What Keeps Me up at Night Replacing a Legacy Phone Switch

Bina, Jim
April 2012
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2012, p134
Trade Publication
The article reports that replacement of a legacy Hitachi phone switch with the Cisco call manager product is the biggest challenge faced by the executives Rosen Centre Hotel, Orlando, the U.S. It further present several issues regarding information technology (IP) telephones including stability of retro wiring cable plant, necessity of IP telephony and which device will distribute services in guestroom.


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