Long Beach, CA – April 8, 2014 – 7signal, the Wi-Fi Performance Company, is at the Campus Technology Forum demonstrating its Sapphire™ Wi-Fi performance management system to improve the Wi-Fi experience for students and faculty at colleges and universities.
CT Forum is where higher-ed technology experts and influencers attend keynotes and workshops to gain an understanding of the next generation of technologies influencing their institutions. As more smart devices appear on campus, the demands on WLAN infrastructure and IT resources are increasing dramatically.
Education delivered using technology is critically important to meet the needs of a new generation of students. Scores of laptops, tablets, smartphones and gaming consoles fill every dormitory, lecture hall and student union. Reaching mission critical status is the performance of the Wi-Fi network, which students and faculty depend on every day to be productive.
7signal provides a Wi-Fi performance management system to universities and offers them long term Wi-Fi assurance so that campus WLAN environments can be relied upon to meet the educational needs of both students and teachers.
The platform includes a set a sensors called Sapphire Eyes that collect information in addition to exercising the Wi-Fi network with active tests that run 24 hours a day. The data is collected and processed by 7signal’s software that offers a rich set of Wi-Fi performance analytics. The system empowers network administrators with a proactive set of information and alerts which allows them to get ahead of Wi-Fi performance issues before students and faculty complain.