As schools made a fast transition to remote learning with the outbreak of the COVID19 crisis, millions of students fell behind due to a lack of high-speed Internet connectivity within their homes or campus walls.
This capacity crunch is only partially caused by remote learning with most of us still working and enjoying entertainment from home, possibly all at once. And at any Smart Campus, downloading 4K videos for the class, creating and sharing a video project or live streaming the class for remote education is now also demanding symmetrical Gigabit capacities.
During this one-hour session we covered in detail:
Justin Neuberger from Convergint Technologies also joined us to discuss his experiences in deploying an interference free mmWave network on a large college campus.