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August 19, 1997
A Westlake Village telecommunications company said it has acquired full ownership of a joint venture with StarComm Products. Franklin Telecom didn't disclose the cash price it paid for the 30% stake held by the Huntington Beach company in the venture, which makes a major component for Franklin's Cyclone brand telecommunications product.
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August 19, 1997
A Westlake Village telecommunications company said it has acquired full ownership of a joint venture with StarComm Products. Franklin Telecom didn't disclose the cash price it paid for the 30% stake held by the Huntington Beach company in the venture, which makes a major component for Franklin's Cyclone brand telecommunications product.
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June 11, 1996 | BARBARA MURPHY
Franklin Telecom of Westlake Village has formed a joint venture with StarComm Products of Huntington Beach. The venture will merge Franklin's D-Mark channel bank with StarComm's V.34-28.8 modems while eliminating any redundant functions. The new product will become part of the Franklin D-Mark family, and Franklin will handle all software development. "StarComm has been very active in providing communications solutions for Internet service provider applications . . .
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August 26, 1997 | BARBARA MURPHY
Franklin Telecom in Westlake Village has acquired full ownership of its joint venture with StarComm Products, based in Huntington Beach. The venture, announced in May 1996, was formed to develop the ICM8 card, a major component of its Cyclone product. The Cyclone merges Franklin's D-Mark Channel Bank with StarComm's V.34 modem technology.
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