Smart campus technology starts with reliable wired, wireless and mobile connectivity everywhere on campus, indoors and out. At RUCKUS CommScope, we understand that ubiquitous connectivity is just the beginning to providing enhanced and efficient network and IT operations, campus-wide services and student experience. Learn how RUCKUS CommScope puts higher education stakeholders and students first. We meet the challenges of always-on, data-driven learning environments with 5G, Wi-Fi 6, in-building wireless, advanced analytics, AI and much more.
At Evangel University in Springfield, MO, good Wi-Fi is as essential to students as electricity. From the lecture hall to the residence hall, across 100 acres, seven dorms, and more than 2500 students and staff, CommScope’s RUCKUS networking elevates the student experience.
Although the quality of higher education has never been higher by most measures, a recent survey shows that students appear to be less convinced of its value, with only 34% of institutions meeting new student enrollment goals and 95% of directors agreeing that institution leaders need to better explain the value of a postsecondary degree.
The emergence of new spectrum and infrastructure, along with increasing expectations for reliable connectivity across various devices, has led to a strong interest in using CBRS as a bridge between Wi-Fi and 5G, and to monetize campus networks with various use cases like campus safety and building automation.
When Western Sydney University needed serious Wi-Fi for 7 campuses, 48,000 students and staff and 550 buildings, it turned to CommScope. 2,500 RUCKUS wireless access points
The traditional approach to higher education, where a professor lectures to a large group of students, is being reevaluated by innovative institutions in response to the rapid technological change in the 21st century.
To remain competitive and increase enrollment, many colleges and universities are partnering with their chief information officers to use technology to improve efficiency, learning, and safety while creating new experiences and services to differentiate their institutions.
Collegiate esports has emerged as a popular and lucrative industry, with the potential to attract recruiters, sponsors, and community members, while also integrating into various areas of study and even offering degrees in the gaming field.
The cloud-based service, RUCKUS Analytics, utilizes AI and machine learning to manage complex networks and automate network assurance, ensuring a positive user experience for students, faculty, and staff, and helping to differentiate their institution in a competitive landscape.