Fiber Offers the Historic U.S.S. Lexington New Power to Weather Storms and Expand Programs

June 2015 

 

 

 

 

Commissioned in 1943, the U.S.S. Lexington is anchored in Corpus Christi Bay and operated as a museum. Its location in the path of potential hurricanes, heavy rain and flooding—meant the T1 service supporting the museum’s phones and Internet often went down. Plus, bandwidth limitations crippled business operations. Human Resources Manager wanted a better solution. With fiber, Spectrum Enterprise delivered.

Immediate cost savings and new capabilities

Spectrum Enterprise met the challenge of bringing fiber-based Fiber Internet Access all the way to the end of a pier. Today, despite storms and the steel walls separating the ship’s compartments, the bandwidth and reliability of Fiber Internet Access connectivity and fiber PRI are keeping the museum’s programs and communications running smoothly. Plus, even with phones, browsers and business applications at work, there’s still bandwidth for innovation, including WiFi service for visitors and support for the magnificent IMAX® theater.

Can insights from the U.S.S. Lexington Museum’s partnership with Spectrum Enterprise enhance your own success?

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U.S.S. Lexington Museum on the Bay is a Spectrum Enterprise client since 2014.

 

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