Colleges use data analytics to improve network performance

With its Translational Data Analytics Institute and robust data analytics major for undergraduate students, Ohio State has grown its data analytics know-how to create solutions with industry and educate a much-needed workforce. It’s also increasingly utilizing data analytics to manage and optimize its wireless network, which has 12,500 access points and processes up to 12 million authentications a day.

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