Wi-Fi® in the desert: Trapeze® wireless from LAN2LAN helps Paradigm’s WelComE service get a great reception from the front line “The ability to communicate in real time with friends and family back home, from the relative comfort of your bed via Wi-Fi, has made a signifi cant impact on quality of life for UK troops serving in Afghanistan.”
Service Delivery Manager, Paradigm
Esher College shares a strong, historic partnership with LAN2LAN. When working on the new building expansion plans to attract new students to our College, LAN2LAN was the first company we called to discuss our cabling requirements for the commissioning of the new building. LAN2LAN have always delivered an excellent standard of work in a timely manner and within budget
Daniel Loughlin, IT Director, Esher College
LAN2LANs approach was key to the success of this project. Their knowledge of our existing infrastructure, and our needs as an organisation, LAN2LAN came up with the best design from day one. The migration was completed within a very tight timescale, with almost no disruption to our routine. We now have the peace of mind of knowing that we have robust protection against the impact of power cuts, and an IT infrastructure that's flexible and scalable enough to support our ambitious future plans.
James Fisher, Network Manager, Piggott School
Aneurin Bevan Health Board
GWENT - Next-generation healthcare needs a next-generation network: Aneurin Bevan Health Board chooses Trapeze from LAN2LAN. “However, to realise the vision we needed a robust and extremely reliable wireless infrastructure. This is a strategy that involves saving lives; we had to have absolute faith in the platform and the delivery partner.”
Head of Telecommunications for Aneurin Bevan Health Board.
Darrick Wood School
“We needed a flexible ICT system in place at Darrick Wood School, due to the lack of room for additional PCs. LAN2LAN helped us to update our systems to the highest level by implementing wireless access points around the entire campus. Pupils and teachers now have access to the internet anywhere at anytime.”
IT Manager, Darrick Wood School
London City Airport
London City Airport provides WiFi internet access in their terminal building serving more than 3 million passengers with quick and easy connectivity without compromising the security of the airport’s network infrastructure.
IT Director, London City Airport
Trapeze architecture provides the flexibility and ease of management to allow a unified deployment across the organisation, all controlled from the headquarters in Uxbridge.
IT Manager, Otsuka
SPP needed to integrate the new factory into the site’s IT infrastructure, which called for a substantial investment in cabling. Building and maintaining the physical infrastructure is not a straightforward job on industrial sites, with so much metal and electrical equipment to threaten the integrity of the signal.
System Support Manager, SPP Pumps