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Aroports de Montral signs deal with Bell Canada, Cisco

Aroports de Montral (ADM) has signed a long-term communications pact with Bell Canada and Cisco Systems Canada Co...


September 22, 2005  


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Aroports de Montral (ADM) has signed a long-term communications pact with Bell Canada and Cisco Systems Canada Co., which the three say will result in travelers, airline companies and ADM employees all benefiting from integrated WiFi, IP telephony, digital signage and related services.

“(We) are committed to delivering exceptional customer service,” said James Cherry, president and CEO of ADM. “To do this, we continue to invest in our infrastructure and operational systems and develop new and innovative services.”

Services covered by the agreement include WiFi coverage permitting wireless Internet access to the public and ADM and commercial users throughout Montreal-Trudeau airport; IP telephony serving ADM and commercial users of Montreal-Trudeau, and installation of a sophisticated digital signage system for public areas of the airport.

ADM is the local airport authority responsible for the management, operation and development of Montral-Trudeau and Montral-Mirabel International Airports under the terms of a lease entered into with Transport Canada in 1992.