Primary education

Connectivity solutions that empower digital learning.

The times have changed. And as education accelerates the digital learning transition, CommScope is committed to bridging the digital divide by providing the most reliable school networks made simple and adaptable for connectivity to your home, campus, and community.

5 phases of the transition to digital learning

Rich Nedwich, Global Director for Education at CommScope, shares with us how connectivity is enhancing education delivery and how (especially primary and secondary) schools are dealing with the pandemic across the world.

Challenges and opportunities on the path to the Digital Learning Transition


5 Phases of Digital Learning Transition

K-12 districts and schools are strategizing around the implementation and deployment of digital learning environments. Where are you on the Phases of digital learning transition?

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School Bus Wi-Fi

CommScope has developed a simple and reliable connectivity kit to help educators address the technical challenges of deploying school bus Wi-Fi.

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Webinar Series – Connectivity in Distance Learning

There is a fundamental shift taking place in education and school districts and Network administrators have been forced to evaluate their current infrastructure as they determine how to support in-person and virtual learning during the current and post pandemic environment.

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Private Networks and CBRS

Private LTE networks enable school districts to address communication challenges that only a dedicated, secure, ultra-high-quality network can reliably support. Learn how the RUCKUS CBRS LTE portfolio can help build your own private LTE network.

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Converged wired and wireless

CommScope networks simplifies life for IT, while enabling them to deliver exceptional user experiences. Learn more about the CommScope products and SaaS offerings.

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Our US-based E-rate program provides discounts on eligible telecommunications, Internet access, and internal connections to eligible K-12 schools and public libraries. Learn more about E-Rate and the eligible products and services offered by CommScope.

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  • Solution Brief: eSports is the new athletics

    Some schools are building an eSports lab or practice facility. Have gaming computers, headsets and peripherals? Then you can run eSports games. Hosting an eSports match or tournament, however, requires more preparation. Here’s what you’ll need to think about
  • Case Study: Novato Unified School District

    Reopening up Novato Schools with RUCKUS Wi-Fi and Cloud Management Opens More Possibilities
  • Case Study: Victor Central School District - Digital Learning Goes Districtwide

    Victor Central School District (VCSD) is a suburban school district located approximately 12 miles outside of Rochester, New York. The district serves 4,500 students from pre-K through 12th grade and has 600 of staff. Dealing with an aging network, VCSD needed to future proof its infrastructure.
  • Case Study: Fairfax County Public Schools - Embracing BYOD via Cloudpath Enrollment System

    Shelton saw an opportunity to extend the educational use of technology beyond district-owned assets and onto student-owned devices. The potential benefits to this new model, which became known as Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD), were numerous. Technology would no longer be something hidden off in a lab; it would be in every student’s pocket. The educational use of technology would no longer be time-boxed by class periods, and the availability of such technology would no longer be limited to the district’s IT assets. In essence, the educational experience would be available anytime, anywhere on any device.
  • Case Study: Forest Hills Public School District - Provides a Secure and Reliable Network, Cloudpath delivers BYOD security

    Building the wireless classroom requires reliable 802.11ac Wi-Fi to boost student achievement. The deployment consists of close to 1,000 indoor APs throughout the district. The RUCKUS R500 family of APs (2x2:2 802.11ac) were deployed in the secondary schools, the H500 family of APs (wall-mounted 802.11ac) were placed in smaller areas such as offices and the R700 family of APs (4x4:4 802.11ac) were placed across the elementary schools.
  • Case Study: Summit Public Schools - Elevating The Classroom Experience With End-to-end Networking

    Reliable, high-performing Wi-Fi is becoming a necessity both inside and outside the classroom. Students are carrying more devices, aided by the schools themselves, which now are providing not just books and binders, but laptops and tablets. All those devices need to be well-connected for digital learning to work. But great connections aren’t enough—it’s essential to have a secure device authentication in place, too. Summit Public Schools was struggling with this very challenge. Devices constantly had to be re-authenticated to the network; this slowed down learning initiatives. The IT department needed something better.


Lessons Learned from Real-Work Deployment
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RUCKUS Network Differentiators: What RUCKUS can do to take your network to the next level
Switches, Structured Cabling and Management
Better Together: Wired and Wireless Network Design
Partnering with Soter Technologies To Create an IoT Solution to Vaping
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How to Design the RUCKUS Digital-Ready Campus
Connect your school to the eSports boom
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