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It appears that there is only a windows driver so if your ubuntu does not recognize it one of your options will be to see if linmodems or linuxant has drivers. They have a scan tool and will tell you if they have the driver. If they have one it will come in a free version (which is slow) and a modem max driver that you will have to pay for.
I miss spoke, the better (max) version is all that you will need if they make one. The one they charge for does the same job but faster. A lot of people try the free version first to see if the like it or it will work properly.