Networking & Wireless Articles

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Oral Roberts U Wireless Upgrade to Support Digital Learning

Over the next year, Oral Roberts University will undergo a massive wireless revamp aimed at "academic growth and expansion.”

NSF Gives U Minnesota $500K for New Research Network

A $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will fund a data-intensive network that will connect University of Minnesota researchers with others around the world.

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What to Do When Your Wireless Network Can't Keep Up

Resourcefulness in funding, planning and multi-university collaboration are helping to prevent another wireless network breakdown for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

Big Data Freeway to Connect Researchers along West Coast

Researchers in Pacific coast states are gaining access to a networking infrastructure that connects the science "DMZs" of multiple research institutions.

Hughes Launches Solutions for K-12 and Higher Ed

Hughes Network Systems, a provider of broadband satellite solutions and services, has launched a new suite of products for educational institutions, including high-speed satellite Internet access, digital signage, distance learning and managed wireless networking.

Cal State San Bernardino Powers Up With Wireless Charging

Students at California State University, San Bernardino will soon be able to charge their mobile devices wirelessly all over campus.



Clark College Beefs up Fiber Network

Washington's Clark College has upgraded its network from 1-Gigabit to 10-Gigabit fiber.

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Tackling BYOE in Higher Ed

Four higher ed IT leaders discuss the "bring your own everything" phenomenon, its impact on teaching and learning, and its challenges and opportunities.

Internet2 Implements Open Source SDN Networking OS

A software defined networking operating system has been deployed to a "virtual slice" of Internet2's national education network and turned on.

Research: Faster Devices Call for Revamped Safety Standards

A multidisciplinary team from New York University has provided research that suggests regulators should reconsider how they evaluate the health risks of high-frequency radio waves.