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When Microsoft's NT operating system was starting to make a run at the workstation space, MIPS was one of only two non-Intel architectures (Alpha being the other) Microsoft had ported to.

When Microsoft's NT operating system was starting to make a run at the workstation space, MIPS was one of only two non-Intel architectures (Alpha being the other) Microsoft had ported to.

A test attempt was judged a success if the system correctly recognized the spoken name and, with or without confirmation, connected the simulated call to the correct extension.

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There were three types of failures (indicated in the charts on page 94):

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Nortel Test Results

Although Nortel supports up to 8 lines per system, they provided a 4-line systemfor evaluation, which was tested under simultaneous 2- and 4-line loads.

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As the 2-line graph shows (see page 90), response times fell almost wholly between 1.5 and 2.25 seconds. There were a total of 17 failures, mostly Type 35 (complete recognition failure) for a success rate of 91.5.

Under heavier load, as the 4-line graph shows, response times slowed to 2.0 to 2.5 seconds. There were 55 failures, again mostly of Type 35, with a resulting success rate of 86.25.

First, PlanMember runs a high volume of voice and data, but not enough to warrant separate T-1 lines. With the 9300s to allocate bandwidth, ensuring clean voice, no extra lines are needed.

It's like getting free voice, since the data lines were needed anyway.”

Second, administering and maintaining two separate networks means more work. And like most enterprise network managers, Mr. Kemp has enough work already.

With the 9300s, Kemp says, So far no problems withmaintenance and administration, even through a recent upgrade. Once I got settled in, very low maintenance.” PlanMember's VAR had him up and running in a few short hours. Much to the joyous amazement of Kemp.

Kemp ends: It does what it's intended to do, very effectively. That's what matters.”