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Who is your favorite and why?

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Craig;1936993 wrote:
Who is your favorite and why?

Thanks


We have a Cisco solution here(Callmanager 4.x). It does the job but it's pretty expensive(the hardware costs are absurd imo). My only other experience is with some ancient setup called Millennium from years back. The Cisco product is worlds beyond the old system.

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On 2/22/10 2:22 PM, Craig wrote:
> Who is your favorite and why?
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> Thanks
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Astrix. Just because. 😛
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Eh. We have a Nortel Meridian I think it is.
It works, I don't have to manage it, so it's awesome.
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Isn't Nortel gasping a last gasp? Or specifically, weren't they selling off
their biz equipment to Avaya?
"GofBorg" <GofBorg@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote in message
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> Eh. We have a Nortel Meridian I think it is.
> It works, I don't have to manage it, so it's awesome.



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> Isn't Nortel gasping a last gasp? Or specifically, weren't they selling
> off their biz equipment to Avaya?


Probably.
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We've been running Mitel here for a while, they seem to work well.


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Craig wrote:

> Isn't Nortel gasping a last gasp? Or specifically, weren't they
> selling off their biz equipment to Avaya?


http://www2.nortel.com/go/news_detail.jsp?cat_id=-8055&oid=100263855&locale=en-US&lcid=-1

or
http://goo.gl/Y8mQ

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On Mon, 22 Feb 2010 20:22:42 +0000, Craig wrote:

> Who is your favorite and why?


My favorite is the kind that's reliable because we need the phone system
to work.



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On Mon, 22 Feb 2010 21:57:29 +0000, GofBorg wrote:

> Eh. We have a Nortel Meridian I think it is. It works, I don't have to
> manage it, so it's awesome.


We just retired an old Meridian system last summer. System was around 12
years old or so. Pretty rock solid.



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On 2/22/10 3:10 PM, Matthew Good wrote:
> On 2/22/10 2:22 PM, Craig wrote:
>> Who is your favorite and why?
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>> Thanks
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> Astrix. Just because. 😛


Oops. Asterisk. I Checked them out last night again and they have some
pretty nice hardware stuff. Might be worth a look.
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As being a Nortel/Avaya shop here, it's pretty much a name change happening
from Nortel to Avaya. So far there's nothing to show that Nortel is gasping
or on it's last breath.

Nortel's phone system is solid, wouldn't have anything else, it's Callpilot
voice mail system is one of the few systems that integrate into GroupWise
which is really nice to have someone who knows what GroupWise is and still
supports it!


"Craig" <elrushbo@eib.net> wrote in message
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> Isn't Nortel gasping a last gasp? Or specifically, weren't they selling
> off their biz equipment to Avaya?
> "GofBorg" <GofBorg@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote in message
> news:d5Dgn.4449$yE3.3603@kovat.provo.novell.com...
>> Eh. We have a Nortel Meridian I think it is.
>> It works, I don't have to manage it, so it's awesome.

>
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