October 17, 2008
AT&T Wins $223m LA County Contract
AT&T has won a five-year $223m contract from the County of Los Angeles to provide converged communications services throughout the county.
It will provide voice and data services including Frame Relay and A data transport, remote access, managed internet service, virtual private network, local and long-distance voice, and web, video, and teleconferencing services.
Tom Lang, program manager at the County of Los Angeles, said: "The County of Los Angeles was seeking to converge voice and data networks and to gain a 24-hour managed services environment. Converged IP services will give us increased management efficiency and greater functionality."