Québec City International Modernizes Airport to Draw More Travelers, With Collaboration From Cisco and HP
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In January of 2009, Cisco and HP announced Québec City's Jean Lesage International Airport (Aéroport de Québec) has completed the modernization of its airport terminal using solutions from the two companies. The airport’s deployment integrates Cisco network infrastructure and Cisco mobility and Unified Communications solutions to improve travelers' experiences and draw more travelers to Québec City. HP served as the end-to-end systems integrator for these solutions and will provide ongoing support for the network infrastructure.

The new network infrastructure helps support the airport's vision for a modern, agile facility at a time when increasing air traffic is flying into and out of Quebec City. To bring its vision to life, the airport is implementing a "passenger first" strategy to help airlines streamline operations, such as baggage and personal check-in. Acknowledging the rising demands placed on its operations, Aéroport de Québec conducted a technology-based makeover that involved rebuilding the main terminal and helping to ensure mobile collaboration between users, devices, critical applications and airport systems. The collaboration between Cisco and HP helped Aéroport de Québec convert the airport’s vision into a live, functional deployment in less than one year.

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