BYU Property Rolls Out Personal Wireless Network for Each Student

by Katie Sloan

Provo, Utah Internet service provider Innflux says this service will set the bar in the industry.

The Village at South Campus Provo, Utah — Individual wireless networks are among the numerous amenities at the Village at South Campus near Brigham Young University, a 944-bed community that opened in August. Peak Capital Partners, a developer, owner and manager of student housing properties, selected Innflux to provide Internet access. The company came up with a solution it says will set the bar for the industry.

“With a bed count surpassing 900, the property-wide network needed to be robust, but also intelligently designed to ensure efficient and consistent functionality for all residents and guests at all hours,” said Innflux co-CEO, Brian O’Connor.

The Innflux solution employs enterprise-grade hardware with Innflux’s proprietary software and configurations to allow residents to roam throughout the property while maintaining secure, encrypted wireless data transfers on individual private networks, according to the company.

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