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Long-term care provider deploys mobile patient care

When long-term care provider Daybreak Venture wanted to expand its wireless network across its 75 facilities, it realized its existing Cisco solution was not going to meet its needs. With facilities in Texas and MIssouri, the sites are geographically distant, and the healthcare provider operated...

California school district goes wireless, supports online testing

Like many schools feeling the effects of severe budget cuts, Snowline Joint Unified School District only had a hardwired, interconnected network infrastructure in place with zero wireless access. It also was facing state mandates for converting to online testing and wanted to deploy more devices...

Wi-Fi rollout helps school district implement 1:1 digital learning program

When consumer-grade access points became unreliable and difficult to manage, North Carolina School District Rowan-Salisbury began to investigate better options. As a large district with over 20,000 students, BYOD was exploding at all 35 schools in the District and the schools also had plans in place...

1:1 learning made easy with controller-less Wi-Fi

Tyndale Christian School, located in Sydney, Australia has over 700 students, but only had Wi-Fi in two of its 18 buildings, with poor and unreliable coverage. For a school offering education to students from preschool to grade 12 with a vision to move to a 1:1 environment, it was desperate for a...

Municipal Wi-Fi energizes Atlanta suburb

The City of Douglasville is located 20 miles outside of Atlanta and enjoys a vibrant community life, with an active downtown and several parks with community centers and large sports complexes. Although the City always wanted to offer public Wi-Fi, this became a reality when Google provided a grant...

Wales takes on digital learning

The Welsh government recently set aside millions of funds dedicated to enabling digital learning. When the County and City of Swansea (CCS) in South Wales took on a 1:1 tablet rollout for its students across 102 schools, it realized the existing Aruba network was limited. To meet the needs of the...

Snack food producer beefs up its Wi-Fi

Oberto Brands is the second largest producer of beef jerky in the nation, with over 400 varieties of dried meat products and snack sausages. The company recently opened a second production facility to meet nationwide demand. When Oberto was not able to rely on its existing Cisco network for wireless...

Colonial Williamsburg abandons WLAN controllers

Historical Williamsburg is home to less than 15,000 people, yet the city attracts millions of visitors each year to the vibrant, international destination. The City administrative buildings and facilities were spread across eight different locations and the existing Cisco network was becoming more...

School district leads the way with Aerohive Wi-Fi

You might not guess that one of the most innovative school districts in the United States is found in a quiet Arizona community, but Vail School District has paved the way for most of the nation's schools who are looking to integrate technology into the classroom. Vail School District is way ahead of...

Comprehensive Wi-Fi makes school a breeze

Cooperstown Central School District had Wi-Fi, but it was only in limited areas and set up through individual routers in classrooms, making management clunky and very time consuming to manage for the IT team. With a goal to have pervasive coverage and move toward 1:1 student to device ratios for its...