Canadian Airport Reaps the Benefits of Truly Unified Communications

Canadian Airport Reaps the Benefits of Truly Unified Communications

Technology leaders at Halifax International Airport Authority (HIAA), one of Canada's largest airports, were facing a unique challenge. The airport terminal had just been expanded, part of a $90 million project to accommodate growth and increase common space by 40 percent. The massive project required a reexamination of the entire business, including structural, operational and technological components.

In this case study, learn how HIAA developed and integrated a unified communications solution that included wireless and IP telephony and created flexibility and efficiency for how their terminal space is utilized. Topics: Business Intelligence solutions wireless technologies and mobile computing Telephony VOIP Unified Communications Voice data convergence
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
06 Jun 2008
01 Feb 2008
2 Page(s)
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