Higher Education

Welcome to the Smart Campus

of colleges think their infrastructure is inadequate for video from the cloud.
believe video cameras should be in the classroom.
of schools heavily or moderately use online testing.

Why Extreme Networks for Higher Education 

With digital transformation and the transition to the smart campus, the need for hyper-reliable, easily-managed network infrastructure has never been greater in higher education. Extreme Networks provides campuses with open, software-driven educational networking solutions that are agile, adaptive and secure to enable the digital transformation of education and improve learning outcomes. 

 Our higher education network solutions are deployed at more than 17,000 schools and 4,500 campuses worldwide, enabling emerging styles of technology-driven teaching including online testing, virtual and augmented reality, robotics, and flipped classroom.


Enhancing Education with Esports

Supercomputing 2019

Visit the Extreme Networks booth #1074 to meet with our experts and discuss how our solutions deliver automation, insights, and assurance for your network. Don’t miss your chance to see our in-booth demonstrations to get in in-depth look at some of our state-of-the art solutions

Tackling grand challenges requires the highest performing switches.

Connect your team with the minimum latency and maximum bandwidth needed to win.

Flawlessly execute high stakes, technology-based testing.

Ryerson University Stays Connected with Extreme Networks

With over 40,000 students, Ryerson University of one of Canada’s largest universities. With that amount of students Ryerson needed reliable network technology but beyond that, they needed a network provider who would listen to them. Hear their full story in this video.
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Higher Education Case Studies

SUNY Canton Case Study


full-time students with


devices per student


acres of coverage

Nazareth College Case Study


students, faculty, and staff


unique devices


buildings including 11 residence halls

UTICA Case Study


cost savings over competitors


acre campus


network engineer to student ratio

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