K-12 school districts may be more ready for 5G use cases in education than they realize. Although the IT infrastructure of many schools needs updating, 5G offers greater flexibility than 3G and 4G. Buildings that are too old for a new wired internet infrastructure might be ripe for wireless 5G connectivity.
The bigger expense will be providing devices that will get optimal use from the 5G network. Older devices will still work, but they won't be able to take advantage of the 5G connection. Luckily, many new devices are 5G capable, making it easier to obtain compatible technology. New devices might replace the textbook budget. With 5G use cases in education, books and other learning tools can be accessed online, and students would be able to use continually updated resource material.
Education should be at the cutting edge of technology to offer children a robust learning environment. Introducing 5G in schools could open up the entire world.
Discover the benefits that were realized when this Cleveland school became the first to receive Verizon 5G.