Lazio university residences increasingly connected with 164 access points

Lazio university residences increasingly connected with 164 access points
Lazio university residences increasingly connected with 164 access points
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Lazio Region: students increasingly connected thanks to the new 164 access points installed in the DiSCo residences, Regional Body for the Right to Education and Knowledge. University students who have won accommodation will thus have free, secure and ultra-fast access to the Internet.

With a view to improving services for the student population, DiSCo in recent years has started a process of updating and strengthening the wireless network to ensure greater performance and usability of the service both in the internal and external spaces of its university residences and offices. . The project, in this last phase, involved a total investment of 110,707.80 euros, allowing the installation of 164 access points that are added to the 169 access points installed in the first phase (investment 145,000 euros) for a total of 333 new access point and a total investment of over 255,000.00 euros.

The centralized management of the hardware will guarantee maximum safety of the connections, while the use of latest generation radio devices, in addition to improving the service, will take care of respect for health and the environment.

The devices chosen are able to operate both at the 5 Gigahertz frequency and at the now historic 2.4 Gigahertz frequency and can be remotely monitored and configured through a cloud control panel that allows more efficient and effective management.

Each access point is able to manage up to 100 users at the same time, guaranteeing high connection quality and a smooth internet connection even in streaming mode.

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