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High-performance and Wireless Connection for the World Equestrian Games 2014
UCOPIA Communications is pleased to announce its collaboration with Ruckus Wireless and Orange Event Solutions to provide a high-performance Wi-Fi connection for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games taking place in Normandy from August 23rd to September 7th 2014. This two week-long event, which is held every four years, is the biggest equestrian event in the world. With over 1000 competitors from 76 countries, 300 exhibitors, 1200 journalists, 3000 volunteers and half a million live spectators, this event presents demanding wireless resources to keep the organisation on track and the fans connected.
To provide a secure, reliable and scalable wireless network connection, Orange Event Solutions chose the UCOPIA Advanced solution to manage up to 7000 concurrent users paired with wireless access points provided by Ruckus Wireless. This partnership will assure a solid and scalable wireless connection for all the WEG organisations, the media, the competing teams, the exhibitors as well as some zones reserved for spectators. Wireless coverage will be provided on the main arenas of the event including the stadiums at Caen, Haras du Pin, Sartilly and the Ornano. For more information, please refer to the Orange Event Solutions website: http://www.orange-eventsolutions.fr/
About UCOPIA Communications
UCOPIA Communications develops access management solutions allowing mobile users, employees, visitors and guests to connect securely and seamlessly on public or private Wi-Fi networks. UCOPIA enables venue owners to leverage their Wi-Fi investment to create new revenue opportunities through database analytics and strengthen employee productivity through BYOD. UCOPIA solutions are a perfect match for numerous, fast growing verticals including enterprise, public venues, retail, and government organisations. UCOPIA solutions are deployed exclusively by a worldwide channel of expert resellers in charge of implementing Wi-Fi networks along with UCOPIA solutions.
More information at: http://www.ucopia.com/.