Canada’s Largest Convention Center Deploys a Differentiated WLAN Service


Meeting exhibitors’ wireless demands.

Armed with smartphones, tablets, and notebooks, visitors walking through the doors of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC) expect their devices to work seamlessly on the venue’s network. Each day presents unique challenges to MTCC’s Technology Services team as trade shows, meetings, and conferences (and corresponding networking needs) change on a daily basis.

Additionally, with the high number of people entering MTCC each day, the convention center has to support the proliferation of new devices connecting to the network.

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