Maybe you just found out there is one day related to wireless, the day “World Wi-Fi Day” with the theme “Connecting the Un Connected” on June 20, 2020. Of course as one of the Aruba Network internet service providers also celebrate.
In the past 20 years Wi-Fi was created (precisely 1997), many may ask why you want or need Wi-Fi. But now wifi is very important for the world and can not be imagined if there is no wifi.
We know that nowadays wifi has changed from being an ordinary technology to a necessity. Especially during this pandemic where wifi is really needed to do something good to study and connect with family, friends, school, to work. At the moment, the impact on education is unprecedented.
Continuation of New Normal with Aruba Network
“Based on UNESCO estimates from early May 2020, schools and universities in nearly 180 countries remain closed, with more than 1.3 billion students affected by K-12 and Higher Education. In the US, nearly 54 million K-12 students cannot be physically attend their public or private schools, and they are not expected to do so for some time. “
In this article we will discuss about the celebration of the Aruba Network wifi day and technology to make the world a better place and make education accessible to all students.
Here are some of our latest favorite stories that focus on innovative solutions for education, students, teachers, families and citizens. District School Responses to Pandemic Bring WiFi Access to Community By Thomas Rice, Director of Technology for Bentonville Schools.
For example in the Bentonville Arkansas Aruba Network the school district supports 18,000 students on 22 campuses and 142 miles. When the school was closed because COVID-19, the Bentonville School shifted to a digital education platform in one day and quickly used an existing outdoor WiFi solution for learning – and was also open to serving the wider community.
Pandemic Spurs Drive up for Online Education By Ted Koubiar, Senior Director of Surgery and Network Services, California State University, Sacramento
Sacramento State University is a very diverse one in the Western US and serves more than 31,000 students, with a total of 1,700 faculty and 1,200 staff on a 300-acre campus. Only within 2 weeks of cross-ministerial collaboration after the University president called for a shift to online courses, students began to access and work on their lectures comfortably through the new Wi-Fi drive-in research zone in 5 of the 6 recent floors parking structure formed.
For in Indonesia, you can contact NetData or visit the NDS.id website which provides various wifi products from the complete Aruba Network.