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The elementary schools are in an award-winning school district, following a science, technology, engineering, math and the arts (STEM) curriculum, according to the press release.At Golden Frog we own our servers, write our code, and manage our own network so we can deliver on our privacy promises and offer our users the highest levels of security and speed.Our servers are based in Switzerland for maximum user privacy and protection.“Our goal is for Walsh to become a new center of innovation for Texas and the nation.To deliver on that vision, Frog assembled a team on the forefront of infrastructure development that could imagine and design technology solutions at Walsh that treat internet connectivity as a fourth utility, requiring the same weight as a community’s need for reliable water, gas and electricity,” he said.Whether you work in-house or at a design studio, it can be a struggle to get your clients to think more like designers—while at the same time encouraging your team to understand the value those clients provide to your design process.
This talk is about how to craft successful (and fun) collaborative design sessions for your designers and internal clients.
The gigabit community internet service that Frog is building for Walsh will use Adtran’s Gigabit broadband platform.
Ten Gigabit Network Students attending the first of as many as eight planned Aledo ISD elementary schools will be among the first to benefit from the Frog ten gigabit network.
“From connected homes and autonomous cars to advanced healthcare parks and education initiatives, we are seeing a shift from providers simply delivering high-speed internet to homes, businesses, hospitals and schools,” said Mitch Fleming, Adtran VP of carrier sales.
¨Providers are now looking to offer a more holistic connection that goes beyond providing connectivity within the four walls of an establishment, but connecting these establishments to each other.
It was delivered by Principal Designer David Sherwin at the HOW Design Conference on Saturday, June 25th, 2011.