The Henderson has put in place measures to ensure physical resilience of the building’s digital infrastructure, such as:
Improved resiliency of business critical services, mitigating the risk of connectivity downtime. This is achieved through the physical separation and diversity of telecommunications infrastructure throughout the whole building which includes diverse incoming services from different sides of the building, and diverse routes to the telecommunications room as well as throughout every floor of the building. This prevents connectivity disconnection or disruption from maintenance work on a street or pavement-level, excavations at the boundary of the building, construction, fire, flooding or even traffic accidents.
In addition, The Henderson has provided occupiers with reliable wired and wireless connectivity, bringing the following benefits to occupiers:
Increased internet service options available in the building, reducing both installation cost and set-up time for advanced technology implementation in the office. This includes full 5G coverage throughout the building, not only providing occupiers with high speed, high quality mobile service but also serving as an alternative internet service option. Additionally, this enables the connection of IoT devices without the need for expensive and time intensive network infrastructure set-up.