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Convergence drives FIFA World Cup

Doug Gardner, Avaya's FIFA World Cup Program managing director.
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Written by Ella Morton on

Avaya will have its hands full at the upcoming FIFA World Cup in June.

The company has been the official converged communications provider for the World Cup since 2002. It is responsible for the design, deployment and management of network infrastructure at all 12 stadiums in Germany.

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Doug Gardner, Avaya's FIFA World Cup Program managing director, recently paid a visit to ZDNet Australia's office where he touched on intrusion detection mechanisms to be employed at the games.

In this webcast, Gardner explains the benefits of a converged network and how his team will operate at all 12 stadiums during the 31-day program.

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