03/01/2018
A great WiFi for a beautiful resort in Italy
Reason for Installation
Structured cabling system; Wired network; WiFi network; Internet connectivity.
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Location
Via dell'Erica, 303, 81030 Baia Felice CE, Italia
Description

Last July (2017), to MTK s.r.l. has been entrusted with the task of providing wired and wireless Internet access on the ground floor, outside and  in the local offices of a beautiful restaurant called "Mamamare" and in the hotel-beach called "Cumeja" in the city of Baia Domizia (Italy). To carry out this type of installation, we used 30 UniFi AP AP LR access points, 13 PoE switches and other devices. The plant is distributed over 4 floors. Each floor is connected to the other by fiber optic backbones. On each floor are attested two racks that provide wiring for wired and wireless network points. The result was to have a nice looking WiFi system especially made for a resort used for ceremonies like weddings. The customer was extremely satisfied both for the result and for the possibility of managing all the equipment and the entire system from a single cloud interface.

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A great WiFi for a beautiful resort in Italy

by ‎03-01-2018 06:18 AM - edited ‎03-01-2018 08:18 AM

Last July (2017), to MTK s.r.l. has been entrusted with the task of providing wired and wireless Internet access on the ground floor, outside and  in the local offices of a beautiful restaurant called "Mamamare" and in the hotel-beach called "Cumeja" in the city of Baia Domizia (Italy). To carry out this type of installation, we used 30 UniFi AP AP LR access points, 13 PoE switches and other devices. The plant is distributed over 4 floors. Each floor is connected to the other by fiber optic backbones. On each floor are attested two racks that provide wiring for wired and wireless network points. The result was to have a nice looking WiFi system especially made for a resort used for ceremonies like weddings. The customer was extremely satisfied both for the result and for the possibility of managing all the equipment and the entire system from a single cloud interface.

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Comments
by
on ‎03-01-2018 12:58 PM

Fantastic setup, thanks for sharing! Anymore pictures of the Unifi switching gear?

by
on ‎03-04-2018 12:13 PM

amazing , great job , do you have the average of people per access point ? 

by
on ‎04-04-2018 12:28 AM

Which CCTV system is this on the screen? And how comes the signal to the screen?