Districts appreciate the importance of a reliable backbone.
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Cash-strapped districts tend to make the best of the networks they have for as long as they can, but eventually, a patchwork approach to repairs and upgrades just isn't enough.
Alhambra Unified School District in California is deploying Cisco switches with technology to manage power consumption. The Hamilton/Clermont Cooperative Association, an Internet provider to schools in greater Cincinnati, took the same path when it opted for new, greener switches.
The HP 2520 Power over Ethernet switch helps districts support voice, video or wireless deployments. It boosts network reliability and flexibility while reducing energy consumption.
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Oakland Unified School District
optimizes its infrastructure.
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