Post-pandemic Usage Could Put a Big Drain on School Networks

K–12 Districts Look to Upgrade to Wi-Fi 6

Schools are being challenged by the bandwidth demands of an increasing number of wireless devices and applications. And potential hybrid learning scenarios will only test school networks further. So as educators and administrators face new demands on their networks, K–12 leaders are closely examining Wi-Fi 6 technology: the emerging wireless standard.

Wi-Fi 6 promises a fourfold increase in throughput, so that schools can make the most of their devices, and learning in general.

Read why educators and administrators are looking to this new standard to deliver seamless connectivity in a dense wireless environment.