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Touch and Breathe the Best Innovations in Higher Education

Bob Nilsson Director, Vertical Solutions Marketing Published 14 Oct 2019

In the summer of 1776, the Revolutionary War in North America was in full swing. The Americans, led by George Washington, sought to break free from the shackles of British rule. But the British refused to let go. As they massed their navy with New York in their sights, Washington was left in a quandary. Although it was clear that an attack was coming, it was less clear how the British would launch it.  — Insight into the human decision-making process by Educause keynote speaker Steve B. Johnson

Are you ready to be inspired by thought leaders like Steven Johnson at this year’s higher education IT conference in Chicago? Educause 2019 is getting underway for higher education IT leaders to interact with the future of education technology. The dates are October 15th and 16th at McCormick Place in Chicago Illinois. Extreme Networks will be there with experts and demonstrations. We hope to see you!

These are some of the demonstrations you can see and touch at our booth #1730.

  • Network elements  for the whole campus; classrooms, stadium, and residence halls, including switching, routing, wireless access points, network management, and network application analytics
  • Cloud-managed networking and  network infrastructure as a service
  • Networking security with Extreme Analytics, Extreme Management Center, and eLocation
  • Data center and high-performance computing solutions
  • The latest Wi-Fi 6 access points

 Our experts can go through your requirements in detail and discuss the best approaches to solving your educational networking challenges. You can learn about the benefits of the new Wi-Fi 6 access points as well as cloud-driven networking, network management, and network access control.

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