As an education technology leader, you’re faced with providing a technology infrastructure that can support a rapidly changing learning paradigm. The successful implementation of educational technology advancements relies heavily on the underlying broadband infrastructure. However, too often these broadband networks are still leveraging legacy network technologies and architecture developed before the digitization of the classroom and recent advancements in educational technology.
Watch Daniele Loffreda from Ciena and Aarti Bhatnagar from EducationSuperHighway to find out how changes in education will require changes in your network, and answer:
- What are the biggest Ed Tech bandwidth drivers?
- How will a lack of bandwidth impact the delivery of education, and the success of new initiatives?
- What options are available, and best for your school district?
Learn how educational technology, predictive modeling, and data security concerns are impacting your network, and which new options will ensure your network makes the grade.
Daniele Loffreda is Senior Advisor, Healthcare and SLED Industries. Daniele has more than 20 years of experience in helping organizations leverage information, Communications and Technology solutions to better serve their constituents and improve their operations. For the past ten years he has led initiatives that enable the healthcare sector to integrate people, processes and data in order to enhance the patient and provider experience, make their operations more efficient and reduce cost. He is also a volunteer administrator at the Collin County Adult Clinic, where is helping volunteer providers, nurses and support staff adapt transition to an EHR environment to serve the indigent population of the community.
Aarti serves as the leader and main point of contact for EducationSuperHighway’s district fiber consulting projects. She works directly with districts to upgrade their network and provide them with high bandwidth, low cost solutions.
Prior to working with EducationSuperHighway, Aarti was a Senior Associate in PwC’s NYC Advisory practice working on customer experience strategies for Fortune 500 companies. She graduated with a B.A. in Economics and a Minor in Global Poverty and Practice from UC Berkeley. Aarti is a 2014-2015 Education Pioneers Data Analyst Fellow and is so happy to have been placed at EducationSuperHighway. In her free time, she enjoys singing, exploring cities, watching musicals, and making new friends.