Tablets, mobile phones or traditional computers: Which are the biggest bandwidth hogs on campus?
Marietta College in Ohio has implemented a bandwidth optimization platform to help its network operations team address the problem of network saturation during peak usage periods.
The University of Kansas has implemented streaming IPTV service for students, faculty and staff.
Teachers College, Columbia University's Graduate School of Education, Health and Psychology, is upgrading its network infrastructure with a range of wired and wireless products from Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Aruba.
The University of California, Irvine put off updating its student housing wireless. Now it's ahead of the pack.
Menlo College, a business school in Silicon Valley, has doubled its Internet performance by upgrading its Ethernet network and adding a new fiber optic connection to campus.
After too many years watching students struggle with the transition to college, mobile application developers at the University of San Diego are excited to watch this year's freshmen get organized and get ahead with a highly customized USD personal assistant mobile application.
A team of computer scientists and electrical engineers at the University of Washington has developed a passive Wi-Fi system that can generate 802.11b Wi-Fi signals using 10,000 times less power than present-day Wi-Fi and 1,000 times less power than Bluetooth Low Energy and ZigBee, according to a news release on UW's site.
A joint project has uncovered how K-12 organizations as well as community colleges can tap into identity federations to take advantage of shared online services.
A need for robust, scalable, reliable wireless infrastructure led Missouri's Evangel University to embark on a WiFi revamp on campus.