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Wednesday
Oct 13th, 2010
10:30 AM - 11:20 AM
Meeting Room 304A-C
Pacific Time
Penn and Emory have taken different approaches to VoIP deployments for thousands of users. Emory has implemented a commercial VoIP solution, while Penn has chosen an open-source approach. Both options have proven to be successful. In this timely session, we will compare and contrast these two approaches and experiences.
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@emoryuts - nice job Brett! #educause10 and #e10_sess108

Softphones are being tested at @UPenn... @dkassabian has eyeBeam on his laptop #e10_sess108

@tkrohn - most of OUR 20,000 users are on Centrex (6000 VoIP, 14,000 legacy centrex) #e10_sess108

Did he say most PSTN is still Centrex? #e10_sess108

Let's talk VoIP! #e10_sess108

Attending Educause VoIP Session by Emory and Penn #e10_sess108

Getting ready to learn about VoIP @UPenn (and Emory) at #EDUCAUSE10 from @dkassabian and Chris Keating (and Brett Coryell) #e10_sess108


Comments

@emoryuts - nice job Brett! #educause10 and #e10_sess108

Softphones are being tested at @UPenn... @dkassabian has eyeBeam on his laptop #e10_sess108

@tkrohn - most of OUR 20,000 users are on Centrex (6000 VoIP, 14,000 legacy centrex) #e10_sess108

Did he say most PSTN is still Centrex? #e10_sess108

Let's talk VoIP! #e10_sess108

Attending Educause VoIP Session by Emory and Penn #e10_sess108

Getting ready to learn about VoIP @UPenn (and Emory) at #EDUCAUSE10 from @dkassabian and Chris Keating (and Brett Coryell) #e10_sess108