Case Studies Guide


Case Studies | Technology | Wireless Devices


Our comprehensive guide to technology solutions implemented by channel partners in specific vertical markets.

Meru Networks-Sun Health

The challenge Sun Health was facing was that their early generation wireless network was unable to provide seamless network coverage. This left the healthcare network unable to take full advantage of the capabilities of new clinical applications and point of care devices. As a result, they began searching for a reliable and pervasive WLAN network.

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Motorola - Aurora School District


The Aurora Public School District needed to create a reliable, secure and cost- effective network with enough bandwidth to sustain all 26 elementary schools in the district. Existing T1 lines were too slow and expensive to maintain.

Microsoft - Best Buy


Best Buy, a leading specialty consumer retailer, wanted to create a more efficient approach to scheduling and routing for their “Geek Squad” brand, a team of field-based support professionals who service customers in their homes or small businesses.

3COM - New College


Based in Sarasota, Florida, New College is an independent, public honors college that attracts academically gifted and talented students. The school was using an aging Cisco data network, a Lucent phone system from the 1980s and was dealing with annual bill of more than $600,000 for outsourcing network maintenance services.

3Com-One World Hotel


One World Hotel offers five-star accommodations in Malaysia’s Klang Valley. When the hotel opened its doors in 2007, the owners envisioned that it would set a new standard for service and luxury. The hotel’s owners, who also own an adjoining shopping center, were searching for a strong and flexible network infrastructure. They needed an infrastructure that would enable the deployment of new applications without rewiring or recabling, which would result in added expenses and disruptions to business operations. They also required a system that would support the implementation of a range of modern services, such as CCTV security, IP telephony, and Internet access.

ADTRAN-Citizens National Bank


The Citizens National Bank opened its doors in 1973, originally serving residents of Sevierville, Tennessee and surrounding areas. The company was facing several technological challenges, which eventually led to the Citizens National Bank’s implementation of numerous ADTRAN technologies. The bank had an aging network that was in need of an upgrade. Citizens National Bank also wanted to increase performance and extend service to an ATM location using non-traditional means.

ADTRAN-WESCO


WESCO is a company that has experienced massive success in the retail sector. WESCO wanted to transfer from a 56k Frame Relay network to MPLS, but soon realized they would need a new networking infrastructure to do so. The company expected their upgraded network to have increased bandwidth and provide future support for VoIP. The network would also need to be secure and have an integrated wireless connection.

Meru Networks-Copperhill Mountain Lodge


Located in an area that offers breathtaking mountain views, the Copperhill Mountain Lodge has the distinction of being the first hotel in the area to receive a five-star rating. Before Copperhill opened its doors, it needed to be equipped with a wireless network that would provide both guests and staff with Internet connectivity anywhere, anytime. The Internet network had to be reliable and fast, and also needed to be able to support large numbers of simultaneous connections in the expansive conference center.

Meru Networks-Royal Orthopaedic Hospital


Birmingham’s Royal Orthopaedic Hospital has the distinction of being the largest unit of its kind in all of Europe. The hospital is committed to using technology in any way possible to enhance patient care. In 2008, they switched to Tiara, a new hospital IT system. Electronic patient records containing patient history and up-to-date information about assessments and interventions are an important part of this system.

Lantronix-Secura Key


A few years ago, Secura Key developed SK-ACP, an access control panel for entry/exit management. To allow the initial version of SK-ACP to connect to a network, Secura Key relied on the Lantronix UDS1100 external device server. The security company, however, wanted to upgrade their product to have embedded networking capability so it could offer both wired and wireless remote management.

Meru Networks-The Heathland School


Heathland evaluated a number of industry solutions, ultimately deciding that Meru technologies could best meet their needs. A Meru Wireless LAN MC3050 50-port controller and 37 Meru AP201 access points were used to set up the school’s new and improved wireless network.


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