Virgin Media Secures Wi-Fi for London Underground with Oracle Identity Management
By Tanu Sood-Oracle on Apr 10, 2013
In preparation for London Olympics 2012 that would bring millions of additional passengers - athletes, support crews, vendors, and spectators to London, the task of providing free, secure Wi-Fi services to the London Underground went to Virgin Media.
Virgin Media is the UK’s first combined provider of broadband, TV, mobile and home phone services. Find out how Virgin Media used Oracle Identity Management, Oracle Virtual Directory, and Oracle Entitlements Server to leverage back-end legacy systems for the London Underground Wi-Fi project; systems that were never designed to be externalized.
Learn more about the Wi-Fi project and how Virgin Media is scaling the project to deliver true place-shifting—allowing subscribers to watch pay-per-view assets from any device, anywhere.
You may also want to check out the on-demand
webcast with experts from Virgin Media, their implementation partner,
aurionPro SENA and Oracle to get more context. And here's the link to a recent newsletter feature on Virgin Media's IDM implementation.
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