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Over the summer, we ran our first major client satisfaction survey – which revealed that 96% of respondents were extremely happy with our service.

We also completed the network infrastructure installation at BP’s new office space in Falkirk and began work on the extension of the Tollcross Aquatics Centre, in preparation for Glasgow 2014, as well as successfully deploying a sophisticated RFID asset tracking solution for FMC Technologies.

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) ready wireless network rolled out across Dumfries and Galloway
Boston Networks recently designed, commissioned and installed a state of the art WLAN solution throughout Dumfries and Galloway.

The high speed solution was designed to deliver a single, cohesive network to offer Wi-Fi coverage to each of the 121 Primary and Secondary Schools in the Dumfries & Galloway Council region.

The network is now fully operational, is used by both teachers and students alike and is the primary vehicle to support teaching staff when delivering digital content, real time in the classroom.  The teaching faculty use the network widely to share knowledge, pool resources and collaborate, where as students can now benefit from a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) approach to learning. Read the full case study here.

St Aloysius College
The College believe that the new WLAN network and BYOD learning environment is a lucrative asset and will add value to its curriculum, whilst increasing the school’s competiveness when attracting new students.   Read the full case study

First UK University to deploy a 60 GHz wireless system
The University of Edinburgh  recently identified the need for a back up network solution to transfer student records and course information to a datacentre located at the University’s Infirmary Street Campus.

Boston Networks deployed a high capacity, wireless system which was deployed in less than two weeks and delivered a ROI in less than 18 months.  Read more.

Tweet’s of the month
Scottish businesses to be given an insight into the security challenges they face and discover solutions designed for the future. Read more.

IPCCTV solution will provide number plate recognition throughout 10 business parks across Clacksfirst BID.
Read more.

Boston Networks grow Intelligent Building division by 400% in 12 months. Read more.  

Rapid growth is rewarded with Axis Communications Gold Partner status. Read more.

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