Wireless Network Breathes New Life into London Theater Landmark
As an entertainment venue, London’s Troxy theater has enjoyed a long and illustrious history. The Art Deco building originally opened as a cinema nearly 85 years ago, survived aerial bombings during the World War II, and went on to stints as both an opera house and a bingo hall before reopening in its latest iteration as a multi-purpose event space. Meeting the dual demands of the concert and conference crowd meant bringing the venerable venue into the twenty-first century. That required a complete overhaul of Troxy’s outdated and overloaded network infrastructure. Zyxel won the role, replacing the aging hardware with an array products designed provide secure, stable, and effortless connectivity.