Liveport, a provider of internet services and Internet of Things-based technology, has installed a high-speed internet network at the 114-room Lancemore Crossley St. Hotel in Melbourne, Australia.
The implementation was part of a $10 million project to redevelop the original Graeme Gunn building, where Lancemore Crossley St. is located. Despite several obstacles and cabling issues that often arise with older buildings, Liveport was able to implement a cost-effective network that provides high speeds and reliable connectivity for all onsite areas. The team installed advanced Ruckus access points within strategic locations to maintain a strong and consistent Wi-Fi signal for all guest devices.
“Everyone now more than ever relies on technology during their daily lives so when developing our hotel, we knew that we wanted to provide the best possible Wi-Fi service that meets with virtually any guest expectation,” said James Sharrock, general manager at Lancemore Crossley St. Hotel. “This has become especially true with the growth of content streaming and web-based meetings; however, thanks to Liveport, we are fully confident in our hotel’s ability to accommodate even the most bandwidth-intensive online behaviors. Liveport has been able to ensure outstanding connection quality in every corner of our hotel and with its responsive 24/7 support services, we look forward to maintaining consistently high rates of satisfaction should any performance-related issue suddenly arise.”
Liveport constantly monitors the hotel’s Wi-Fi network for any lapses in performance. This lets the company identify and implement a solution before guest experiences are negatively affected. With 24/7 Liveport support also available to guests, Lancemore Crossley St. can further sidestep a range of guest connectivity troubleshooting issues without having to involve onsite staff.