UNESCO World Heritage Site in Rotterdam installs high density Wi-Fi network to serve the 80 entrepreneurs and businesses now housed in the old industrial building.
The Van Nelle Fabriek complex in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, has installed a Xirrus Wi-Fi network throughout its office spaces and public areas.
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Van Nelle Fabriek site originally served as a factory in the 1930s, and also appears in the Netherland’s register of historic monuments. Today, it houses more than 80 entrepreneurs and businesses including a variety of new media and design companies.
One of the Netherlands’ main industrial monument built in the art deco and modernist design, it now offers the very latest in office accommodation, supported by the best in IT systems and connectivity.