At Passenger Terminal Expo, June 15-17 in Paris, Black Box will showcase its global IT and managed services for airports, which can help streamline operations, improve productivity, generate revenue, and reduce costs. Airports around the globe partner with Black Box to design, install, and maintain truly resilient network infrastructures and reliably connected buildings — without the need for multiple providers.
Black Box Highlights at Passenger Terminal Expo
“Stricter regulations, staff shortages, and increased passenger connectivity expectations are forcing airports to optimize their business processes, making it essential for their IT strategy to align with their business goals,” said Johnathan Lewis, director of airport operations at Black Box. “Providing managed services to handle monitoring and operation of IT security and the network infrastructure, Black Box addresses these needs and more. Visitors to Passenger Terminal Expo will see how these services guide and accelerate the digital transformation, provide predictable experiences, and free up internal personnel to tackle strategic tasks.”
Technology solutions and services from Black Box can dramatically improve airport communications and connectivity. The company’s deep experience and understanding of airport business functions optimize IT infrastructure and operations, helping airport IT administrators to manage mission-critical systems while implementing the latest technologies.
On stand Z2.4230, Black Box will showcase its transformative managed service solutions for airports, including managed services for voice and data networks; on-site structured cabling system management; NOC, SOC-as-a-service, and security management; on-site or remote tier 1-3 service desk support; private LTE/5G/DAS provisioning; IoT smart airport control and management; and programming, engineering, and system design services.
Black Box solutions are built on well-defined service management plans, expandable templates, and standardized, repeatable processes for maximum efficiency. Black Box can also provide competitive financing for airport technology projects, allowing airports to save valuable CAPEX and convert budgets into monthly OPEX.
Panel Discussion at Passenger Terminal Expo: “What Is the OnGo Alliance?”
June 16, 2:35-3:30 p.m. within the Technovation track
Panel discussion on the purpose and mission of the OnGo Alliance, a group of wireless equipment manufacturers and integrators, focusing on airport benefits, its role in digital transformation, and deployment considerations. The panel will discuss use cases that Black Box has facilitated at international airports in the United States. The discussion will be moderated by Maurice Jenkins, director of information systems and telecommunications at the Miami-Dade County Aviation Department.
Black Box® is a trusted IT solutions provider delivering cutting-edge technology solutions and world-class consulting services to businesses across the globe. The breadth of our global reach, continuous innovation, and depth of our expertise accelerate customer success by bringing people, ideas, and technology together to solve real-world business problems. Our IT infrastructure solutions, services, and products enable secure, flawless connectivity and meaningful collaboration for businesses in every major market across six continents.
To learn more, visit the Black Box website at www.blackbox.com.