East Grand Rapids Uses Analytics To Transform Into A Smart School

“For BYOD, network –based visibility at the core is important. With Extreme Application Analytics, I can look at application performance in real time. If Google is slow, I can show people that it’s not a network issue, but a client issue. Information is power and from the edge to the core, I now have full visibility of our network and insight into the users and applications on it.”

– Jeff Crawford, Manager of Networking and Security, East Grand Rapids Public Schools

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How To Optimize Your Network Experience Amidst New Devices and the Internet Of Things

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CenturyLink Field Invests in High-Density Wi-Fi to Provide World Class Connectivity to Seahawks Fans

“We were looking for more than a Wi-Fi vendor, we were looking for a partner that would be involved from the beginning to the end, and this is the type of partnership we found in the Extreme Networks team.”
– Chip Suttles, VP of Technology Seattle Seahawks

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Connecting a School Whose Network “Never Stands Still”

“The gains in efficiency and simplicity alone have had true bottom-line results. A perfect example is the fact that a single network engineer can easily maintain a network that serves 4,000 users, where the customary ratio is 1 engineer to 200 users. Overall, Extreme built a robust network at a savings of close to $1 million over their competitors. And they did it in less than half the time that others were projecting.” – Vijay Sonty, CIO, Utica College

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Tri-State High School and Stadium Improves Connectivity and Reduces Cost With a Total Network Solution

“Coverage has been excellent. Students and teachers are able to easily get connected and stay connected. Class time is no longer spent getting on the Wi-Fi and students are able to show their work on the TVs for improved quality of education.” – Ryan Collins, Director of IT.

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802.11ac Wave 2 Wireless: The Time to Move is Now!

This guide will explain the five key buying criteria for evaluating a Wi-Fi network:

  • Cost and mission criticality
  • Unified wired/Wi-Fi management
  • Density and throughput requirements
  • Customer care

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Gartner Market Guide for Public Venue Wireless Connectivity

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Louisiana College Invests in the Future with Wi-Fi Infrastructure, BYOD, and Simplified Network Management

“We have done a lot of great things with the products, improved the network infrastructure and solved many problems. We see a long future ahead with the Extreme Networks.”

– Shane Davis, Director of IT

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