U.S. schools need more bandwidth for next-gen education

05/22/2012 | Network World

America's schools will need faster access to the Internet in the future as more next-generation broadband education initiatives -- such as high-definition video streaming and remote learning -- come online, according to the State Educational Technology Directors Association. A recent report from the group predicts that by 2014, the average school will need at least 100 Mbps of capacity for every thousand users, and recommends scaling to 1 Gbps per thousand by 2017.

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