Extreme Networks Achieves Success in Education with Growing Demand of Wireless in Schools
Customer & Program Highlights
- In the third quarter of fiscal year 2014, Extreme's global K-12 wireless revenue more than doubled its growth year-over-year and grew its customer base with new K-12 customer wins in the past year, including
Red Deer Public Schools, Whiteriver Unified School District, Amherst Central School, Robertson County Schoolsand Christian County Schools.
- Today, Extreme announced that the
Troy School Districthas chosen the company to deliver campus-wide wireless coverage, extending the district's Wi-Fi beyond the boundaries of the classroom, while affording better visibility into the network with Purview.
- Extreme provided the
Washington County School Districtwith high-performance wireless and wired solutions, including IdentiFi™ Wireless and NetSight®, to ease the management burden and provide increased visibility for its small network staff managing the campus network comprised of over 4,000 users in 50 buildings across nine locations.
- This quarter, Extreme honored
Victor Valley Union High School Districtand Romeo Community Schoolswith the Extreme Networks Exemplary SchoolAward for embodying the best in education, by providing their students with an engaging and individualized 24×7 mobile learning environment.
- In April, Extreme announced a strategic relationship with the
Pro Football Hall of Fame(PFHOF) to increase education and community outreach in K-12 school districts. Extreme is powering the PFHOF's Heart of a Hall of Famer series, which allows students to hear directly from Hall of Fame players about what it took to achieve success on and off the football field, with a focus on positive character qualities.
"As a top-tier school district, we are constantly challenged to innovate and personalize learning for our 7,000 students. By aligning with
"In school districts that strive to provide personalized learning and the ability to integrate technology with student learning initiatives, there is a strong need for a reliable and powerful wireless infrastructure that can support such objectives. As a proven leader in K-12 technology, Extreme is able to provide both the solution and support for school districts across the globe."
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