Middleton Paper Improves Manufacturing Productivity with Xirrus 802.11n Wireless Arrays
Middleton Paper is a premier paper manufacturer located in the United Kingdom. The company deals in a diverse portfolio of products and services including graphical paper, board, and packaging board comprising flat sheets, cutter reels, HSWO and cut-star reels. Cutting-edge technology combined with a commitment to first- class customer service ensures their continued success in the paper industry.
We have a difficult environment with heavy machinery that processes 50,000 tons annually and warehouses 15,000 tons of paper within four individual units – it is very labor intensive to pull CAT5 cable in these buildings.
Martin Travis, IT/project manager , Middleton Paper
Clinicians and hospital staff now able to use mobile devices from anywhere within the hospital, improving productivity and driving clinical excellence.
Recognised as one of the country’s top 40 hospitals for ten successive years, Bedford NHS has over 2,000 members of staff and provides a range of services to over 270,000 people living in north and mid Bedfordshire.
The beauty of the Xirrus wireless platform is that fewer wireless points are needed, which in turn reduces the amount of cabling and wiring required throughout the hospital, helping to maintain aesthetic integrity.
Mark Austin, Assistant Director of Clinical Information and Business Intelligence, Bedford Hospital NHS Trust
Apple Distinguished School in Australia Builds Digital Learning Environment With 1:1 Computing and Xirrus Wi-Fi.
Located in Perth, Western Australia, Corpus Christi College is a private Catholic coeducational school for students in years 7-12. More than 1,200 students attend, served by more than 100 teachers and 50 staff. The College earned the prestigious Apple Distinguished School status for the third time in the 2016-2017 school year. Apple awards the status to schools demonstrating innovation, leadership and educational excellence.
Teachers, students and staff know they can depend on Xirrus Wi-Fi in the classroom. It just works.
David Moyle, IT Technical Administrator, Corpus Christi College
Houston County Board of Education Enhances Learning through Wireless Technologies with Help from Xirrus and AirWatch
Located in the heart of Georgia, the Houston County School System educates approximately 28,000 K-12 students on 38 campuses.Houston County students excel in many areas, outperforming state and national test averages, winning academic competitions and earning sports championships.
We designed our wireless system with the intention of going full-blown BYOD. The education system is moving towards cloud- based collaboration, so to maximize efficiency in the classroom, we knew that a
reliable wireless network was imperative.
Sharon Lunceford, Director of Information Technology, Houston County Board of Education