Case Study: Fraport’s network infrastructure management
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Posted: 5 January 2021 | FNT GmbH | No comments yet
Learn how Fraport achieved better documentation and management of their complex and evolving telecommunications and IT infrastructure – at lower cost.
Major international airports place particularly high demands on their network infrastructure and the solutions they use to manage them.
Fraport, the operator of Germany’s Frankfurt Airport, relies on one central solution to manage its telecommunications and IT infrastructure. From documenting cables to acting as the “central memory” of the airport’s entire ICT network, unified asset and resource management is the foundation that keeps the airport operational.
Read in this case study how Fraport leverages this solution to:
- Continuously improve the efficiency of their infrastructure management processes
- Ensure a reliable basis for decision making and planning
- Keep issue resolution times to a minimum
- Realise major cost savings.
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