Top Deployments - November 2010

By  Martha Walz — November 05, 2010

The Seattle International Film Festival has deployed an online and mobile real-time scheduling system from Shiftboard to manage its nearly 6,000 work for its managers, workers, and volunteers.

Emory University has selected Amcom Software, Inc.'s smartphone messaging and pager replacement solution to simplify sending messages and tracking responses among smartphone-carrying staff and making it possible for them to consolidate to a single device.

University Medical Center of Southern Nevada (UMCSN) has deployed Wi-Fi delivered by the Horizon distributed antenna system (DAS) from InnerWireless, Inc. to ensure that the required quality of service (QoS) would be available at every patient bedside across its eight-building, 850,000-square-foot main campus

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition has chosen and deployed the Ruckus ZoneFlex Smart Wireless LAN (WLAN) system for use on its production sets. The dual-band, outdoor 802.11n Smart Wi-Fi products provide wireless service and coverage spanning areas from several acres to multiple city blocks.

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