Admiral needed a flexible system to deliver live TV to employees located in a number of different offices. They wanted a system that was simple enough to be installed and managed by their own internal IT people and which would display live TV on a mixture of public area screens, desktop computers and their digital signage system provided by RMG Networks.
Betfair, headquartered in London, is the world’s biggest online sports betting organisation. The company needed a solution which would enable senior management to engage via video with the company’s 2,250 employees, who are spread across a large number of sites around the world.
The Bank of England was founded in 1694 and is responsible for monetary policy and the issuing of banknotes in the UK. The Bank needed to replace a legacy coax-based TV system which had grown organically over a period of 20 years to an unmanageable size.
Langley Park School is a boys’ secondary school in south London awarded a Building Schools for the Future (BSF) grant. The school planned a total rebuild and needed a flexible media delivery system to work alongside digital signage which would feature in the new modern facilities.
Rotherham Hospital NHS Foundation Trust provides continuous professional development for clinicians at their Medical Education Centre. The Trust needed to replace an old DVD-based video recording system in its Clinical Simulation Centre with a flexible, user-friendly digital system.
Tower Trading is a Tower 42 based trading company in the heart of the City of London. The company wanted to replace an old system based on CAT5 cables and Sky boxes, and adopt an ultra-reliable IP based system which would deliver live TV to large screens around the trading floors, as well as to individual office PCs.