RNESU is planning to replace their old systems with Samsung PBX/VoIP
systems using SIP/PRI which are E911 compliant. We will keep a couple of
POTs lines for alarms/fax/internet outages. The Samsung OfficeServ systems
do not require licensing fees and the features are the same across all
OfficeServ models. That works us for us as we have tiny schools and big
schools so, regardless of the model selected users across the district will
have a consistent user experience and feature set. The Samsung vendor is
APC Services out of Rutland.

And did you know there are E911 grants available?

Susan Briere
Coordinator, IT Services
Rutland Northeast Supervisory Union
(802) 247-5757 ext. 24

*"The best way to predict the future is to invent it."  -Alan Kay*

On Wed, Feb 1, 2017 at 5:06 PM, Matthew Gonzalez <[log in to unmask]>

> Hello,
> We are looking to do a VoIP system upgrade here in Winooski. I see this
> was somewhat addressed last winter; what are the economical options here?
> We use Avaya hardware (phones & PBX) currently. The system is 10 years old
> and we want something a little more user friendly so our IT team can
> provide support.
> What are you using?
> - Matthew Gonzalez
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