Comcast Metro Ethernet Supports a National Leader in Digital Education

Comcast Metro Ethernet Supports a National Leader in Digital Education


When Township High School District 214, the second largest high school district in Illinois which serves 280,000 residents with an enrollment of over 12,000 in grades 9-12, wished to help students meet their maximum potential, they came to the harsh realization that while educational technology has evolved dramatically, so, unfortunately, have the costs. They needed to find a way to make their education dollars stretch farther while accomplishing more.

In this case study, discover the server virtualization project District 214 undertook to reduce both hardware and energy costs, and learn why connecting to this with Comcast Metro Ethernet as their wide area network backbone helped the district save hundreds of thousands of dollars in hardware replacement and energy costs while also lowering greenhouse gas emissions.

Read now to learn if leveraging the same solutions in your enterprise could help you enjoy what District 214 now does.

12 Nov 2012
31 Oct 2011
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