Empowering Adachi Gakuen With Relay2's High-Capacity Wi-Fi Solution
Adachi Gakuen is a renowned junior high school and high school for boys, established in 1929 in Tokyo, Japan. With a strong founding spirit and a focus on independent learning and personal growth, the school aims to nurture gentle men who aspire to create a bright future and contribute to the world. Adachi Gakuen boasts a comprehensive educational program with various clubs, events, and a robust ICT environment. To enhance their technology infrastructure, the school partnered with Relay2, a leading provider of wireless networking solutions.
Adachi Gakuen had been using their existing Wi- Fi environment for five years, but the increasing demand for network capacity from teachers and students necessitated an upgrade. The school faced the following challenges:
Insufficient network capacity
The existing Wi-Fi infrastructure could no longer meet the growing demands of students and teachers.
Lack of unified services
The previous access points did not offer a unified service and operation management system, making network management complex.
Inefficient network monitoring
Troubleshooting network issues required on-site analysis, causing delays and inconveniences.
Limited backhaul network capacity
With the rising use of IT, strengthening the backhaul network infrastructure became challenging.
“Adachi Gakuen boasts a comprehensive educational program with various clubs, events, and a robust ICT environment. To enhance their technology infrastructure, the school partnered with Relay2, a leading provider of wireless networking solutions.”
To address these challenges, Adachi Gakuen deployed Relay2’s high-capacity access points and leveraged their cloud-based Wi-Fi architecture. The solution included the following components:
Relay2 AP 200 series
High-capacity Service Points with built-in storage capabilities.
Cloud-based Wi-Fi architecture with the ServiceEdge Platform
A cloud management system that allows centralized control and monitoring of the Wi-Fi network.
By implementing Relay2’s high-capacity ServicePoints and cloud-managed ServiceEdge Platform, Adachi Gakuen achieved a stress-free Wi-Fi environment.
Relay2’s collaboration with Adachi Gakuen enabled the school to overcome its Wi-Fi challenges and create a robust and efficient environment. The deployment of high-capacity access points, coupled with cloud-based management, delivered significant benefits in terms of network capacity, monitoring, and operational efficiency.