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- Top 3 Areas A/V over IP Can Have an Immediate Impact at Your Company
- The Infrastructure
- Avoiding Latency Issues
- An Architectural Merge
- A/V and IT Convergence
- Use Case Study: How Hotel 1000 Moved to a Fully Converged IP Infrastructure
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