Access to reliable, high-speed communications infrastructure is essential to the success of today’s college and university campuses. It’s become integral to learning environments and helps to attract students who expect quality internet in the classroom, in their dorms, and everywhere they learn and communicate. A dedicated fiber network also supports world-class research, and can help you meet future growth and keep up with the advanced services and technologies required to connect a modern campus.
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Capacity: Students and faculty are engaging in more high-bandwidth activities, including HD video, digital textbooks, online learning and assessment, and video conferencing.
Flexibility and scalability: Universities are expected to be on the cutting edge, and need the ability to quickly adapt, expand, and evolve without the need for expensive and disruptive upgrades.
Costs: As budgets continue to be stretched and tightened, higher education institutions need affordable, sustainable, long-term solutions.
total-cost-of-ownership decision. In addition to the tremendous savings, we also appreciate the high level of service we receive.
WHY CROWN CASTLE
Expertise: We have 25 years of experience building and maintaining fiber networks for higher education customers throughout the country.
Stability: We are the last owner of our networks, and an S&P 500 company with a history of building and operating infrastructure around the country.
Our network: Our dense metro fiber footprint includes approximately 70,000 route miles of fiber, giving you more diverse paths and unique routes.
Consultation: We take the time to carefully consider all your needs and deliver a solution that meets your business requirements and opens up new opportunities.
of all cyber breaches take place in higher education. 1
of students rely on technology to study. 2
average cost to recover a single compromised US education record. 3
1. University Business, Higher Education’s Vulnerability to Cyber Attacks, September 2016
2. McGraw-Hill Education and Hanover Research, “2016 Digital Study Trends,” October 2016
3. Ponemon 2017 Cost of Data Breach Study