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Schools & Universities

Elementary Schools
Elementary Enhanced learning


Many K-12 schools are investing in technology to raise student performance and close the achievement gap. Interactive learning and mobile devices bring the curriculum to life. But schools need mobile connectivity that supports demanding multimedia applications and is simple to manage and maintain.
 
Border Patrol That's why leading school districts use a Wireless architecture to easily and cost-effectively enable media-rich curriculum. Wireless Technology uniquely consolidates network and security services required for Wi-Fi, wired, remote, and outdoor access to right size campus networks for mobility.

Elementary schools can cost-effectively connect the latest smart classroom and mobile computing technologies and reliably deliver electronic assessment and multimedia-rich academic applications.

Wireless architecture delivers:

1:1 student computing, integrating student-owned tablets and
  smartphones.
Automatically detects and provisions student- and
  staff-owned mobile devices.

More Wi-Fi capacity for smart classroom and computing initiatives.
  Radio Management increases available bandwidth per user up to 220%.

Reliable video, voice, and interactive learning. Granular traffic
  prioritization and dynamic multicast for up to 40 video sessions per radio.

Simplify mobility operations in an ever-changing education
  environment.
Network Management delivers a single point of visibility and
  control for the user, device, and mobility network to quickly identify and
  resolve potential issues.
 


Education - Universities


Mobility is transforming higher education. Mobile devices such as tablets, e-readers, and smartphones are providing a rich multimedia experience, improving collaboration, and driving excellence in both academics and research. Educational institutions need a new network architecture that can meet the requirements of today's campus—across classrooms, residence halls, public venues, and remote sites.
 
universityThe fact is, more and more of the best and the brightest students are choosing an educational institution at least in part on its high-speed connectivity capabilities. Wireless broadband isn't only about high-speed access. All around the world, colleges and universities are discovering that in addition to helping them be more attractive to students, wireless broadband capabilities are helping them in a great many other ways. They're encouraging and facilitating collaborative and distance learning, helping to increase safety and security on and off campus, and improving productivity of faculty, administration and staff. Higher education-specific. Wireless Broadband complementary high-speed wireless solutions enables colleges and universities to deliver, control and leverage IP-based voice, video and data in real time.

That's why universities and the largest state higher education system in the United States are among the many that chose Mobile Virtual Enterprise architecture to enable mobility on their campus. Wireless Technology uniquely consolidates network and security services required for Wi-Fi, wired, "B.Y.O.D.", remote, and outdoor access to right size campus networks for mobility. With Wireless Technology, education institutions can easily scale their networks to accommodate the deluge of mobile devices and multimedia-heavy applications, while reducing the cost of operating such networks.

Wireless architecture delivers:

Easier integration of smartphones, tablets and "B.Y.O.D.".
  Automatically detects and provisions student- and staff-owned
  mobile devices.

More Wi-Fi capacity for busy lecture halls and auditoriums. With
  Adaptive Radio Management technology increases available wireless
  bandwidth per user up to 220%

Reliable video, voice, and interactive learning. Granular traffic
  prioritization and dynamic multicast for up to 40 video sessions per radio.

Up to 70% reduction in Access network TCO. Consolidate infrastructure
  by unifying security, access policies, and management across wired,
  wireless, remote buildings, and VPN networks.

Centralized multivendor management across wired and wireless.
  Reduce the cost and complexity to ensure network uptime across large
  school campuses and districts.