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.
The worldwide software-defined networking (SDN) market will reach $12.5 billon by 2020, according to a forecast from International Data Corporation (IDC).
Netgear has enhanced its new ProSAFE WAC730 and WAC720 802.11ac wireless access points to support controller management through the ProSAFE WC7600 and WC9500 controllers.
NYU Wireless, New York University's multidisciplinary academic research center for wireless networking theories and techniques, is building an advanced programmable platform to support the development of millimeter wave wireless communication, also known as 5G.
Duke University, Clemson University, Auburn University at Montgomery, University of South Florida and Georgia Southern University have all partnered with Apogee to upgrade their video and residential networks.
Utica College in New York has upgraded its wired and wireless network to improve the teaching and learning experience and improve network access and management at its main campus and three satellite locations.
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How two colleges are preparing for this year's mobile demands.