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How To Install A Secure Wireless Network In Your Facility

Wireless network opens doors for N Cape learners

You have to look at how many clients youre building for and where they will be. You need to plan so youll be able to provide enough bandwidth, for example, to stream video to a class of 30 laptops. 4. Building materials: Another consideration is your buildings makeup. Wireless will not penetrate metal, which is often found in older buildings. Newer construction, particularly LEED-certified, presents other challenges: wireless and cellular wreak havoc, and reflective glass can impede wireless coverage. Mary Ann Beseda, technology director at Spring Independent School District in Houston, Texas, had difficulty with her schools cinderblock walls. Theres a difference with how RF [radio frequency] goes through todays buildings versus those built in the 70s, she says. Music rooms can also present challenges. You can be standing outside the door and unable to get access because of soundproof 3G bonded networks walls. Next up is figuring out where to put access points.
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The district considered many vendors as part of itsbid evaluation process and decided on a wireless network solution from Aerohive Networks because it wascost-effective, met all of the district's feature requirements and could expandwith anticipated network growth. The district implemented more than 13,000 Aerohive access points in its schoolsand administrative offices. The district uses AP121 accesspoints in classrooms to support a wide variety of mobile devices; AP330 accesspoints in media centers, gyms, cafeterias and auditoriums to provide highercapacity in those areas; and AP170 accesspoints in outdoor areas and sports facilities. The district also implementedAerohive's HiveManager Network Management System (NMS) in a private cloud to enable theIT team to manage the entire network from a central location. The district's new Aerohive network currently supports 125,000 devices, anumber that is expected to grow as the district expands its 1-to-1 program. Thesame architecture supports three separate networks within the network: one foremployees, one for students and one for guests.
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Palm Beach County Upgrades Wi-Fi To Support Digital Learning -- THE Journal

A Grade 9 learner from nearby Iketletso Middle School, Thato Kgosierileng, expressed his excitement at having access to the internet. Now am able to search for information on the computer without having to go to the library, he said. Thato, who started using a computer for the first time at school, said the few hours he had spent on a computer were very informative. With a computer, one can do a lot of things within a short space of time, he said. A teacher at Learamele, Boitshoko Bannane, said the use of computers will expand learning possibilities. This will help learners conduct research. I have also noticed that the learners have developed a great deal of interest in learning using computers, he said. Education District Director Vuyisile Teise said the introduction of computers would improve the learning process.
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