Vitens chooses Priority Telecom for Wide Area Network

Tuesday 5 November 2002 | 09:29 CET | News
Priority Telecom will provide Vitens, the biggest watercompany in The Netherlands, with solutions for the implementation of telecom and datacommunication. The 1200 employees will use the solutions for daily phone and data traffic, internet and teleworking. Priority Telecom will create a Wide Arean Network (WAN) to connect the 5 headquarters of Vitens in Apeldoorn, Leeuwarden, Zwolle and two locations in Doetinchem. Furthermore, Priority Telecom will offer ISDN30 solutions.

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