World Wide Technology answers Alaska call for IP migration

World Wide Technology Inc. won a $15 million contract from the Alaska Administration Department to assist state officials in updating the state's telecommunications system.

World Wide Technology of St. Louis is moving Alaska to a converged, enterprise-wide network to meet the state's telecommunication needs today and in the future.

The IP telephone migration contract is focused on telecommunication integration support and will maximize the state's converged technology platform and satisfy the various needs of its end users with a range of integration services.

World Wide Technology plans to deploy 15,000 IP phones for Alaska in Anchorage, Juneau and Fairbanks.

WWT specializes in helping federal, state and local governments to manage technology and supply chain planning, procurement and deployment processes.

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Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Washington Technology.

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