Networking & Wireless

New Jersey District Boosts Bandwidth for Classroom Instruction

Glen Rock Public Schools in New Jersey has upgraded its telecommunications network in an effort to improve performance and functionality while cutting costs.

Use It or Lose It: What To Do with Your Wireless Spectrum

Your unused wireless spectrum is in jeopardy of being repossessed next spring. Leasing it is your best option.

Welcoming Mobile Technology

A high school in Ohio welcomes students to bring their devices on campus to take advantage of the institution's new WiFi service, both in and out of the classroom.

Teaching Without Wires

By cutting its networking wires, Hollis Brookline High School in New Hampshire is providing faculty, administration, and students a more seamless Internet experience.

Rural District Installs System of WiFi Arrays Across 3 Campuses

In an effort to build a reliable online learning environment for its students and teachers, rural Schleicher County Independent School District (SCISD) of Eldorado, TX has deployed WiFi arrays throughout its three school campuses.

Colorado Academy Rolls Out Power over Ethernet for Classroom Technologies

As part of an effort to enhance teaching and learning, St. Mary's Academy in Englewood, CO is providing streaming video, interactive whiteboards, and pervasive network access to its classrooms.

Siemon Says Cables Adhere to New 40 and 100 Gbps Ethernet Standard

Siemon, a company that produces network cabling, has confirmed adherence of its twisted-pair and optical fiber products to the new IEEE standard 802.3ba-2010, which lays out two new Ethernet speeds, 40 Gbps and 100 Gbps.

Avenda Adds Non-802.1x Agents to NAC Appliance Software

Avenda Systems will shortly be rolling out enhancements to eTIPS, its network access control appliance. Expected in early November 2010, the updates include OnGuard, a set of network access agents, and enhanced features in the company's guest management application.

New Aruba OS Addresses High-Density WiFi

Aruba Networks has released a new operating system for its 802.11n wireless controllers and access points. ArubaOS 6.0 is designed to improve over-the-air reliability and security for campus customers that need to manage high-density wireless usage environments. The company has also developed user guides for deploying WiFi in high-density settings and managing Apple iPads.

Education Investments in Wireless Continue To Grow

Academic institutions in the United States are spending more than $5 billion annually on wireless hardware, software, and services. And, according to new research, that figure will climb to $6.8 billion by 2014.