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Based in Hong Kong, Digital Techniques was originally incorporated in Sydney Australia in 1992. Digital Techniques commenced as a developer and manufacturer of digital voice logging recorders for the emerging digital PBX market. OSCOM ™ has gained global recognition. Recently Digital Techniques have moved into the IP PBX market and are the official Digium distributors for Asia and the Middle East. Digital Techniques is focused on providing solutions and products for the Call Recording, Call Centre and IP PBX markets. Please Login
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