EasyJet, the low-cost airline, has completed installation of a new local area network and IP telephony system at its new corporate headquarters in Luton Airport.
The network was installed by the IT services division of Alfred McAlpine, which also migrated easyJet’s telephony and data services to the new building and has begun work on a five-year IP voice and data managed service across the airline’s entire Luton campus, including a wireless LAN that will be rolled out across all EasyJet’s HQ buildings.
Bill Codd, service delivery manager for EasyJet’s IT operation, said the project had gone smoothly, including the successful migration of “400 users over a four-day period to the new facility without any outage to the service.”
Codd said EasyJet had built up a a strong relationship with Alfred McAlpine over the past three years with a smaller network support contract that had gone well.
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