Communications and Security in Education using Voice over WLAN

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Chris Bignell (Ramesys), Rich Nedwich (Meru Networks)

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Education institutions are rapidly adopting 802.11 wireless LANs to support laptop learning programs, collaborative learning, and on-line testing by providing both teachers and students ubiquitous wireless access anywhere on campus. Many institutions are now taking the next step, leveraging their WLAN by including voice services over their wireless network (VoWLAN), thereby improving staff communications and providing mobile communications in the event of a school emergency. However, voice has its unique requirements and challenges to provide seamless roaming and toll-quality calls. Attend this webinar to learn how best to plan up front to support VoWLAN, or adapt your current network for better results.

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