Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) April 12, 2016
Campus Technologies Inc, a leading managed network provider and system architect of high capacity wired and wireless Internet Access networks in residential student accommodation, today announces the availability of its latest white paper on best practices for Internet delivery in student housing, addressing the need to understanding the key components of WiFi deployment success that can definitely help owners and operators make informed choices when selecting a partner to install, upgrade or operate a student housing WiFi system. This white paper is the latest in a series covering best practices for the student housing industry.
This paper explores the key factors to Student Housing WiFi success: coverage (how much usable wireless signal is available, and where); density (how many resident devices are served by a single wireless Access Point, or 'AP'); and manageability (making sure that the whole property WiFi system acts as a single, coordinated system and not just a sea of unmanaged islands of WiFi).
It also explores what happens when noise is introduced into Student Housing WiFi networks, for example when residents bring in their own WiFi equipment and connect it. This can be routers, access points or any device that gives out a strong WiFi signal. CTI's new white paper talks about the importance that your WiFi management system can identify these sources of noise so that you can eliminate them.
Download white paper at http://tinyurl.com/WiFi-CNR
ABOUT CAMPUS TECHNOLOGIES
Campus Technologies Inc. is a leading North American technology provider to both on and off campus collegiate housing. Established in 2001 it has maintained a dedicated focus on the technology needs of student residents and the owners and operators of Student Housing communities. More at http://www.campustechnologies.com