Alcott Enterprises announced its completion of the network backbone infrastructure for Glass House Brands Southern California cultivation facility. This backbone fiber and access layer network will serve as the primary infrastructure serving their 165-acre facility.
As part of Glass House Brand's efforts to retrofit the greenhouse structures as they transition from growing vegetables to Cannabis, the Alcott team played a pivotal role in planning and implementing the backbone infrastructure for this farm. As a certified Cisco Systems and Cisco Meraki partner, the Alcott team designed and implemented multi-gig, next-generation networking for the Glass House team.
"Glass House's 165-acre cultivation property is a highly automated farm that is equipped with a fiber optic system. Success is determined by getting all the information input pieces to connect and seamlessly work together," said Graham Farrar, Founder and President of Glass House Brands. "The sophistication and reliability of the architecture allow Glass House to make actionable choices with the data critical to driving the output of our precision agriculture cultivation methods."
"Glass House is a forward-thinking technology-driven organization. Providing a next-generation technical infrastructure meets their needs today and will enable them to continue their innovation for years to come," said Jordan Alcott, Founder and CEO of Alcott Enterprises.
This highly redundant infrastructure not only supports the day-to-day connectivity needs of hundreds of workers but also supports cultivation operations and the environmental, security camera, and physical security systems, as well as other critical systems.
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