Marriott exec shares converged network “horror story”

Monday, 11 June 2007, 12:42 AM EST

Neil Schubert is only partly kidding when he calls Marriott International’s move toward a converged network a “horror story.”

“I’m here to tell you a terrifying tale of network design, support and administration,” he said to an audience Thursday at the IDC IT Forum & Expo in Boston. Marriott International runs a variety of hotel chains from the Ramada to the Ritz-Carlton, supporting more than 3,200 properties, 580,000 rooms and 2 million nodes.

At NetworkWorld.

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