Rade build wireless bridge for WLT

Rade have supplied and implemented a wireless bridge system which provides leading conservation charity, The World Land Trust, a link to their new administration offices.

The Cisco Aironet 1310 based system provides for both traditional network access and telecoms via a new voice over IP (VOIP) telephone system. Rade not only provided the system, but carried out a wireless survey and liased with other contractors to ensure the system came up to the World Land Trust's requirements and was delivered on time.

Office manager, Viv Burton said: "I wanted to say thank you for the brilliant work you did on our network to new office. The computers and phones are working stunningly well and it is extremely impressive what you were able to achieve!"

The World Land Trust (WLT) is an international conservation organisation that takes direct action to save rainforest and other biologically important lands — they buy it, acre by acre. The wilderness areas they buy are protected indefinitely as private reserves owned and managed by local organisations for the benefit of both wildlife and people.


For further information on Rade's networking services please contact Colm Parker or Jake Barton on 01502 478000 or email info@rade.net