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Wednesday, 26 February

Members’ Club Sees Improved Occupancy and Profitability

Meru Networks, a specialist in Wi-Fi networking, has been involved with Dryland Business Members’ Club, a stylish new office space in Kensington, central London and has been able to provide increased occupancy and profitability with a wireless option.

“At other offices and business member clubs, customers often bring their own wireless access points and routers, which just causes interference and sluggish performance,” stated Emma Hunt, co-founder of Dryland. “To support our goal to be a five-star, stylish working environment, we wanted a five-star Wi-Fi offering that was at the heart of our workspace and differentiated us from others.

The deployment has resulted in improved meeting room occupancy and profitability, better use of an on-site café, due to the strong wireless and quicker turnaround for new tenants setting up offices there.

Meru’s technology is supporting up to 300 users, providing secure, reliable and fast access anywhere within the club’s interior. The network was designed and installed by Building Zones, a Meru Networks Gold partner.

Article written by Cathryn Ellis

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