We’ve been working with Scottish Wildlife Trust for some years now, helping develop the IT strategy and trying to enhance the experience of both staff and members. Initially focused on the head office infrastructure, we have increasingly been looking at improving connectivity at some of the more remote sites
Famous for its visiting pair of Ospreys, amongst a wealth of other wildlife, Loch of the Lowes struggled with the stability of their connection to the outside world. Video streaming from their nest webcam was problematic, as was accessing the organisation’s systems, required to run the site.
Existing connectivity was via landline technology, fed by copper cables which were prone to failing due to environmental issues.
The location meant this technology would never be able to deliver the speeds and stability required, so we looked to mobile connectivity and ultimately delivered a managed solution based on Peplink technology. Multiple 4G connections from different networks, along with a single DSL, combine to smooth out any bumps. Bandwidth is closely monitored and managed to send different traffic down the appropriate connection for its needs. In addition we provided WiFi coverage across all the visitor areas of the site.
Dunedin IT director Jamie Clague gets technical with the successful solution for high-speed internet in rural Scotland.
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