Re: FW: FW: Telecommunications vs internetworking [7:86571] posted 03/31/2004
- Subject: Re: FW: FW: Telecommunications vs internetworking [7:86571]
- From: "neal rauhauser" <neal@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2004 14:26:28 GMT
"Messel, David S (David)" wrote:
> I've watched while setting in a hospital bed nurses getting totally
> disgusted with a Cisco phone system. In the nurses own words it hasn't
> worked a single day right since it was installed.
I think Cisco bought a company called Chunkashita to get that
technology ... you get no argument from me on that one.
> As far as people go I just fought a battle with a CCIE who put data and
> voice apps in the same priority queue which does not work and is not
I help CCIEs with hard stuff some times, too. Maybe I should stop
dinking around with my incremental approach and just go take the silly
> I can't speak to your individual arguments below; because I was not there.
> do know that Avaya offers very good VOIP and legacy voice applications.
No argument here on this.
> Now time to get back to my real job; one little stab I can't resist is yeah
> cisco has consistent interfaces, cat, native, oh and the MS interface to
> Call Manager or is that now moving to Linux following suit behind Avaya :)
CatOS is pretty much officially retired and everything you can buy
today runs IOS. I'll agree that this was long, long, long overdue on
Call Manager contains Wintendo and I refuse to touch it, so I have no
direct experience in that area :-)
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