Students at California State University, San Bernardino will soon be able to charge their mobile devices wirelessly all over campus.
Washington's Clark College has upgraded its network from 1-Gigabit to 10-Gigabit fiber.
Four higher ed IT leaders discuss the "bring your own everything" phenomenon, its impact on teaching and learning, and its challenges and opportunities.
A software defined networking operating system has been deployed to a "virtual slice" of Internet2's national education network and turned on.
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.
Undergraduates living on campus this coming fall at the University of California, Irvine will finally be able to unplug their devices in the residence halls. The institution is in the process of installing 802.11ac in the residential housing as part of a longer-term campus-wide wireless upgrade.
Houston Community College, already among the fastest schools in Internet speed, still must work to keep up with ever-increasing student expectations.
Growth of the wireless local area network (WLAN) enterprise market in the first quarter of 2015 slowed significantly compared to preceding quarters but still increased 3 percent compared to the first quarter of 2014, according to a new report.
The Aruba 320 AP is the company's first to offer dynamic multi-user multiple input/multiple output grouping.
Network administrators running data centers where moving directly to 100 gigabit Ethernet (GbE) is too big a leap may have an easier time making the transition with 25 GbE, demonstrated by QLogic and Huawei.