News | December 11, 2006

AT&T Signs Deal with 92-site Imaging Group

A&T Inc. today announced it has signed a three-year optical and data services contract with California Advanced Imaging Medical Associates (CAIMA), a radiology practice serving the leading hospitals in the western San Francisco Bay Area and throughout the United States, in which AT&T will serve as the primary provider of data and networking services.

AT&T’s service delivers AT&T OPT-E-MAN service, AT&T Managed Internet Service (MIS) and Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) services, enabling CAIMA to send and receive medical images among its 92 locations. The WAN will sustain CAIMA’s high-volume data traffic via the converged network infrastructure, which also aligns with AT&T’s convergence strategy. The solution will also deliver increased bandwidth to support CAIMA’s international teleradiology network.

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