AW North Carolina

AW North Carolina is driven to malware distraction: AT&T provides the heavy manufacturer with heavy-duty protections


Multiple layers of security

  • Challenges    

    AW North Carolina (AWNC) was in the market for a complete overhaul of its IT infrastructure to be on par with its highly automated production line

  • Results

    Value is not hard to grasp or calculate when a single outage reaching the manufacturing floor can cost AWNC more than a quarter million dollars an hour

  • Solution

    Expanded security solutions protect company digital assets with AT&T multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) between the two AWNC facilities supplies disaster recovery redundancy

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AWNC finds the downside of transmissions

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AW North Carolina

In business since 1998, AWNC has grown fast and furious, producing its one millionth Toyota transmission just one-year shy of its first decade in business, and today turning out as many as 700,000 transmissions a year. Headquartered in Durham, North Carolina with a warehouse distribution facility 16 miles away in Creedmoor, AWNC’s assembly line operates at maximum capacity around-the-clock, six days a week to keep up with customer demand, shipping automotive components six times per day. 
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