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Lecture Halls with High Quality Wireless Network

Aalto ITS has increased the capacity of wireless networks in lecture halls and the number of free power sockets have been calculated.

This information will help a user to choose the best classroom for big events or for electronic teaching. Information on Inside: WLAN capacity in classrooms

You will find more detailed information on the Asio booking system, please read also how to book Aalto spaces at  https://inside.aalto.fi/display/encas/Facility+bookings.

Aalto ITS will improve wireless infrastructure further during this year. More information about Aalto facilities you will get by emailing to [email protected].

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