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Mobility wireless equipment donated for qualified schools

Brocade has donated a selection of their Brocade wireless hardware products to Digital Wish and these donations are now available to schools.
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Brocade has donated a selection of their Brocade wireless hardware products to Digital Wish and these donations are now available to schools. Qualified schools can receive up to 10 Brocade Mobility wireless LAN controllers and access points.

Schools that have 50% of students in the free and reduced lunch program can receive donated products like the Series 300 Access points, Series 5181 Outdoor access points, Series 7131 Access points, and RFS7000 LAN controller.

These products can also be used to expand the size of a Brocade wireless network. The products also feature automatic configuration meaning the access point will automatically download all configuration parameter and any necessary firmware updates. Included is also a built-in power supply that receives power and transfers data through a single CAT-5 Ethernet cable.

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