Top Deployments - September 2009

— September 04, 2009

Omni Hotels is rolling out the BelAir Networks WiFi Infrastructure at its facilities throughout 2009. The service is already available in Atlanta at the Omni Hotel at CNN Center, in Texas at the Omni Fort Worth, in Washington DC at the Omni Shoreham and in Connecticut at the Omni New Haven At Yale.

U.S. Army's Fort Bliss is deploying AtHoc's Emergency notification system. The solution provides emergency mass notification to more than 7,500 personnel via multiple devices, including computers, cellphones and landline phones as well as public address systems.

Abilene Christian University in Abilene, TX, is providing Apple iPhone 3GS smartphones to all incoming freshman for the 2009-2010 school year. The deployment is the latest mobility effort for the university, which, in fall 2008, announced a mobile learning program based on the iPhone and Apple's iPod Touch.

Chicago's Hines Tower is using ADC's InterReach Fusion in-building distributed antenna system to deliver wireless coverage and capacity to its corporate tenants. The 1.3 million square foot office tower features an in-building cellular backbone which tenants can access for mobile service if they so choose.

Sundt Construction is deploying Motion F5 Rugged Tablet PCs for use on jobsites nationwide. All documents are available on the tablets, updated automatically and shared with subcontractors. In addition, Sundt is using the F5 as a digital storage tool to eliminate the issue of finding necessary information after a project is completed.


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