Higher Education

The post-COVID lockdown campus presents multiple communications challenges that can be solved using a private mobile network. Even though students and faculty are back on campus, remote learning behaviors haven’t gone away and are putting more stress on existing wireless networks. New use cases such as virtual reality in the classroom, research projects using drones and live video, and AI workloads in the classroom would all benefit greatly from enterprise mobile technology. At the same time, mobile coverage is mandatory everywhere campus – indoor and outdoor – from both a public safety and continued operations perspective. Highway 9 Mobile Cloud can address modern communications requirements across campus and connect students, faculty and research like never before.

Campus-wide coverage​

Highway 9 Mobile Cloud, when deployed across the campus, enables faculty, students and staff to communicate and access information whenever needed. Students will be able to reliably access help desk resources or get help anywhere during public safety issues. A combination of indoor and outdoor coverage can enable blue poles and surveillance cameras to be remote with ease of connectivity, removing dead zones and blind-spots across campus. Asset tracking can be greatly simplified throughout campus and across outdoor IoT scenarios.


Highway 9 Mobile Cloud can help reimagine a stadium experience using the latest advancements in private mobile networking. It can deliver AR/VR experiences from the field to share with audiences in-stadium and remote everywhere. It can enable priority wireless inside a congested stadium to provide executive suites with a premium experience even during the busiest events. Visiting teams and coaches can easily roam onto mobile network to securely communicate on and off the field. Point-of-sale systems can be easily deployed on an isolated cellular network to simplify the scope of required PCI compliance.

AI & VR in research labs

Highway 9 Mobile Cloud is the ideal solution to meet the new types of research requirements that are pushing campus wireless to the limit in terms of predictable latency and resilience. As opposed to Wi-Fi, cellular technology can provide the reliable quality of service required for AI workloads using edge compute, the high-definition video used by drones, and for various automated processes used in modern research labs.