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Higher Education Requires High-Density Wireless Networks
Today’s competitive world of higher education must meet an expanding list of student criteria. It not only includes excellent professors, small classes, and a wide choice of curriculum, but ubiquitous wireless network coverage is critical for attracting and retaining the brightest pupils too. According to new research from McGraw-Hill Education and Hanover Research, over 80 percent of students use mobile devices to study.1 With these devices, they want to access education portals and a growing number of applications anywhere, anytime; therefore, making ubiquitous wireless connectivity not just a convenience, but an expectation. This coverage must not only be pervasive, but students also expect it to be fast, secure and reliable.

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