ARVADA – Hi Country Wire and Telephone completed installation of a new Nortel CSE1000S Hospital VoIP PBX for the new Centura Summit County Medical center in Frisco, Colorado.
Hi Country was awared the bid to install the system in the fall of 2005. The new VoIP PBX system is monitored by the Outpost Sentinel PBX monitoring device on a 24x7x365 basis.
ARVADA – Hi Country Wire and Telephone announced today that it has completed a VoIP communications and networking solution for the Apex Park and Recreation District.
The solution will ultimately save this district upwards of $40,000 per year in communications and network expenses as it has enabled the district the ability to move beyond the legacy Centrex Plus service it has depended on for inbound and outbound phone service and station to station calls between its primary locations. The new Nortel BCM communications solution allows for VoIP voice traffic between four Nortel BCM50 and one Nortel BCM400 communication servers, retains the districts centralized voice mail configuration, and now provides all district staff on the network to get inbound caller-ID.
ARVADA – Hi Country Wire and Telephone has completed its Nortel Business Communication Manager (BCM) 50 office phone system installations for Digital Data Services and BioMedical Technology Solutions.
The BCM50 is Nortel's newest small office solution that supports both traditional and voice of internet protocol (VoIP) configurations. It's a great system for the traditional and progressive office environment, states Jim Whitfield, the project manager for both installations. "Nortel has done a very good job of offering a solution than can serve most any small office, it's very easy to configure after we obtain the customer's requirements, and the expansion modules can be re-used if the customer needs to grow into the larger BCM 400 system."
HCWT free network services audit for DCPA (The Denver Center for the Performing Arts) yields a monthly savings of $6500.