The brand new hotel and conference centre Dolce La Hulpe Brussels offers high-speed wireless surfing, based entirely on Cisco's IP technology.
"High-quality guest services are a priority. Naturally, we are convinced that IT and technology help us to do so. With a view to this the local network, the telecommunications and the wireless connections were built around one unique network infrastructure. Gérald Lampaert, VP IT Dolce International
UZ Ghent sends cardiological alarm information via a Cisco wireless network to nursingstaff for rapid evaluation and reaction.
"It is important that our University Hospital handles information and its accessibility in a way that takes future evolutions into account. Good patient care needs the support of innovative information and communications technology." Bart Sijnave, Department head ICT, University Hospital Ghent
Cisco network infrastructure lays foundations for ‘Arts Centre of the Future’.
"Belgacom Telindus assisted us in building an infrastructure using Cisco technology. The result was a network that allowed 80 fixed and 20 wireless IP telephones to be used with their accompanying IP telephone exchange or CallManager from Cisco." Wouter Vermeylen, building and infrastructure management, Vooruit
De Post/La Poste
Employees of De Post/ La Poste call cheaper and visitors surf for free thanks to Cisco's new telephony system.
"De Post now pays less for its communication because internal calls are free, even when our employees call between different locations. But the biggest cost cuts arise from the centralisation of calls from fixed to mobile numbers." Georges Kiss, Network & Telecom Manager, De Post
Innovation at Cisco (YouTube)
Guido Jouret, Chief Technology Officer of Cisco's Emerging Technologies - Belgian by birth – shares on this video the way Cisco deals with innovation : how new ideas are looked for, how teams are set up, how the business decision are taken.