OCTEL

AcronymDefinition
OCTELOperations Center Telephone
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"The Octel name has served us well for many years but it no longer reflects the breadth of our speciality chemicals business today or the direction we are heading in the future."
In 1994, one of the biggest fires ever seen on Anglesey started at the Octel plant.
"It was a pretty aggressive schedule, but the city decided about a year ago not to renew its licenses with Octel, and we were anxious to get [something else] in place," says Linda Henderson, the city's IT supervisor.
Finnish-Swedish IT company TietoEnator Corporation said on Friday (30 April) that it had signed an agreement with the shareholders of the Finnish information logistics company Octel Oy to acquire the entire share capital of Octel.
Like so many former Nazi sympathizers these days, Octel forgets a few relevant bits about how its family spent the war years and those directly preceding it:
Octel admitted failing to ensure the health and safety of workers, failing to use the best techniques and failing to notify the authorities of the incident immediately.
Under that deal, announced back in April, Lucent will integrate and sell its Octel Unified Messenger on Compaq's ProLiant and AlphaServer platforms, providing combined email, fax and voice capabilities using Microsoft's Exchange Server as the messaging platform.
Scots trainer Jim Goldie was on target at Chester when Northern Motto stormed home in the Octel O'Hare handicap to repeat his win of last year.
Wellesley ultimately selected Octel, located in Milpitas, Calif., as the vendor of choice, purchasing their Maxum system.
The leading voice mail vendor is Octel Communications Corp., Milpitas, Calif., which has a 22% market share.
Certificates of merit were won by Motorola Communications and Electronics and by Octel Communications Corp.