Aruba Networks on Monday said The University of Findlay (UF) has deployed a unified wired and wireless access network.
The University of Findlay (UF), a private university in Ohio, will benefit from the new infrastructure as it delivers secure, campus-wide wireless access and allows the University to accommodate Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) for students, faculty, staff and guests.
The network is also enabling 100 percent of the University’s faculty to integrate technology into their classrooms and incorporate real-time, multimedia instructional materials into their lessons, improving the students’ educational experiences, said Aruba Networks in a statement.
Tim Stuart, manager of Network Operations for The University of Findlay, said its students and faculty are relying on the new Aruba infrastructure to access the University’s Blackboard learning management system and to collaborate from dorm rooms and other on-campus and off-campus locations. In the classroom, instructors are using the new network to improve student learning experiences.