CALNET

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CALNETCalifornia Network
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As a result of becoming an authorized CALNET provider, Comcast Business is now able to offer Category 3 Ethernet Services and Category 5 Internet Services to more than 2,000 state and non-state agencies.
The CALNET Telecommunications Program accomplishes this through oversight, statewide policy, and a suite of statewide, competitively bid telecommunications contracts used by both state and local public agencies.
In alignment with these categories, Integra will now offer its Ethernet Services, Private Line (SONET) networking and High Speed Internet services throughout California to state agencies and other participants in the CALNET 3 program.
The contracts were awarded in phase two of the three-phase CALNET 3 initiative established to provide the next generation of telecommunications services to California state and local departments and agencies.
CALNET II differs from the current CALNET contract in that it provides customers with four distinct service contracts (formerly referred to as service modules) to choose from to meet a range of telecommunications business needs - traditional voice and data core services, voice long-distance services, network based Internet Protocol (IP) services, and broadband fixed wireless access services.
CALNET serves approximately 160 state and 2,000 local government agencies statewide.
CALNET 3 program for the following CALNET 3 categories : Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) Ethernet; SONET Ring Connectivity; SONET Point-to-Point Connectivity; Managed Internet Services
CALNET is a contract for voice and data communications service by DGS that provides the state and more than 2,000 local government agencies with communications services at discounted rates that are significantly below market prices.
Written questions received prior to the conference will be answered and posted to the CALNET II homepage at http://www.
We are helping our customers increase their competitive advantage by deploying advanced XML business frameworks utilizing Software AG products such as Mediator and Tamino," said Rolin Hua, senior vice president of CALNET.
For more than 12 years, CALNET has been working closely with our clients to increase competitive advantage by leveraging and transforming processes and systems that utilize emerging technologies and transaction interaction standards such as Web services and XML-based solutions.