Exinda Networks Lends a Helping Hand to the Salvation Army's IT Network
Source: Exinda Networks
The Salvation Army in Australia provided more than one million episodes of assistance to individuals and families and spent more than $500 million on its many social and community service programs. The Salvation Army required a solution that could prioritize traffic on the network and provide a scalable level of compression for its increasing network needs. The IT team selected a solution from Exinda Networks. The Salvation Army's Southern Territory has an Exinda 4700 appliance at its Mont Albert offices and eight 1700 appliances located in branch nodes throughout Victoria, Tasmania, Southern Australia, Western Australian and the Northern Territory.