Johns Hopkins Medicine is one of the leading health-care providers in the US. The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is consistently ranked as one of the top Medical Schools in the US and the Johns Hopkins Hospital is consistently ranked #1 in the US for 21 years in a row! In a previous blog in 2012, we described how the Cisco Wireless LAN controller 7.5 release enables wireless networks to recover with no client re-authentication in the event of a primarily controller failure. In this blog, I will share more details about unified access deployment at the Johns Hopkins Hospital with particular focus on the High Availability design.
Patients are the focus at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Johns Hopkins uses state-of-the-art technology in their hospitals to ensure that patients get the latest advances from surgical tools, radiologic imaging suites with the best diagnostic capabilities to something as humane as sound-absorbing private rooms for each patient. Read More »
Tags: access, aireOS, blade, Cisco, client, controller, deployment, design, device, diagnostic, equipment, health care, healthcare, High Availability, hospital, IOS, johns hopkins, LAN, mdf, medical, Mission Critical, mobility, NCV, network, patient, re-authentication, release, text, unified, Voice, voip, vss, wi-fi, wifi, wireless, WiSM2, wlan
Cisco IT supports all its services with a global service management and delivery team. I am the service owner for the IT UC and video team; we own the strategy, planning and delivery of voice and video services throughout the Cisco enterprise. Read More »
Tags: cisco rms, coc-unified-communications, CUCM, jabber, lifecycle, management, monitor, phone, rms, UC, UCS, unified communications, updates, virtualization, voip
Every company gets phone bills. Whether you use hardware phones or laptop software phones or mobile phones, video phones or audio phones, your calls have to get carried over the some service provider’s network, and that costs money. Read More »
Tags: coc-unified-communications, CUCM, gateway, long distance, PSTN, teho, UC, unified communications, voip
How does Cisco keep voice costs down with our Unified Communications voice service? Read More »
Tags: coc-unified-communications, CUCM, dial plan, teho, UC, unified communications, voip
Last week, we looked at the question “How close to the phones does the CUCM cluster have to be?” There was no easy or set answer to this question, but we acknowledged right at the start that minimizing the number of clusters is probably a good idea. So why, then, does Cisco IT have so many clusters?
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Tags: cluster, coc-unified-communications, CUCM, UC, uc architecture, uc design, unified communications, voip