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Episode 17: The transformative impact of Wi-Fi 6E on the University of Michigan with Ravi Pendse of the University of Michigan


The University of Michigan is the first university in the U.S to deploy Wi-Fi 6E, deploying the world’s largest Wi-Fi 6E network with more than 16,000 access points across 225 buildings and outdoor areas. In this episode, we talk to Ravi Pendse, Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer at the University of Michigan to learn more about the transformative impact of this Wi-Fi 6E deployment on campus.

Wi-Fi NOW Article: University of Michigan deploys colossal Wi-Fi 6E campus network
University of Michigan Article: U-M first in nation to offer Wi-Fi 6E; university wide accomplishment is an investment in the future

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