First camera of Warrnambool’s CCTV system gets installed

A few months ago DyCom Security Solutions was selected to deliver the Warrnambool City Council, Public CCTV system.  The system supports 12 high definition cameras dotted in key locations of the Warrnambool Town centre. Image recording, storage and viewing is at the Warrnambool Police Station.  The CCTV system runs on a wireless network designed by […]

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Inner South Community Health selects Ruckus for Wi-Fi

Inner South Community Health has recently selected a Ruckus Wireless Zoneflex system to provide its Wi-Fi services. The system will be deployed at ISCHS 5 sites in Southport, St Kilda and Prahran. It supports the new 802.11AC standard for fast wireless connectivity. Users and guests will be able to take advantage of wireless connectivity to […]

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Carlton Football Club deploys Ruckus Wi-Fi to Visy Park

After a long evaluation period considering several vendor options, Carlton Football Club selected DyCom Wireless to implement a Ruckus Wireless Zoneflex system for their corporate offices and training grounds at Visy Park. The new system allows high speed wireless network connectivity for Carlton Football Club staff in the office environment and a fast Internet connection […]

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North Yarra Community Health upgrades its radio backbone

North Yarra Community Health implements two NEC iPasolink Gigabit Radio systems to speed up its inter-site radio backbone. North Yarra Community Health have been operating a radio network for more than ten years and some of its links were showing signs of strain under traffic demands. New applications have been deployed and more users join […]

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Northern Health updates its backbone

Northern Health deploys Aviat Eclipse systems to increase its inter-site capacity. Northern Health has operated a wireless backbone between its key hospital systems for many years. The second generation systems delivered only 100 Mbps between its sites in the North of Melbourne.  While very reliable the systems did not have the capacity to cope with […]

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fun4kids Festival

DyCom Wireless sponsors the fun4kids Festival in Warrnambool. In 2014 DyCom Wireless was one of the sponsors for the fun4kids festival.  DyCom designed the Wi-Fi network and provided on loan the Ruckus Zoneflex hardware that delivered the Wi-Fi Services for management and event staff during the festival days. The system was implemented using 8 Ruckus […]

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Ruckus Wireless moves services to the Cloud

Ruckus delivers Smart Access, Remote Controller and Location Based Services from the Cloud Ruckus Wireless has released three cloud based services solutions for its customers. The three services are: Smart Access Management a cloud hosted service that manages the user on-boarding for the public Wi-Fi service. It distinguishes between first time and repeat users and […]

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Marshall White interconnects with Gigabit

Marshall White implements a NEC iPasolink Gigabit Radio between its two sites in Armadale. Expanding its office across the road presented a problem for Marshal White IT Manager. Due to growth in the business some staff had to move to new premises across the road. High quality voice over IP communications and fast database applications […]

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Federation Centres deploys WiFi

Federation Centres deploys the latest generation Wi-Fi to their new Corporate Office. Federation Centre  Corporate Office relocation was the perfect opportunity to update outdated wireless systems. After considering different  options they selected the Ruckus Wireless Zoneflex system for their new 35 Collins St offices. The new system will allow high speed wireless network connectivity for Federation Centre […]

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St Mary’s Newman Academic Centre improves their Wi-Fi with Ruckus

St Mary’s Newman Academic Centre improves their Wi-Fi with Ruckus The St Mary’s Newman Academic Centre (A residential college of the University of Melbourne) has started a project to update their Wi-Fi network. They had a limited coverage network that provided wireless connectivity in the Library and Study Centre. This network was getting old and needed a […]

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