K-12: Get an E-Rate Ready High-Capacity Network That Self-Tunes
What’s disrupting your students’ learning experiences? Network connectivity has been frustratingly unreliable for K-12 schools for too long now – riddled with weak coverage, low-performance capacity, and complexities. It’s time to welcome reliable, high-performance coverage and capacity to every classroom.
K-12 schools simply want a network that works. One that is:
- Reliable: Built from Day 0 for the capacity and density of a school.
- Secure: Zero trust built-in to protect student minors and their data from malicious actors
- Simple: Deliver your network as a service (NaaS)
All eligible under E-Rate.
Join VP of World Wide Channels, Vivek Khemani, and E-Rate expert, Jim Kerr, to see how you can get a complete and unified wired and wireless system completely as a service from Nile.
Let us work with you on your E-Rate bid.
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VP, World Wide Channels, Nile
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