Middlebury

Difference between revisions of "Unified Communications Project 2017"

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===== Why are we doing this? =====
 
===== Why are we doing this? =====
 
* Middlebury PBX is 20 years old and two years past End of Life (EOL)<br />
 
* Middlebury PBX is 20 years old and two years past End of Life (EOL)<br />
* Several single points of failure<br />
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- Several single points of failure<br />
* Hard drive failure in 2015 – multiple day outage for some users<br />
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- Hard drive failure in 2015 – multiple day outage for some users<br />
* Limited spare parts availability<br /><br />
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- Limited spare parts availability<br /><br />
  
 
* Middlebury Network Switches EOL 2017, limited Power over Ethernet (POE), no UPSs<br /><br />
 
* Middlebury Network Switches EOL 2017, limited Power over Ethernet (POE), no UPSs<br /><br />
  
 
* 911 Compliance<br />
 
* 911 Compliance<br />
* Middlebury – 911 System is EOL<br />
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- Middlebury – 911 System is EOL<br />
* Monterey – Pending CA Legislation<br /><br />
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- Monterey – Pending CA Legislation<br /><br />
  
 
* Reduce operating expenses<br /><br />
 
* Reduce operating expenses<br /><br />
  
 
*Integrate Middlebury and Monterey campuses, plus CNS office in Washington, D.C.<br />
 
*Integrate Middlebury and Monterey campuses, plus CNS office in Washington, D.C.<br />

Revision as of 16:55, 12 June 2017

Telephone System Replacements - Middlebury, Monterey, and Washington, D.C.

Why are we doing this?
  • Middlebury PBX is 20 years old and two years past End of Life (EOL)

- Several single points of failure
- Hard drive failure in 2015 – multiple day outage for some users
- Limited spare parts availability

  • Middlebury Network Switches EOL 2017, limited Power over Ethernet (POE), no UPSs

  • 911 Compliance

- Middlebury – 911 System is EOL
- Monterey – Pending CA Legislation

  • Reduce operating expenses

  • Integrate Middlebury and Monterey campuses, plus CNS office in Washington, D.C.
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