Networking & Wireless


Ontario and Texas Districts Adopt Wireless Network Access Control

Two districts--one in Ontario and the other in Texas--have adopted the same model of wireless network access security appliance from Avenda Systems.

Black Box Launches Wireless Presentation System

Black Box has debuted its new Wireless Video Presentation System II, which is designed to transform wired projectors into wireless using a small 1.1-pound box.

Philips Launches Wireless HDTV Link

Philips has debuted its new Wireless HDTV Link SWW1800/27, which sends 1080p signals wirelessly from source boxes and/or devices to the TV.

4,000-Student High School Moves to 802.11n Wireless

Lyons Township High School of LaGrange, IL, has chosen Ruckus Wireless to upgrade its LAN to an indoor/outdoor 802.11n wireless network covering its two entire campuses, comprising one of the largest high schools, in physical area, in the country.

New Program Makes School Wireless Networks Available for Less Than $40 per Student

"Wireless 4 Schools," a new program from cloud-based wireless networking company Meraki, has announced it will offer K-12 schools and districts complete wireless LANs for $40 or less per student, depending on student population.

Aruba Networks Offers Sub-$700 802.11n Access Point

Aruba Networks has released a compact dual-radio AP-105 802.11n access point (AP) priced at $695, the lowest cost dual-radio 802.11n access point the company sells.

Sacred Heart Deploys 802.11n Across Campus

Australia's Sacred Heart College in Geelong, Victoria is rolling out 802.11n wireless networking across its entire campus. Sacred Heart is a "secondary college" for girls in grades 7 through 12.

OpenDNS To Add Enterprise Services for Schools

OpenDNS is expanding beyond free DNS and security services for schools and launching premium services and support and additional new features targeted toward K-12 institutions.

MDOP 2009 R2 Arriving Next Month

Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) 2009 will get an R2 upgrade next month, according to an announcement by Microsoft earlier this week.

Arizona To Expand Virtual Field Trips

A partnership between Central Arizona College and the Pinal County Interactive Television Consortium is expanding its virtual field trip offerings to school districts in Arizona.

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