Network Nebraska and Arizona’s Sun Corridor Network join a new, streamlined program to provide secure eduroam WiFi for their K-12, library, and museum constituents.
WASHINGTON, D.C., July 8, 2021 – Internet2 announced today the launch of the eduroam Support Organizations, aimed at enabling regional and state-wide organizations in deploying eduroam to K-12 schools, libraries, and museums. Network Nebraska and the Sun Corridor Network are the newest eduroam Support Organizations following a successful pilot program with the Utah Education and Telehealth Network (UETN).
“eduroam is our most popular service institution across the research and higher education community here in the US, and many of our connectors saw great opportunity in scaling the service and expanding access to eduroam across community anchor institutions,” said Sara Jeanes, eduroam product manager at Internet2. “We’ve designed eduroam support organizations based on a successful pilot program to provide tailored features that include a scalable deployment model, training, resources, and ongoing support to build the expertise of the broader research and education community.”