Learn about the key components of building an IoT-ready network – like updated access points and Bluetooth Low Energy – and find out how you can use location-based IoT technology to drive the IoT value cycle.
This white paper explores how organizations like higher education institutions that have distributed campus networks can meet and exceed high user expectations for wireless connectivity. Hear from a number of IT pros and executives from a variety of universities to find out how they used cloud-managed tools to help them transform their networks.
Find out how to take a highly secure, mobile-first approach to wireless networking with technology designed to protect highly sensitive networks like those used by the U.S. government and armed forces.
Learn about the concept of a software-defined branch office network that brings together best-in-class wireless and wired infrastructure along with centralized cloud management and SD-WAN capabilities.
This case study explores how James Cook University created pervasive wireless connectivity. Learn about the 802.11ac-enbaled access points they deployed in order to increase wireless access for seamless student engagement.
Location-based mobile marketing is a boon to every marketer tasked with delivering the right message to the right person at the right time. Leverage this resource to learn how to create exceptional mobile experiences with Bluetooth LE (BLE) indoor location services.
This case study explores how Pangborn Memorial Airport leveraged D-Link's 7100 Cloud cameras to upgrade their network infrastructure to accommodate the growth and support of new IP-based technologies to achieve more network speed, security and uptime.
As a new team in Major League Soccer with a young fanbase of millennials, Orlando City SC needed to create an in-game experience where 25,000 fans could interact online and share photos and videos. Explore how it found a WiFi and LAN provider to help meet those goals.
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