Palma Congress Center, stage of the largest events and congresses held in Mallorca, continues to improve its technical equipment.
As a result of the recent agreement with Telefonica, the Congress Center has optimized the WiFi speed and quality throughout the facilities to boost the visitors’ connectivity and browsing experience.
Thanks to this, WiFi speed has increased up to 2GB symmetrical fiber (1 + 1 Gbps at two different connection points, to provide total redundancy) and 96 access points, which can be extended to meet each event’s requirements. This wireless infrastructure is complemented by a wired network with more than 150 network sockets distributed throughout the building.
This system allows multiple simultaneous connections of more than 16,000 devices, in a safe and reliable environment.
All this, monitored 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
High speed Wi-Fi connectivity remains one of the most demanded attributes and valued by business customers. Therefore, Meliá Hotels International, managing company of the Palau de Congressos, has continued to reinforce this year its commitment to provide the best technological equipment.
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