Educators and K12 IT Directors are running a race against time to deliver increased bandwidth to all buildings on campuses while extending the their network edge all the way to the desk. Wireless access points are the primary means of distributing Ethernet in classrooms. With mandates to support wireless laptops and pads, IT professionals are stressing budgets to build Ethernet networks with conventional high cost products. With disruptively priced wireless products from Ubiquiti and TP-Link, educators are empowered to deliver enterprise class networks at a fraction of last year's budget and provide services never before possible. WiFi antennas and wifi extenders can increase wireless signal in underserved areas of schools, while TP-Link access points can distribute additional signal for bandwidth hungry applications.