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21 February 2012

InTechnology has recently announced that the company had partnered with the University of Oxford in order to implement SIP trunking across Janet, the institution's private research and education network.
The Oxford University Computing Service (OUCS) has been seeking SIP solutions after concern had been raised that all the ISDN30 circuit fibers of institution’s core voice network pass via the same diminutive area in central Oxford. In case of any problems with these fibers, the students and faculty would not have been able to make or receive voice calls.
Therefore, the OUCS team decided to get an alternate solution: sending voice traffic over Janet. InTechnology, as a Janet-connected provider, was tapped as a partner for the project.
The head of telecoms at OUCS commented that “InTechnology was willing to do what other major suppliers were reluctant to try: accepting voice traffic via Janet without QoS.”
The partnership provides OUCS with a number of benefits, including reduced supplier dependency, increased resilience, as well as significant scalability and reduced call costs. Additionally, the new setup allows OUCS adding remote access to the VoIP system.

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