Advances in wireless technology, apps and phone functionality keep all of us connected. And that is even more present on higher education campuses where wireless is being used to enable advanced learning, interactive events and reliable service to support the day-to-day wireless traffic.
Education industry standards advise to plan for at least three wireless devices to be connected for each person. Beyond the number of devices, the material accessed such as high-bandwidth videos, and increasing security concerns greatly affect the demand on wireless networks. That in turn affects the amount of cabling needed, network complexity, security and reliability. How can today’s higher education facility and information technology managers plan for and enable a robust wireless network on campus?
Quality wireless network designs are critical to today’s learning environments. If planned, designed and installed to align with technology demand and educational mission, wireless networks can be dependable and enable unique uses of technology in learning, at events and more. Here are some key areas to consider when planning or updating your school’s wireless network.
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