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Where can I find Intel NetMerge???

Where can I find Intel NetMerge???

Where can I find Intel NetMerge???

(OP)
I am trying to install Microsoft Speech Server 2004 R2 and I need Telephony Interface Manager (TIM) software.  Intel NetMerge seems to be the best choice but the link is broken on their download page, I have called them twice and they had no idea what I was talking about.  Does anyone know where I could find this (or similar) software, it seems to be non existent.
Thanks
-Will  

RE: Where can I find Intel NetMerge???

(OP)
That is the Telephony Interface Manager software?  The same one as this:
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&Inst=Yes&ProductID=2106&DwnldID=8619&strOSs=84&OSFullName=Windows%20Server*%202003&lang=eng
It seems different.  It could just be my ignorance on the subject (this is my first experience with telephony tech) but it seems like different software ("Intel® NetMerge™ Call Processing Software version 6.0" vs. "Intel NetMerge® Call Manager Software version 1.2").  Will this do the job of allowing the telephony card to communicate with Speech Server?
Thanks for all your help.
-Will

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