A hospital in Thailand uses telemedicine to revolutionize stroke treatment
Siriraj Hospital in Bangkok sought to deliver better, faster treatment to stroke victims.
NTT assembled a solution involving Cisco collaboration and wireless technologies. It enabled doctors to diagnose and treat patients remotely, before they even reached the hospital.
The Siriraj Mobile Stroke Unit has now helped hundreds of patients via telemedicine, saving precious time, and lowering the risk of death and disabilities.
ASHRAE, a global association dedicated to sustainable technology in building systems, wanted their new headquarters to reflect the vision of their organization.
ASHRAE worked with NTT and Cisco to retrofit a 41 year old building as an intelligent and green work environment. We utilized networking, collaboration, and IoT technology to integrate building management systems and optimize employee and visitor experience.
The new headquarters is a smart workplace environment that showcases ASHRAE’s best practices in action.See ASHRAE's headquarters
A professional organization based in Atlanta pioneers the headquarters of the future
A beverage manufacturer in Australasia reimagines its network and transforms its business
Frucor Suntory, a drinks manufacturer with distributed offices and facilities, needed a modern communications network to connect all its employees and operations.
Frucor worked with NTT and Cisco to deploy a software-defined, wireless network that reliably connects all employees and clients—as well as all the devices and tools involved in its operations.
By reimagining their network, Frucor has created more than just a digital backbone; they've built the foundation for company-wide collaboration, innovation, and agility.View Frucor's connected operations
WWK Versicherungen, a German life insurance company, was looking to reduce the complexity and costs of managing its full volume of Cisco software licenses.
NTT worked with WWK to convert its entire Cisco software licensing environment to a subscription model, unifying all licenses under a single contract.
The conversion enabled WWK to not only simplify procurement and reduce administrative effort, but to leverage Cisco’s technologies more flexibly and effectively to pursue its business goals.Learn more in the case study
A financial services company in Germany reorganizes its software license management to cut costs and improve flexibility