This article first appeared in the Airport Industry-News Magazine Issue 1 2023.
Luxembourg’s only international airport, Luxembourg Airport (lux-Airport) recently modernised its technology infrastructure and simplified its operations with a host of Cisco technologies.
Vincent Booz knew he had a big job in front of him as the new IT director for Luxembourg Airport (luxAirport). But he didn’t know how big until he began assessing the airport’s legacy technology systems.
“It was a bit of a shock. I thought they would be more advanced.”
Thus began a sweeping effort to modernise luxAirport’s technology infrastructure, with consolidation, cloud enablement, security and operational simplification as the top priorities.
Luxembourg Airport’s aging systems have since been replaced with a host of Cisco technologies, including Cisco UCS X-Series Modular Systems for collaboration, Cisco HyperFlex Systems for virtual workloads and Luxembourg’s only international airport, Luxembourg Airport (lux-Airport) recently modernised its technology infrastructure and simplified its operations with a host of Cisco technologies. Cisco UCS C-Series Rack Servers for hyperscale storage. According to Booz, the technologies provide cloud connectivity as well as high levels of reliability and security.
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