a steel manufacturing and mining company is undergoing a number of
digitalisation and Industry 4.0 efforts to continue its growth and support the
wide range of industries – ranging from manufacturing to construction – that
rely on its products.
this in mind, ArcelorMittal identified the need for a robust, reliable and
high-performing IT network to make this possible. Extreme Networks and NPS
Consult worked with ArcelorMittal to implement an all-new network solution
incorporating wired and wireless access for over 1,300 users on 2,500 devices
across London, Brussels and Luxembourg.
three European hubs are central to ArcelorMittal’s European global operations
and are all now said to be routed through a single, highly-reliable system
providing improved network visibility, security and access to strategic
applications. The introduction of the high-speed network is ideally suited to
support the company’s digitalisation efforts.
the industry, a strong and reliable IT network is an absolute necessity for any
company that wants to succeed in this digital era. Working with NPS Consult
we’ve been able to provide robust switching solutions, centralised
management and security applications that will allow ArcelorMittal’s
digitalisation efforts to flourish.” says John Morrison, vice president EMEA sales
and services, Extreme Networks.
system is based on Extreme Networks’ Smart OmniEdge Solution which uses the
power of AI to deliver a consistent, high-quality user experience. The inclusion
of Extreme Management Centre and new data centre equipment in Luxembourg
provides a centralised platform for sites around the world to be managed by a
single team, improving overall operational efficiency.
are now benefiting from a stable and markedly reinforced IT infrastructure.
Network availability and performance are no longer a major business concern.
The service is now meeting and exceeding our expectations, our people are no
longer regularly raising issues or expressing their dissatisfaction. As a
result, we have been able to revise our priorities and reconsider our
ambitions. I can fully and confidently think about the next stage of our
digitalisation journey,” comments Gilles Hug, head of corporate infrastructure,