About the Client Name Madera Community Hospital Location Madera, CA Industry Healthcare Number of Employees 1000+ Main Outcomes Better wireless coverage Advanced features Solution MR52 access points The Problem Madera Community Hospital (MCH) is the primary hospital serving the community within Madera County.
We install wireless network solutions on a regular basis, and are often asked if a site survey is necessary or not. The answer is yes—you do need a site survey, in order to get the best results from your wireless implementation. Without one, there is no way to guarantee a solution will meet your expectations […]
We are often if Telcion provides any Microsoft implementation services. And the answer is always a resounding YES. But we can understand why people ask us this question. After all, we’re constantly pounding the Cisco drum. One of our unique attributes is that we’re heavily focused on Cisco solutions.
About the ClientName Stanislaus County Location Modesto, CA Industry Government Number of Employees 5000+ Main OutcomesTemporary cabling infrastructure Network infrastructure Call center server Call center script Reconfigured phones 5-day timeline Solution4 used Cisco POE switches 100 used phones Contact center licensing Structured cabling (cabinets, cable, terminations) The Problem Stanislaus County had an urgent need for […]
“I give Telcion an A+ in the delivery and implementation of this project. It was well done, and the City received the value that was promised.” -Kevin Harless, IT Director, City of Modesto About the ClientName City of Modesto Location Modesto, CA Industry Government Number of Employees 1000+ Main OutcomesIncreased bandwidth More security Better network […]
We are often asked why Telcion is so focused on Cisco as our primary market partner. This is a great question, and there are many reasons that have led us to this conclusion. Main Reasons Cross-Platform Integration of Products All of Cisco’s products are designed to integrate with each other.
We’ve had a number of interesting WAN designs the past few months where our clients are considering 4G as a failover method for remote site redundancy. This is considered a viable alternative when there is concern about the remote site being completely cut off from the outside world through hard line connections.