The Dutch National Police partner with Cumulus Networks to provide officers better 'real time' data

The Dutch National Police is the largest government organization in the Netherlands with a total of 65,000 police officers. By combining the latest IT technology with police work, the Dutch National Police was able to become one of the first data-driven police organizations. By learning from massive companies like Google, they have embraced open networking and Linux software allowing them to run their networking hardware as if they were the host. With these new implementations, the Dutch National Police is bringing the latest innovations of servers, storage and networking together to form a complete and robust solution with Cumulus Networks and Dell Technologies.
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