How Munich's U-Bahn Carries All Critical Services Over a Single Network
sponsored by Extreme Networks

Due to the fact that Munich’s U-Bahn rail system transports more than 350 million people a year across 100 separate metro area stations, public safety has always been a top concern. So when the U-Bahn was looking to converge their networks to remove silos, improve security camera viewing and increase scalability, they knew they needed a converged network solution.

This case study reveals how Extreme Networks helped Munich’s Metro railways system, the U-Bahn, overcome the challenges of dispersed networks, evolving their surveillance strategy to carry all critical services over one single network.

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