Our popular competition is back and is bigger than ever for 2018! We have teamed up with Aerohive to bring you their new 802.11ax (WiFi 6) wireless technology for your education institution. This fantastic 802.11ax (WiFi 6) wireless solution is worth over £20,000! And will ensure that you are one of the first institutions with this solution, providing the very best in connectivity and mobility for your students!
And it’s so simple to enter, all you need to do is complete our entry form to be in with a chance of winning! One winner will be picked at random from our entries after the closing date of Wednesday 19th December 2018. Not only do you stand a chance to win the very best in wireless technology, all qualified entries will also receive a FREE 802.11ac access point just for entering (subject to terms and conditions and limited to one per educational establishment).
Full terms and conditions available here
2017 Winners – Waddesdon C of E School, Aylesbury
Waddesdon Church of England School in Aylesbury were delighted to be the winners of our Win Big competition last year. The school’s ICT Systems and Network Manager, Duncan Purchase, said: "Waddesdon CE School was already looking at replacing a very old and outdated wireless system. We found ourselves caught between an old controller that could not operate with new equipment, and failing equipment that could not be replaced or repaired. We were absolutely delighted to have won the Win Big competition by Redway Networks and Aerohive Networks. The wireless network that Redway Networks installed is already proving to be an enhancement on our previous infrastructure with faster speeds and greater coverage. The installation and configuration were first class."
2016 Winners – Cheslyn Hay Sport and Community High School
Pupils at a secondary school in south Staffordshire are celebrating after winning a £7,000 IT upgrade that will boost their learning and development. Students at Cheslyn Hay Sport and Community High School in Cheslyn Hay, near Cannock, were successful in a competition run by technology specialists Redway Networks, based in Milton Keynes. Leigh Hayes, Director at Redway Networks, said: "We do a lot of work to keep the education industry connected and wanted to give something back. Cheslyn Hay Sport and Community High School will benefit instantly from this more-readily-available access to online tools and improved connectivity."