• Common Core and Online Testing: Implementing Wireless Infrastructure for Common Core Testing in Schools PDF screen shot

    Until recently, every state had its own set of academic standards, contributing to a disparity in the way students learn from state to state and in national testing expectations. In 2010, states began to adopt the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), a set of rigorous, common standards for K-12 education that provide clarity and consistency around student learning expectations across the country. IT infrastructure within the schools have a significant impact on how these Common Core standards are taught and how the assessments are conducted. Download PDF

  • 5 Steps to a Killer Wi-Fi Network PDF screen shot

    Wi-Fi Optimization is the practice of readying your network for BYOD-like environments so that IT can deliver users a predictable experience, regardless of how heavy the network load is. There are 5 components, and we've even created a handy infographic to help illustrate how you can optimize your Wi-Fi network Download PDF

  • Supporting EdTech Intitiatives is Easy as (Pizza) Pie Infographic Screen Shot

    Sometimes navigating all the state and local EdTech initiatives and funding options feels like having to choose a pizza with hundreds of topping options. It can be overwhelming! But keep the pizza analogy going, and it can actually really simplify the EdTech landscape. We break down EdTech into 4 different pizzas, and explain the various components of each. Download PDF

  • How to Avoid Another #WiFail? PDF screen shot

    You know the feeling. Everyone's experienced it. When's the last time you had something you really needed to get done, but the Wi-Fi was so unusable it made it impossible? Chances are, probably not that long ago considering how much we all rely on Wi-Fi. So what, exactly, did you experience? We've coined a new term for it: a #WiFail. Download PDF

  • The ABCs of 802.11ac PDF screen shot

    Anytime a new Wi-Fi standard comes out, it brings with it a host of new buzz words, acronyms and jargon. And that's certainly true of 802.11ac, which has been billed as "gigabit Wi-Fi." But how can you learn your 11ac from a, b, g and n? Well, we've tried to make it as simple as learning your ABCs. 01/27/14 Download PDF

  • 802.11ac Demystified Poster PDF screen shot

    Technical poster that provides an overview of 802.11ac, the data rates, channel bonding, MIMO digital signal processing, and more! 01/27/14 Download PDF

  • 802.11ac Whitepaper PDF screen shot

    802.11ac is a new very high throughput Wi-Fi standard (final approval in 2014). It delivers data rates in excess of 1Gbps in its first phase of products with future iterations planned to take performance to nearly 7Gbps. 802.11ac maintains backward compatibility with existing 802.11 equipment to simplify network migration to the new technology. 01/27/14 Download PDF

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