System News
19 Nov 2001
BCE Nexxia's Learning Portal Saves Millions
Delivers Anytime, Anywhere Training

When BCE Nexxia was tasked to provide Internet Protocol (IP) broadband services to business customers in North America, the company needed to quickly train its sales force, as well as other employees. Nexxia turned to ISOPIA, a provider of learning management systems software that has since been acquired by Sun. ISOPIA offered an ideal hosted application model built on what is now known as Sun LearnTone Learning Management System (LMS) Hosted. In just six weeks, ISOPIA developed a Web-enabled learning portal called the Nexxia Learning Network (NLN). ISOPIA was also engaged to develop custom asynchronous courses.
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19 Nov 2001
Brigham and Women's Hospital
High-performance Graphics Workstations

Neurosurgeons at Brigham and Women's Hospital have developed a surgical technique that enables them to successfully remove brain tumors that were previously considered inoperable. High-performance graphics workstations from Sun provide surgeons with 3D models and views of the cranium based on data collected from magnetic resonance imaging scanners and processed by a cluster of Sun Enterprise Servers. Over 350 craniotomies have been performed on patients using this innovative technique.
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