Defence replaces old NEC PABX

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Defence replaces old NEC PABX

Canberra office re-connected.

The Department of Defence will upgrade a 20-plus year old NEC PABX at its Russell offices in Canberra, covering about 5000 extensions.

The department said it run a hybrid TDM/IP environment on two NEC SV8500 communications servers, which would replace a 2400 UMG telephony system.

The installation was due to be completed this month.

The department also deployed a "full VoIP" system at its newly refurbished Anzac Park West site. It had 950 extensions and went live in October.

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