ArcelorMittal Improves IT Performance and Reliability Across Three European Corporate Hubs

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ArcelorMittal is the world's leading steel and mining company with a presence in 60 countries and an industrial footprint in 19 countries worldwide. It employs over 4,000 staff, 800 of whom are based in its head office in Luxembourg. It employs over 4,000 staff, 800 of whom are based in its head office in Luxembourg.

To keep up with its digitalization and Industry 4.0 efforts, ArcelorMittal identified the need for a reliable, robust and high-performing IT network. To provide this, ArcelorMittal worked with Extreme Networks and NPS Consult to implement a new network solution which provides a unified wired and wireless infrastructure to more than 1,300 users on 2,500 mobile and fixed devices offices in Luxembourg, London and Brussels.



  • Build a robust, highly available network, providing consistent access to strategic applications
  • Provide improved network visibility for greater control and improved security
  • Deliver a scalable platform to support the organization’s digital strategy and future growth
"We are now benefiting from a stable and markedly reinforced IT infrastructure. Network availability and performance are no longer a major business concern. The service is now meeting and exceeding our expectations, our people are no longer regularly raising issues or expressing their dissatisfaction. As a result, we have been able to revise our priorities and reconsider our ambitions. I can fully and confidently think about the next stage of our digitalization journey."
Gilles Hug
Head of Corporate Infrastructure, ArcelorMittal Europe

Extreme Solutions

  • Smart OmniEdge™ Solution
  • Extreme Management Center™
  • Extreme Analytics™
  • Extreme Control™


  • Increased workforce productivity by more than 20%
  • Accelerated roll out of new communication applications
  • Enabled infrastructure for cloud migration towards Microsoft Azure
  • Improved network availability and performance
  • Centralized network management to a single location
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