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CUIT NetPhone Service


Columbia University Information Technology (CUIT) is now deploying NetPhone Service to clients in the Studebaker building in Manhattanville. This service uses Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology to transmit voice communications over data networks.

Using a single network for voice and data transmission eliminates the need to manage two separate networks.

By November 2007, approximately 450 Columbia University staff members will be using CUIT NetPhones in their Studebaker offices. Long term plans to replace all 20,000 existing Rolm phones on the Morningside campus are in the works.

Some of you have inquired about this service; please be patient as we evaluate carefully and deploy NetPhones while assuring the highest level of quality you expect from your telephone service.




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Number of NetPhones deployed by CUIT to date: 3121