Delta Air Lines Cancellations and Dual Site Redundancy

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You have probably heard about the Delta Air Lines flight cancellations; some of you have probably even been affected by it. Now at about 1,000 cancelled flights worldwide, Delta could have avoided this with Dual Site Redundancy.

Reportedly, it was a computer outage that interfered with Delta’s communication and booking systems. If they had a secondary site, they could have immediately switched to the back-up without canceling a single flight.

This is a good reminder about the importance of Dual Site Redundancy. If you are concerned about this and want to prepare your company, contact us today!

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Happy Fourth of July!

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Happy Independence Day to all of our U.S. partners!

Stay tuned for our upcoming posts: On-Premise vs. Cloud IP PBX Systems on Wednesday and What Is the Difference Between a Class 4 and Class 5 Softswitch? on Friday.


Elektrijada Students & Bicom Systems

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is a prestigious competition for electrical engineering students in Europe. As the “single biggest yearly assembly of electrical engineering students in Europe”, Bicom Systems wanted to get involved and support the future entrepreneurs of our industry. (Read more about Elektrijada here.)

We began sponsoring and training several students a year ago and are excited as their competition approaches.

On May 12-17 they will compete at the event in the field of programming. This year, the event will be held in Italy at the Rimini summer resort.

Some of the goals of Elektrijada are to “promote networking between students” and to “discover the future engineers”, activities that Bicom Systems is excited to support.

Other sponsors of our students are Marvelsoft, Elsta Mosdorfer, H&H Inc., Softatec, Umel Dalekovodmontaza, dccs, Leftor, Source Code d.o.o., codeNest, and Babilon.

Check back here after the competition to hear how it went for our students!