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Show Stopper—CTL on Connected Chromebooks


CTL, a global cloud-computing solution leader for education, will present at the upcoming Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) conference in Miami, Florida, on Tuesday, April 9, at 11:45 a.m. on the topic of “What’s Next in Connected Chromebooks: 5G and Private Wireless Networks.” The session will be presented in partnership with Google and the Murray City School District, Utah.

The interactive session with CTL and Google leadership will share new developments for ChromeOS and connected Chromebooks with a focus on next-generation 5G capability, private wireless network (PWN) support, and new features to better manage eSIM and carrier profiles. Murray City School District will share how they deployed a private wireless network with connected Chromebooks to improve digital access for all. The discussion will also include the future roadmap for connected Chromebooks. Attendees will learn and contribute to making connected Chromebooks financially sustainable, environmentally responsible, and simpler to administer for all schools.

Presenters include:

  • Erik Stromquist, CEO, CTL Corporation
  • Mike Manahay, VP of Business Development and Government Affairs, CTL Corporation
  • Ibrahim Ferouz, Product Manager, Google
  • Jason Eyre, Technology Department Coordinator, Murray City School District

CTL will also exhibit at the show in booth 22.

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