This remarkably complex project involved hundreds of sites around the world, most of them in difficult-to-reach locations.
“Some of our intended sites were literally in the middle of nowhere”, admitted one of the company’s engineers. “We were talking about places with no physical infrastructure, no copper, no fiber, no Ethernet… And high security had also to be considered. We could not just look for the common provider with an out-of-the-box solution. We were looking for someone who was extremely competent and creative.”
The Brodynt team suggested using redundant services from satellite connections and a primary circuit based on Radio Links and 3G/4G. Satellites would be used as a backup system due to their higher latency rate. Critical service needed 2 redundant accesses, using different infrastructure and providers.
A fully customized delivery process was agreed between Brodynt and the customer, adapting to the required delivery dates. A dedicated project manager at presales and provisioning level was also assigned to this particular project to ensure constant monitoring and responsiveness. Daily email updates from the provisioning team, and weekly conference calls were agreed to be scheduled during the whole delivery process of the project.
Brodynt Field Engineers were capable of dealing with high complex delivery processes with high H&S standards. Complex deliveries could be achieved without any pain or struggle on the customer’s side. In some sites, due to the particular complex location, a special pole mount was required with external antenna in order to get a most powerful, stable and reliable signal possible.