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Government agencies, hospitals and healthcare facilities, and educational environments all have unique challenges and requirements for operational success. However, these environments all have something in common: The need for reliable, high-performing Wi-Fi to ensure access to vital information as well as health and safety.


Wi-Fi has gone from nice-to-have to mission-critical.


In healthcare environments, Wi-Fi enables everything from mobile medical devices that help sustain and report on patient health, to staff communication and alarm systems, and to guest networks deployed to reduce stress and improve quality-of-life for those receiving care.

K-12 and higher education institutions have an immense amount of pressure to meet the Wi-Fi needs of their community. The increased demand on wireless networks to facilitate online learning and ensure an always-on connection means that Wi-Fi can essentially work for or against a school’s reputation. Students and staff need always-on connectivity, whether they’re in a building built in the 1800s or a crowded, outdoor stadium.


State agencies depend on reliable, high-performing Wi-Fi to serve and protect citizens, and these wireless networks are less defined by the types of spaces they occupy and more by security and breadth of requirements. As the number of devices and span of needs continues to grow, keeping pace while maintaining network integrity can be challenging.


Understanding and defining your network requirements is critical to the success of a Wi-Fi deployment. Ekahau tools help you accurately design a high-capacity Wi-Fi network based on your requirements and floor plans to ensure your Wi-Fi network is optimized and performing.


Ekahau provides IT organizations with solutions to design as well as optimize and troubleshoot Wi-Fi networks to limit work-stopping downtime. Whether your organization manages numerous buildings and campuses or a small facility — Ekahau has you covered.

Reach out to sales@acuitytechnical.com for more information.