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  Reply # 203042 24-Mar-2009 15:50
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matt45: there will be a new network in place by 2020 but that doesn’t necessarily mean the neax will be completely gone by then, remember it’s not just POTS lines on these switches, there are large cooperates that have WAC and ISDN PRA circuits etc which all have to be cut over to the  new VOIP Platform and "new" *cough* Ericson axe Switches.



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  Reply # 203054 24-Mar-2009 16:47
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matt45: i did mean 2022, most places will be done prior but 2022 is the projected date when the last ones will be decommissioned.

Edit: deleted random code that made its way onto the end of post.


My apoligies, I thought you meant Telecom won't be launching any of their NGN until 2022 Embarassed

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