Large Enterprise using Aastra Solutions
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Tata Steel Improves Customer Service with Aastra Hardware
Tata Steel is a steelmaking subsidiary of Tata Group. The European operations wanted to improve their customer service and video conferencing, so they installed Aastra’s Solidus eCare and OneBox.
California State University, Fullerton chooses Aastra BluStar™
California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) is the 3rd largest institution in California with 36,000 students and 2,000 full-time and part-time faculty.
California State University, Fullerton chooses Aastra BluStar
California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) is the 3rd largest institution in California with 36,000 students and 2000 full-time and part-time faculty.
The City of Kaarina
Aastra's open standard technology at the core of better service in the City of Kaarina
Infrastructure required for voice, data and video services
Italian construction company, Immobiliare FP, built a new resort in Gioiosa Marea that needed an optical network infrastructure providing every room in the resort with voice and data services.
The UGRGS’s telecom system supports all communications needs for three university campuses distributed on nine sites, serving all university departments.
VOO is one of the largest cable operators in Belgium
VOO opts for Aastra's Solidus eCare Multimedia Contact Center solution
Viking Line commenced its services in 1959. Today, Viking Line owns seven vessels, which sail between the Finnish mainland, Åland and Sweden as well as between Finland and the Baltic states.
University of Western Austrailia makes the move to SIP
Aastra provided the University of Western Australia with a strategic MX-ONE® Telephony Server upgrade. The upgrade included the introduction of SIP capability and true IP switching.
University Hospital of Clermont-Ferrand
The University Hospital wanted to implement a wireless network in its new buildings to support the mobility of medical staff, both for managing the medical drug circuit and for patient prescription.
Tulane deploys Aastra SIP phones in its neighbourhood-based clinics
Tulane’s Health Science Center provides cost-effective telecommunication services to small, remote locations throughout the New Orleans area.
The Carlsberg Group upgrades its telephony infrastructure
Carlsberg awards Aastra a five-year managed services contract to upgrade its telephony infrastructure in Europe providing unified communications for more than 8,500 extensions
RTL Television GmbH
Wanting to implement a more modernized communication system, RTL Television GmbH installed Aastra's MX-ONE. The MX-ONE install allowed RTL Television to keep their existing infrastructure.
Improved services and response times needed by municipality
A key requirement was that the system allows users to move seamlessly between the fixed-line and mobile network via IP telephony.
Interregional Distribution Grid Company of Center (MRSK)
MRSK Center wanted to start benefiting from IP communication, increase the efficiency of its personnel by integrating an Aastra MX-ONE® TSW with Microsoft® Office Communications Server 2007.
National Railway company upgrades system at new headquarters
MÁV Co., Hungary’s national railway system, was moving to a new headquarters and required a new system and seamless transition.
Press Organisation improves its communication system
Lambrakis Press required a communications system which would provide a rich range of high-quality features and an innovative solution to cater to its needs.
Industrias Peñoles upgrades to IP Telephony
With the move to an IP based system, Industrias Peñoles implemented Aastra SIP terminals as part of the solution.
GESPAG undergoes major upgrade across all its hospitals
At the twelve sites, which are linked together in an IP network, four MX-ONE® servers and six MX-ONE® TSW platforms were employed, supporting a total of 15,000 lines; 3,200 of which are used by DECT.
German pension insurer needed harmonised system after merger
Rentenversicherung Berlin and Rentenversicherung Brandenburg underwent a merger in 2006. The communications technology used by the formerly independent administrative centres had to be harmonised.
University makes gradual transition to VoIP and SIP
Facing the need to expand the system’s capabilities as well as perform a major upgrade to the core campus network, the University began an evaluation of replacement options in 2008