Complete Switch Upgrade for One of the Country’s Largest Health Care Providers
Headquartered in Delaware, the facility is one of the country’s largest healthcare providers. As a major teaching hospital with two campuses and more than 250 Medical- Dental residents and fellows, it is recognized as a regional center for excellence in cardiology, cancer and women’s health services.
The facility brought Comm Solutions in to conduct a system wide network upgrade at their hospital which consisted of the removal of all outdated network hardware, cross connects, and UPS systems. It needed to upgrade to a more secure, segregated solution in the quickest and least impacting manner to their more than 11,100 employees and 1,100 patients.
Top Philadelphia University Gets Future-Proof Solution for Bandwidth and Security Needs
The University’s residential life consists of 5,500 students located in 12 campus buildings in which the University provides wired and wireless network connectivity, as well as phone services. The growing demand for reliable, high-performance internet services and an increase of devices connecting to Wi-Fi created a need for the University to ensure the network’s response time and security is reliable. Statistics from 2015 state that each student has an average of 2.6 devices generating approximately 4 GB of traffic and in the near future, Comcast IPTV will be added which is estimated to add an additional 4GB of traffic. The cyber-threat landscape has been changing rapidly and the University needed to reevaluate their network security tools.
West Chester University Delivers Applications to Students from Private Cloud
With a graduate center several miles away, a Center City Philadelphia location and a main campus divided into North, South and East sectors by a number of suburban streets, West Chester University was challenged with what they refer to as “making applications available on any device and a big push for distance and hybrid education. We have new locations coming up and we needed to figure out how to make the applications available to all of our faculty and students.”
Private Academy Implements Palo Alto Networks Firewall for Data Center Upgrade
Comm Solutions Company was engaged to support an infrastructure upgrade that included an equipment relocation and consolidation to a new data center in another campus building, build-up of a redundant core switch and deployment of a new next-generation firewall.
Large Public School District Implements Aruba ClearPass
The school district needed to install and configure a NAC solution to replace its existing solution. They needed a solution that allowed its users to connect securely with 802.1X on both wireless and wired connections.
Law Firm selects SAN for environment
A regional Law Firm was analyzing whether to upgrade their existing SAN controllers and adding additional disk shelves to provide adequate space and performance for pending projects or to implement a new solution and migrate away from the SAN.
Pharmaceutical Company selects firewall solution
The Pharmaceutical Company was looking for a more robust firewall solution that also worked to control and mitigate malware within their network, as well as providing intrusion prevention to help better secure their network.
Local Health Network Solves Data Network Issues with ShoreTel
A local Health Network needed a turnkey solution for both their data and voice network. They needed a solution that was fast to acquire, fast to deploy, and only required a minimum amount of support post implementation.
Woodstream Corporation Enhances Business Productivity with Ecessa WAN Virtualization Solutions
The manufacturing and distribution company had inconsistent Internet connections and looked to Comm Solutions Company and Ecessa for a solution to provide 100% network up-time, which is no longer an issue, since the Ecessa solution has been installed.
University BYOD Issues Solved with ClearPass Policy Manager
The University needed a solution to allow each student to manage their own devices as well as the ability for the IT department to manage student owned devices. A solution to allow campus guests to gain access to the network while providing the security needed for the University was also a priority.