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THAMES POLYTECHNIC INSTALLS DIGITAL PABX FROM PHILIPS BUISNESS SYSTEMS

Thames Polytechnic has decided to gear up its automation with the installation of digital PABX equipment at six campus sites throughout south-east London: the order, worth an initial UKP339,000, has gone to Philips Business Systems, which beat eight other suppliers to the contract; current Telephones at the Poly’s sites are ageing, with some sites connected by tie lines while others are not linked at all and Philips’ Sopho-S will link the four current sites with two more in the future on one transparent network, with speech and data be integrated to the ISDN basic rate 2B+D standard so as to offer users a plethora of features including direct-dialling, camp-on and hold telephony features, with more data facilities being added in the future; the system is due to go live in November.

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