Icomm has wrapped up its IT infrastructure rollout for independent educational institute, Mowbray College.
Working with the college’s IT department, the Melbourne-based integrator successfully implemented the hardware, licensing and connectivity segments of the project.
IP communications was last on the list and the company will continue to provide remote support and management through a Telstra co-location centre.
“We responded to the request for IT deployment and centralised operations they wanted on one platform across the system,” Icomm managing director, Rob Dell, said. “We replaced all the servers and switching infrastructure and redesigned the whole network to provide a more efficient solution for users and administrators.”
The company used server and switching gear hardware from HP, software licences from Microsoft, IP communications solution from Mitel and connectivity services from Telstra.
Icomm, in conjunction with Telstra, won a tender in late 2007 to re-design and implement an IT network across all four Mowbray College campuses – three in Melbourne and one in Shanghai, China. The rollout began early 2008.
While Dell said the deal was of huge significance to Icomm, he declined to disclose the value of the contract.