs of our growing and diverse customer base." "We've taken steps to insure that we continue to offer a superior value to all customers worldwide" continued Mr. Friedman.

Buffalo International, Inc. is the developer of the world's first truly Open Architecture line of products. Current products include Open Architecture Predictive Dialing Engine (OAPDE™), Object Telephony Server (OTS™) and Open Architecture Voice Logging Engine (OAVLE™). Currently in the works are Windows NT versions of the products, which will increase capacity for Dialogic™ boards which are the main hardware building blocks of the systems. The new OTS™ platform adds ACD and IVR functions (Fax is on the way) to the Buffalo Engine.