Extreme Networks Expands Classroom Solutions

Extreme Networks, Inc. today announced new customers and increased adoption of its connectivity solutions in the K-12 education market. These solutions will be showcased at ISTE 2015 this week, where attendees can hear more about the company’s solutions and industry trends at booth #2528.

Hardin County School District in Kentucky will use Extreme’s infrastructure and analytics technology to manage its network, gain insight into users’ applications and network behavior and provide network access to any mobile device for its 16,000 users.

• To support collaboration and personalized learning, the Stonington Public School District needed to meet the mobile needs of 3,000 users across six schools and seven buildings in Connecticut. The District chose Extreme to deploy an enterprise wireless network that would allow them to roll out BYOD, deploy a virtual desktop infrastructure and manage the infrastructure from a single screen.

• Using Extreme’s infrastructure, school districts nationwide have been deploying Chromebooks to enable personalized learning, collaboration and to help facilitate online testing.

• Powered by Extreme, the Heart of a Hall of Famer series allows students to hear directly from Hall of Fame players about how to achieve success on and off the field.