Texas A&M, Tulane take voice services into the cloud

Campus Technology reports Texas A&M and Tulane will be the first universities to use Internet2s “voice in the cloud” service. Internet2 is a member owned advanced networking consortium led by the research and education community, and they will be collaborating with telecommunications vendors Aastra and Level 3 Communications to provide this managed service.

According to the companies involved, the service aims to provide “control and flexibility over the administration of Unified Communications (UC) services like voice and video communication, and empower institutions to customize the solution to meet their unique campus needs.”

Read the full report at Campus Technology.