Manipal University Deploys Motorola's WLAN Technology For Connectivity

The Enterprise Mobility business of Motorola has announced that various schools and universities around the world have deployed Motorola's wireless technologies to provide connectivity on campus or on the road, enhancing learning experiences for students and helping staff stay productive and secure.

Motorola’s wireless LAN (WLAN) portfolio is optimised for the education market offering different levels of access security for students, faculty, staff and guests on the same network; self-healing technology that can automatically fix RF coverage problems anywhere on campus; and a comprehensive management suite to help design, deploy, manage and secure a large indoor/ outdoor campus-wide network.

By moving to an all-wireless network infrastructure, the Goliad Independent School District in Goliad, Texas and Manipal University in Manipal, India are providing un-tethered Internet access to students and faculty as well as enabling high-speed wireless bridging between multiple campus buildings in a single site or direct connectivity amongst multiple schools in the same school district. These institutes have deployed 802.11n, mesh or an all-wireless enterprise solution for educational environments.

"The all-wireless enterprise solution leverages the full benefits of wireless LAN, enabling full mobility and access to information any time, virtually any place on the school campus," said Sujai Hajela, vice president and general manager of Enterprise WLAN, Motorola Enterprise Mobility business.

Manipal University has deployed Motorola's WLAN technology for indoor access and mesh for outdoors to connect more than 20 of its colleges. D-VoiS, an Indian Internet service provider, recommended the end-to-end, fully managed wireless network from Motorola, which also integrated Motorola's complementary point-to-point and point-to-multipoint wireless bridging technologies.

"Reliability, performance and improved manageability that comes with deploying a single-vendor system was a factor in assessing the indoor and outdoor needs of the network," said Ramesh Sathya of D-VoiS.

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Updated Date: Jan 31, 2017 01:56:56 IST