Modernization of IT infrastructure in the Energylandia theme park

The project was carried out in cooperation with Base System.

Customer Profile:

ENERGYLANDIA is the largest amusement park in Poland, offering dozens of attractionsthat are located in the area 26 hectares, designed for all ages, both children, adolescents and adults. The park is located in the town of Zator, on the border of the two largest agglomerations of the south, Silesia and Małopolska, less than half an hour from Katowice and Krakow, and less than 17 kilometers from Wadowice or Oświęcim.

Energylandia has been on the market for only a few years - however, the multitude of attractions, the highest level of service and the comfort of the Guests - meet the highest standards. The park annually visits thousands of tourists who want to experience entertainment at the highest world level.

Partner Profile:

Base System is the manufacturer of the most advanced on the Polish market Electronic Customer Service System ESOK. The system offered by the company provides comprehensive services for sports and leisure facilities (such as: water parks, swimming pools, stadiums, sports halls, fitness, skating rinks, etc.), ski resorts, rental companies, amusement parks, workplaces and parking lots.

Description of the project:

Together with our partner Base System, we faced a big challenge which was expansion and modernization of existing IT infrastructure. With the huge and dynamic development of the park, we had to ensure full stability and reliability of the operation of all IT systems and full and smooth management of them, and at the same time prepare the network for the next investments planned by the investor.


IT infrastructure is based on reliable brand solutions DCN in the field of switching. These solutions allowed the Client to launch stable operating systems for the implementation of services provided at the facility and smoothly manage them. Due to the large development of the park, another challenge was to minimize the space needed in ICT cabinets.

We approached this issue from a design perspective and in consultation with Base System we designedGBC Photonics fiber optics, which contributed significantly to the allocation possibilities in the server room. All the solutions were connected through the highest class optical modules and fiber optic patch cords of the GBC Photonics brand.


Thanks to the implementation of the solutions provided by Salumanus, both in the field of switching and the organization of server racks, the teletechnical infrastructure of the facility has become fully integrated transparent, scalable and ready for future expansion.

The use of GBC Photonics products allowed:

  • save space in closets by 50% compared to conventional solutions, thanks to the reduction of the physical size of the switches and the reduction of the number of wired connections (elimination of media converters),
  • improve the preparation of documentation and descriptions of the connections made, thanks to dedicated spaces for describing the data of the connectors and modules,
  • upon freedom of switch configuration, in terms of fiber technology (type of fiber optic and connector) and modular construction that allows for a variety of configurations not only fiber optics, but also copper.
The introduction of DCN brand switches allowed to:
  • Limit the number of switches by universal PoE/non-PoE ports, which allows the use of a single switch for both CCTV and office links. Given the scale and size of the facility, this is important for the construction of the entire infrastructure,
  • compatibility with modern AV transmission protocols, the use of professional audio and video transmission protocols at the facility,
  • increase the capacity of individual aggregation switches, fully managed,
  • ease of diagnosis and reporting possible network errors and malfunctions, thanks to built-in advanced network protocols, as well as cooperation with external reporting systems,
  • increase in bandwidth from 100Mbit to 1Gbit on client links and up to 10Gbit on skeletal links.