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James Cook University Re-Architects the WLAN and Ups their Access Points

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Work is becoming more and more distributed. People will take their mobile devices from room to room, building to building, even outside – and they’re all still relying on the network to provide steady, high-performance Wi-Fi access.

In this case study, find out how James Cook University extended Wi-Fi to all of their 22,000 students across campus by more than doubling their access points.

Plus, learn how they re-architected their WLAN to give users a better mobile experience. 

Vendor:
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Posted:
21 Jun 2018
Published:
10 May 2017
Format:
HTML
Type:
Case Study
Language:
English

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