FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., March 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- D-Link today announced a new Schools and Libraries E-Rate program that will allow schools to build a better infrastructure for their budget. As part of the new program, D-Link will help schools and libraries simplify the E-Rate process by preparing a technology plan, filing with E-Rate, identifying detailed costs, and receiving discounts on a variety of networking products.
"For schools, districts and libraries seeking a richer teaching and learning environment, high-speed internet access and campus connectivity are crucial," said Michael Hardy, senior vice president of business solutions, D-Link. "Through this E-Rate program, we are proud to help schools create the infrastructure they need – a network with the bandwidth to push video, web and other content for a modern academic experience."
D-Link offers a full spectrum of equipment and solutions to help build a high-speed educational environment. Alone or as part of a multi-vendor system, D-Link E-Rate Category Two-eligible products bring a broad range of network benefits, and provide school with more for their E-Rate spend. Qualifying D-Link products include:
- Switches: Wireless switches, layer 2 and 3 switches, smart switches, unmanaged switches, chassis and accessories, and switch accessories
- Wireless: Access points, unified switches, and remote wireless
- Security: VPN Routers
For more information about D-Link's new E-Rate Program, visit us.dlink.com/e-rate.
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