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RICS overhauls global network comms with Daisy Group

Antony Savvas | July 25, 2014
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has brought in Daisy Group to overhaul and improve the performance of its global network communications.

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has brought in Daisy Group to overhaul and improve the performance of its global network communications.

RICS was established over 140 years ago, and is the world's leading institution when it comes to professional standards in land, property and construction.

With over 100,000 members across the world, RICS has nine offices in the UK and many international sites, all delivering a range of globally applicable and regionally specific standards and guidance.

Daisy's appointment will enable RICS to improve and streamline both its UK and overseas operations and to integrate newer technologies into the entire network. Daisy's installation of Ethernet First Mile (EFM) and Ethernet circuits will both increase bandwidth availability and generate significant cost savings for RICS.

Mark Smith, network manager at RICS, said: "Daisy clarified the internal RICS network designs and drew up a solution that meets all our requirements.

"Daisy has the right people in the right places, as demonstrated on multiple occasions by bouncing solution design ideas back and forth until we found the optimum one."

 

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