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Metro healthcare system cuts costs, frees IT staff to focus on strategic projects.
Black Box Network Services was one of three contractors awarded a $35 million electronic security and safety devices contract in order to install a complete network infrastructure at each Metrorail station, for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, supporting a complex digital video transmission setup customized for rail and metro applications.
UMCSN required a particularly robust WLAN solution. Black Box provided voice- and location-grade wireless coverage that was designed to deliver seamless, uninterrupted wireless across all of UMCSN’s facilities.
The Dayton Dragons commitment to creating an unmatched fan experience led them to upgrade their video, audio, and control systems before the 2014 season.
New High-Performance Kvm System Removes Limitations And Unleashes Future Opportunities
As part of the hospital’s ongoing advancements, Packard Children’s is worked with Black Box to deploy a 5-GHz WLAN network to provide dramatic increases in Wi-Fi capacity as the organization expands its digital and mobile offerings.
When the NOAA wanted a reliable, aesthetic and easy to use video wall and collaboration system for their Operations Center, Conference Room and Administration Area at their new HQ building in Cleveland OH, they turned to Black Box. ControlBridge and the Coalesce system we were able to meet and exceed NOAA expectations.
Showcase students' projects and present real-time information about current events, school events, and life-after-graduation statistics in a dynamic and eye-catching way.
Challenged with a very short timeline, Joy Global chose Black Box as its digital signage solution for its Live Performance Management process because of prior success with Black Box for its Human Resource digital communication.
“The iCOMPEL gives us an easy way to communicate engaging content on strategically placed monitors in the least amount of time. Using the integrated software, an IT Services staff person builds a channel and, from there, other staff members just log in and add content for screens in their specific departments. The process is very straightforward and enables us to have the most up-to-date information on all of our displays. The extra bonus is the low amount of bandwidth used compared to typical video-over-IP technologies.” -Chris Rhoda, VP for Information Services and CIO for Thomas College
College uses Digital Signage for Communications, Wayfinding, and Emergencies