About the Project
The institute’s research mandate is very broad and includes IT issues in the social sciences, education, and the arts as well as engineering and computer science. This advances IT “imagineering” to change the realms of both leisure and sciences.
Because this facility is dedicated to the research of information technology, it became top priority of the university’s IT department to be selective with their vendors to design and install a flexible communications infrastructure to handle all the bandwidth and speed needed for each aspiring project. “Because of the uncertainty of who would be in the building at any point in time and cabling requirements they would want, we needed to make sure that the pathways, cabling and active electronics would deliver flexibility for many types of networking applications,” notes Garrett Hildebrand, NACS network planner...
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