Network Virtualization Transforms Busy Airport

Provided by: Cisco
Topic: Virtualization
Format: PDF
Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), the airport oversight and operations department for the city of Los Angeles, owns and operates three airports. Their challenges are to improve network services for LAWA employees and airport tenants, improve airport security through expanded video surveillance and improve network security for different user groups. They chose Cisco to overcome these challenges. They have implemented network virtualization with MPLS to support shared services, expanded video surveillance on multicast network and leveraged existing borderless network to reduce up-front and ongoing expenses. The results of implementing Cisco were transformed LAX and other airports by broadening shared network services capabilities, made Los Angeles World Airports safer and more secure and delivered value by leveraging existing network investment and streamlining IT processes.

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