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Extreme’s Summit Switches Continue to Reign as a Top Product

Bob Nilsson Director, Vertical Solutions Marketing Published 13 Dec 2016

Extreme�s Summit Switches Continue to Reign as a Top Product

The Extreme team isn’t kidding when they say they deliver the most innovative, leading networking solutions for the campus enterprise market. For the sixth consecutive year, Extreme Networks’ Summit Switches have been included on District Administration Magazine’s Readers’ Choice Top 100 Products list for 2016. This year’s list received more than 1,500 nominations from K-12 leaders for a wide range of education technology solutions. The winners were chosen by District Administration’s editorial board based on the products’ ability to help administrators and school leaders achieve educational excellence.

Extreme’s Summit X450-G2, built on revolutionary ExtremeXOS, is a scalable, cost-effective family of fixed switches that manages end-to-end policy in mixed Extreme Networks’ wired and wireless environments. The product was selected because of its versatility, which enables teachers, administrators and students to utilize a greater variety of wireless and wired educational tools in the classroom.

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Vancouver Public Schools is one of many districts that benefit from using our solutions to improve the learning experience. Vancouver deployed Extreme’s switching products to enable the use of personalized learning content and support customized access to network resources, including iPads for online testing and video streaming in the classroom. With Extreme’s solutions, the Vancouver IT staff has greatly improved the functionality of their 1:1 device deployment;  providing more educational apps and data bandwidth to meet the needs of each and every student.

Congrats to the Extreme team for once again being recognized by K-12 leaders for our leading education technology solutions. We’re honored to be included on District Administration’s list and look forward to helping districts deliver effective learning environments.

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