Great News: Faster Wi-Fi @ Our Libraries!

Posted on Friday, October 4, 2013 by Cupertino_Library

Have you noticed? 

The wi-fi networks at all SCCLD libraries
have been upgraded!

According to Information Systems Manager,
Sanjeev Singla, recent upgrades to our wi-fi
networks have resulted in the following
benefits for users

  • The networks are faster.
  • There is more expansive coverage at each library. 
  • The number of access points has doubled.
  • The networks' bandwith has doubled.
  • E-devices are more compatible with the networks.
  • Virtual Private Networks (VPN) are now allowed.
  • There is a user-friendly splash screen that is easier to use with the
    latest tablets and e-readers.
  • Video phone service for the deaf can be used on the Library District's 
    wi-fi networks.

The wi-fi networks are FREE for all users, and no library card is required.

Fire up your device, and try it out during your next library visit.

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