Strix Systems ‘Wires’ Lazydays RV Center
Strix Systems said it has installed its wireless network at Lazydays RV SuperCenter in Seffner, Fla.
The network provides coverage over the entire 126-acre RV destination complex, according to a release from Strix and published by bizjournals.com.
The complex includes an 86,600-square-foot main building, 273 services bays, 300-campsite Rally Park, more than 1,000 RVs on display and an RV service and collision center. There’s also a Camping World store, Cracker Barrel restaurant and Flying J RV Travel Plaza.
The network covers both indoor and outdoor facilities, providing free high-speed wireless Internet access to customers and visitors. It also allows RV sales consultants, on-site factory sales representatives and services personnel to have instant access over the network through laptops, handhelds and other devices for interaction between sales representatives, service advisers, management and other personnel, the release said
“Service personnel can be literally anywhere on the property and use their Symbol PDA’s to access service information,” said Allen Karp, Lazydays network administrator. “Customers mainly use laptops in their RVs and connect to the Internet, travel blogs and even IPTV,” he added.
“Lazydays is truly a premium venue for RV owners,” said Martin Levetin, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Strix Systems. “Rally Park is also a great example of Strix Systems Ultimate Hot-Zone Solution, providing high performance and 100% coverage for Wi-Fi Internet access users in RVs, campgrounds and outdoor parks,” he added.
Strix Systems, based in Calabasas, Calif., designs, develops and markets wireless network systems.