Blessing Hospital had an old coaxial distribution system that was long overdue for an update. Patients constantly complained about poor picture quality and the maintenance department was always busy handling service calls. Rather than rip out their old coax then replace it with new coax, they decided to upgrade and “future proof” by installing Lynx. The new system delivers cable TV, satellite TV, and in-house programming to 336 TVs.
This hotel did not install coax because they intended to use a streaming video / IPTV system. But after the facility was built they discovered that the IPTV system was not ready. Consequently they chose Lynx to deliver DIRECTV to 203 guest rooms, and got installed in time for their April opening.
Venable’s Government and Regulatory Affairs group recently relocated their offices and redesigned their infrastructure to provide state of the art telecom, datacom, and media delivery services. They selected the Lynx Television and Data Network to deliver television and data on a shared Cat 6 cable. Lawyers use the television to monitor activity in Congress. They report “perfect” picture quality with the Lynx system.
This school district selected Lynx as part of a district wide program to upgrade its visual learning capabilities. In addition to using Cat 6 instead of coax, the schools use state of the art projectors to display television programming, internet pages, and presentation materials sent from the teacher’s computer.
The University of Florida’s Health Sciences Center uses Lynx to deliver cable TV to 80 offices and classrooms. They like having a universal cabling infrastructure that lets them deliver data, voice, and television to any location. This lets them expand or modify their television network as their needs change.