A year ago, of Ottawa, Illinois-based Centre runs an analog phone system powered by T-1 and a 10/100 Ethernet network independent data would not support an IP telephony system and much less battery high bandwidth medical applications are becoming increasingly necessary, says Curt Sesto, director of facilities management, construction and electronics to the center.
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Now, Ottawa Regional has installed a fiber ring 10G bps at its campus of 31 acres and is in the midst of changing all of its IP phones with the ability to enable unified communications (UC) has said. The ring, which is owned and operated by the Ottawa Regional eliminates a series of point to point AT & T, T-1 lines connecting the eight buildings on campus, he says.
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