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By News Desk
23 September 2011

AdderLink Infinity is part of the display network at the Science Museum

Adder Technology has commented on the use of its AdderLink Infinity network extension solution within a permanent exhibition at the Science Museum in London, UK. The hard drives and displays that make up the 'Atmosphere: exploring climate science' gallery are connected by 16 Infinity products, allowing up to 60,000 people see the exhibition each month, says Adder.

"We are delighted that a prestigious institution such as the Science Museum, which exhibits the best examples of innovation of all time, has chosen AdderLink Infinity to power the Atmosphere permanent exhibition," says John Halksworth, senior product manager at Adder. "This goes to show what a versatile solution AdderLink Infinity is."

Dave Patten, head of new media at the Science Museum, explains why the institution chose the product. "We needed to be confident that we would have a system that would endure the rigours of the exhibition, which runs between eight and 16 hours a day for 364 days a year," he says.

"AdderLink Infinity scored very well in the tests that we performed and since we have had the systems installed, Adder has been very proactive and responsive in resolving any issues." 

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