Canadian Airport Reaps the Benefits of Truly Unified Communications

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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
Feb 8, 2021
Feb 1, 2008
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