Monday, 1 August 2005
Sunningdale Golf Club Swings Into Action Thanks To Datanet And Unigold
...Famous Golf Club Turns To Datanet For Its New Communication Infrastructure...
Datanet, the UK’s leading Business ISP today announced that with assistance from Unigold 2000, it is providing Sunningdale Golf Club with a secure VPN solution to connect all of its out buildings and provide high-speed remote and more secure Internet access for its staff and members.
Sunningdale Golf Club in Surrey is one of the most famous and exclusive golf clubs in the world having hosted both the European Open and the Women’s British Open in recent years. Sunningdale boast two championship courses built around an imposing Edwardian clubhouse.
Keen to move forward and progress its technological backbone, the Golf Club felt the need to update the infrastructure in its clubhouse to provide a faster and more secure Internet connection for staff and members alike. Outside of the central clubhouse the club was also keen to extend its Internet network to connect all its out buildings and provide high-speed remote access for staff.
Sunningdale Golf Club decided to turn to Datanet partner Unigold 2000 for product and support due to the company’s extensive experience in upgrading the networks of numerous other local golf courses.
“Over the years Unigold has found Datanet to be the most reliable and professional ISP on the market,” explained Unigold 2000’s Managing Director Matt Gaskin. “We installed a 2 Mbps broadband connection throughout the clubhouse, built on Datanet’s offerings and coupled it with the added security of a VPN and firewall,” said Gaskin.
“It is great that such an ambitious project has been underpinned by Datanet’s offerings,” said Datanet MD Conleth McCallan. “The club values its members and wants to provide the best service possible to them. Through using our secure VPN solution, Unigold 2000 has installed a fast, secure communications infrastructure for them.”
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Posted by Ian Peel at 3:39 pm