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MIT has partnered with AT&T to build a neutral-host Distributed Antenna System (DAS) on the MIT campus. The DAS is a network of antenna nodes connected to a common radio frequency source via a transport medium that provides improved cellular coverage and capacity within a building.
The DAS is open to all wireless carriers. IS&T is continuously working with wireless carriers to make coverage and capacity improvements on campus.
IS&T supports the following mobile platforms: iOS, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone.
IS&T supports WebEx and MIT VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) audio and web conferencing tools and makes them available to the MIT community.
IS&T has partnered with four vendors to provide the MIT community with discounted pricing on several cellular telephone plans.
IS&T offers a variety of telephone help/repair and switchboard services.
MITvoip is the main telephone service used by MIT departments, labs, and centers (DLCs). IS&T is responsible for supporting all aspects of the service from the infrastructure to the telephone devices used by staff and faculty.
IS&T also provides limited support for existing traditional ISDN telephone sets.
IS&T no longer provides a calling card service that can bill back to MIT Cost Objects.