M5 Networks to Deploy Service at U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

M5 Networks -- a young, energetic hosted IP-PBX service provider based in New York City, just announced that it will be providing service for reporters covering President Bush's keynote address at the commencement exercises for the graduating class of 2006 at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy on June 19. Apparently, this marks the first visit to the institution by a sitting president.

In order to assist the press corps reporting on this event, the Academy is working with M5 to quickly and rapidly deploy 150 secure VoIP phone lines and Cisco IP phones for use by members of the media in attendance.

Perhaps while the President is there,  he'll check out the setup and pass along a good word to the directors of the Dept. of Homeland Security and FEMA: Services like M5 should be standard fare for our emergency response teams, as they can be set up rapidly and are highly flexible in the event of an emergency situation.
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