LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla.
Smart City CEO Martin A. Rubin today announced the completion of Wi-Fi installation at the Orange County Convention Center.
The complex project, the largest on the East Coast, took approximately six months to complete and covers two buildings, or five million sq. ft., with one seamless network. The system includes more than 300 access points and can support thousands of simultaneous users and up to 16 separate VLANs or virtual local area networks.
“With technology constantly evolving, it’s important to find a provider who can meet the specific needs of your organization,” Rubin said. “We’re pleased to have been chosen by the Orange County Convention Center to provide service and meet its unique needs.”
Smart City’s Wi-Fi installation at the Convention Center supports both 802.11b and 802.11g and can be configured for limited 802.11a support, covering all popular Wi-Fi standards. The system offers the highest level of wireless security, supporting standards-based and Cisco-proprietary security mechanisms. It supports both “hot-spot” per-hour and per-day service.
“Our partnership with Smart City has proven to be very rewarding,” said Mike Walker, OCCC Information Services Manager. “Our new single-site wireless Wi-Fi network is the largest in the country and is so impressive that the Hong Kong Convention Center has now partnered with Smart City to install a similar network inside its facility.”