Huawei's solution not only helped the campus on the IT management level but also elevated the learning and teaching experience for students and faculty.

Bruce MckenzieActing Vice-Chancellor

In the face of ever-changing ICT technologies, such as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), cloud computing, and big data, Lincoln University near Christchurch, New Zealand, needed a modern campus network to better serve teachers and students. After careful study and a comparison of multiple vendors, the university chose to deploy Huawei's agile campus network.

With roots in agriculture and environmental engineering, the university last upgraded its network system in 2004 when the school's legacy network had become outdated. Despite being relatively modern, it lacked the bandwidth and functionality to handle 21st century operating requirements due in large part to limited wireless coverage, major issues with signal interference, and complicated network policies that created a difficult O&M environment.

Huawei built an agile campus network for the Lincoln University of New Zealand. This improves the campus network users' wired access bandwidth by 10 times and wireless access bandwidth by 100 times, and reduces the network maintenance workload by more than 50%.

With Huawei's help, Lincoln University now has one of the most efficient and reliable network solutions in New Zealand. Now more than ever, Lincoln is better equipped to fulfill their mission to create a more sustainable future for the planet.

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