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K-12 Education
Online testing, in-classroom devices and video-rich media are all driving the need for fast Internet. Traditional approaches to improving Internet speed – from adding bandwidth to installing complex packet shaping software – are expensive, time-consuming and often fall short of ensuring smooth, reliable Internet. Network management is a better option.
Higher Education
Web-based exams and student devices are among many new trends in higher education driving the need for fast Internet on campus and in dorms. Unfortunately, adding more bandwidth is simply not a cost-effective or long-term solution to keeping up with the growing demand for connectivity on campus. Bandwidth management is a better option.
Shared Offices
The shared economy is roaring ahead, with co-working offices leading the charge as the new way to work, collaborate and network. Shared offices are cropping up everywhere as a cost effective way to start and run a business. Most co-working venues offer a full host of resources, but one service stands out as vital to member tenants and is equally frustrating to shared office operators: fast and reliable guest WiFi.
Hospitality
Guests consistently rank quality Internet near the top of their list of critical services provided by hotels. While this is the case, it is becoming increasingly expensive and complex for hotels to provide consistently fast Internet. Traditional approaches to improving Internet speed – from rate capping and setting up separate VLANs to adding more bandwidth – are expensive, time-consuming and often fall short of ensuring smooth, reliable Internet. A bandwidth controller is a better option.
Satellite Communications
Satellite connectivity requires a disciplined approach to bandwidth for providers as well as users. Since satellite bandwidth is both narrow and billable by volume, every effort must be made to organize traffic and prioritize transaction data to avoid retransmissions and buffer bloat at earth stations.
Living Communities
Much like hospitality, residents and visitors at assisted living facilities consistently rank quality Internet near the top of their list of critical services. Unfortunately, it is increasingly expensive for facilities to provide consistently fast and reliable guest WiFi. Traditional approaches to improving Internet speed are expensive, time-consuming and often fall short of ensuring reliable network performance.