Howard Community College in Columbia, MD has completed deployment of a passive optical LAN solution in its new Health Sciences building.
To protect sensitive data in the BYOD era, schools must take a more closed, corporate approach, blending network access control and mobile device management.
Nipissing University, a public liberal arts university in Ontario, Canada, has implemented a wireless performance and security monitoring system to support the rapid increase in wireless devices on its campuses.
ASCI Connect has launched a new cloud-based network monitoring and reporting service, Network Monitoring Centre, which is designed to provide visibility into network traffic from a single dashboard interface.
St. Petersburg College in Florida plans to modernize its network infrastructure to support an increasing number of applications and users.
A South African university will play host to a new six-month trial of wireless broadband using unallocated broadcast TV spectrum.
Coppin State University has upgraded its wireless network for greater bandwidth and to accomodate more devices, while expanding the network to include campus outdoor spaces and sports venues.
Parkland College will upgrade to a new wireless LAN network and management system in an effort to enhance online learning and connect its 18,000 students, 1,200 faculty and staff, and campus visitors.
Georgia State University has completed the installation of its new Northern Fiber Optic Ring, which connects to the university's existing Southern Fiber Optic Ring.
Universities and colleges are doing more to meet bandwidth demands for residential networking (ResNet), but are struggling with growing costs and shrinking budgets, according to the second annual State of the ResNet report released this week by the Association for Information Communications Technology Professionals in Higher Education and the National Association of College and University Business Officers.