Brian Van Meter, Marketing Manager

Brian Van Meter, Marketing Manager
Hiker, snowboarder and biker. Avid Dungeons & Dragons player by night, IP tech and communications marketer by day.

Recent Posts

The Sunburn Festival Outdoor Wi-Fi Solution

Posted by Brian Van Meter, Marketing Manager on Nov 10, 2023 5:08:32 PM

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The Sunburn Festival is a commercial electronic dance music festival that takes place in India every year. The event expanded to rank third among all dance festivals worldwide. The Sunburn Festival is a three to five-day festival and features multiple stages with a variety of performers simultaneously. The festival made a comeback to Vagator, Goa, in 2019. Sunburn was “as big as Tomorrowland and Ultra” according to a 2014 International Music Summit report. It was even listed as one of the Top 10 Festivals in the world by CNN in 2009. On December 28-30th, 2022, the festival the festival completed its 16th stage.

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Topics: Networking, GWN7664LR, GWN.Cloud

Manipal Global Education Services Wi-Fi Solution

Posted by Brian Van Meter, Marketing Manager on Jan 27, 2023 2:19:24 PM

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Manipal Global Education Services is a leading international provider of quality business and marketing solutions in higher education. Manipal’s services aim at helping educators and institutions keep pace with the learners’ evolving demands and set up business best practices focused on the future needs of higher education.

Manipal Global, which is a part of the Manipal Education and Medical Group (MEMG), currently has a presence worldwide, holding, operating, and championing campuses across India, Dubai, Malaysia, Nepal, and Antigua in the Caribbean. The headquarters of Manipal Global Education Services is in Bangalore, which is where the Wi-Fi solutions were deployed.

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Topics: Networking

Notre Dame University Hospital Communication Network

Posted by Brian Van Meter, Marketing Manager on Feb 10, 2022 1:28:53 PM

In the medical industry, a delay of just a few seconds can make a life or death difference. Hospitals and emergency response teams throughout the world require quick and efficient communication with callers, patients, doctors, nurses, ambulances, police, and all other ends of the emergency response channel. They require flexibility and speed in call routing, tools to manage and record calls, and the ability to handle hundreds of calls. It is critical that a hospital’s communication platform is easy-to-use, fast, and fail-proof. The network has to operate at the highest–level possible all the time. Notre Dame University Hospital in Lebanon needed to deploy a new, modern communication solution to improve communication throughout the hospital and the performance of their emergency response team.

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Topics: Unified Communications