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We have 100 users where I work.  Our 30 year old phone system is going to get replaced by the end of the year.  We are basically a call center.  We are going with VOIP.  The building is 30 years old also, so we need to rewire and add new switches.  I was wondering at this point, it might be a better option to go with a wireless network.  Bottom line...old building with 100 users on the phone all day.  Remove all the cat3 cable and replace with cat 6 and replace all switches with POE, or go with a wireless solution.  I was looking at Meraki, just not sure if it will do what I need.  Thanks for any input.
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Craig BeckCommented:
Without even thinking about it - if you're a call centre, go wired!  Run IP phones over the Cat6.

You could go wireless but you risk reliability.
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