The Langham Melbourne has implemented a Meru Networks 802.11n wireless local area network (WLAN) to offer all guests a seamless connection to the Internet.
Popular for its sophisticated and timeless elegance, The Langham Hotel Melbourne offers five-star luxury accommodation and superb business facilities and conference rooms.
Neeraj Subramanian, information technology manager at The Langham Melbourne says that Meru Networks was selected over other major vendors based on its signal strength and scalability.
“The Meru Networks solution fit our requirements best, as it was able to provide a strong and stable signal strength, despite the potential hurdles our concrete buildings impose. With the Meru Networks WLAN, guests are able to surf the Internet without any interference, regardless of where they are in the hotel.”
“This is especially important for guests who expect seamless connection whether they are relaxing at the bar, or busy working on events in the conference rooms. We needed a WLAN provider that could not only reach every corner of the hotel, but also allow for unexpected surges in guests’ online activity.”
Neeraj said, “Thanks to Meru’s unique single-channel approach and ability to support high densities of wireless users with no channel interference, we have experienced a significant reduction of guest complaints. Guests are able to rely on The Langham Hotel’s ability to provide visitors with an uninterrupted and accountable wireless connection.”
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About Meru Networks
Meru Networks develops and markets wireless infrastructure solutions that enable the All-Wireless Enterprise.
Its industry-leading innovations deliver pervasive, wireless service fidelity for business-critical applications to major Fortune 500 enterprises, universities, healthcare organisations and local, state and federal government agencies.
Meru’s award-winning Air Traffic Control technology brings the benefits of the cellular world to the wireless LAN environment, and its WLAN System is the only solution on the market that delivers predictable bandwidth and over-the-air quality of service with the reliability, scalability and security necessary to deliver converged voice and data services over a single WLAN infrastructure.
Founded in 2002, Meru is based in Sunnyvale, Calif. For more information, visit www.merunetworks.com.
About The Langham Hotel Melbourne
Situated in the exclusive riverside Southbank precinct and offering stunning views of the Melbourne city skyline, the Yarra River and Federation Square, The Langham, Melbourne offers an opulent inner-city experience.
The 25-floor hotel is a member of the prestigious Leading Hotels of the World and has 387 luxuriously appointed rooms including 45 executive club rooms complete with personalised butler service. The Langham, Melbourne was voted the top hotel in Melbourne in the region of Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific in Travel & Leisure USA World’s 500 Best Hotels List 2010, named the top city hotel in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific in the Travel + Leisure USA World’s Best 2009, is included on the Condé Nast Traveler US 2008 and Conde Nast Traveller UK 2008 Gold Lists as one of the World’s Best Hotels and is listed in the top three hotels on mainland Australia on the Condé Nast Traveler US Gold List for 2009.
The hotel’s chic Aria Bar & Lounge and interactive Melba restaurant offer guests exciting and sophisticated dining and drinking options. Extensive conference and meeting facilities are offered by the hotel and the five-star property is home to the highly acclaimed, luxury Chuan Spa. A member of the Leading Spas of the World, Chuan Spa offers treatments founded on Traditional Chinese Medicine and adjoins the sun terrace, pool and hotel’s Health Club.
Reservations for Langham hotels can be made by logging onto langhamhotels.com.