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Learning from your Peers: 802.11n Wi-Fi for K-12 without the Headaches

Learning from your Peers: 802.11n Wi-Fi for K-12 without the Headaches

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Tuesday May 25, 2010 | 1 pm PST / 4 pm EST

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Today, K-12 schools and school districts are turning to Wi-Fi to improve the quality of education for students, and the mobility and efficiency of teachers, administrators and school staff. Join us to learn how two K-12 school districts have successfully overcome the challenge of deploying a pervasive 802.11n Wi-Fi infrastructure that has good performance, is easy to manage, and at the same time cost effective and scalable.

Plus, you will learn how a modern enterprise-class 802.11n solution can enable a multitude of new and exciting applications throughout your school including:

  • Secure mobile access to district resources
  • High performance and reliable mobile computer labs (carts)
  • Wireless mesh networks to inexpensively connect portable classrooms into the school network
  • Secure and customizable guest networks and web portals (Parents and Guests)
  • Pervasive high density Wi-Fi to enable 1:1 computing initiatives
  • Segmented and bandwidth-limited student Internet access

Presenters:

Landon Scism, C.T.O., Pender County Schools, Burgaw, NC

Adam Seldow, Ed.D., Director of Technology, Framingham Public Schools, Framingham, MA

Stephen Philip, VP, Corporate and Product Marketing, Aerohive Networks, Santa Clara, CA