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It was seriously hampered by the need for local human operators to do the actual lookups; ticketing agents would have to call a booking office, whose operators would direct a small team operating the Reservisor and then read the results over the telephone.There was no way for agents to directly query the system.In previous versions (Polycom SIP software 3.x or earlier) this manual process was not available.Also the firmware was packaged differently in the previous SIP versions as the device firmware was provided as two separate binary files, the bootloader image and the application image.It used many registers, to indicate whether seats in a train were vacant or reserved to accelerate searches of and updates to seat patterns, for communications with terminals, printing reservation notices, and CRT displays.In 1953, Trans-Canada Airlines (TCA) started investigating a computer-based system with remote terminals, testing one design on the University of Toronto's Manchester Mark 1 machine that summer.
The MARS-1 was capable of reserving seat positions, and was controlled by a transistor computer with a central processing unit and a 400,000-bit magnetic drum memory unit to hold seating files.
In order to utilize Lync integration a This process can be used on any of the Polycom SIP Phones which support 4.x software today (Sound Point IP, Sound Station IP, VVX, and Spectra Link models).
The Polycom SIP phones support a few different methods for software updates, most commonly utilizing a central FTP provisioning server so that all devices will check a single distribution point for configuration changes and new firmware images.
A newer machine with temporary storage based on a magnetic drum, the Magnetronic Reservisor, soon followed.
This system proved successful, and was soon being used by several airlines, as well as Sheraton Hotels and Goodyear for inventory control.
This same process can also be used to download files from a custom distribution server for use with the Lync Qualified releases, as covered in the next section of this article , but this central distribution point may not include the most recent versions released depending on what features or capabilities were introduced in the last release.