Dormitory Wireless is a Snap: Leverage Existing CAT 5 Cable for Cost-Effective 802.11n Upgrade
Higher education students today expect Wi-Fi connectivity. College-bound students are bringing three to four Wi-Fi devices to campus, including laptops, iPads and other tablets, Smartphone and gaming systems. They expect to use all these devices not just across campus, but also in their dorm rooms. Until recently, most colleges and universities have concentrated delivering wireless connectivity in classrooms, lecture halls, libraries and cafeterias. Dorm rooms have been wired, which allows students to connect to a wired network.
Provided by: Extreme Networks Topic: Mobility Date Added: Sep 2011 Format: PDF