Q&A: Speed and storage support mobile technology in K-12 classrooms
The pandemic, which has accelerated the use of technology in K-12 schools, has also changed the way that technology is consumed. Today’s educators are using more apps to facilitate student learning in remote environments. Students access richer images and larger video files for education.
This instruction method takes up space and bandwidth on a device. Slow speeds and a lack of storage can hamper learning and frustrate students and teachers.
According to Rahul Sandil, Global Marketing Manager for the Commercial Products Group at Micron Technology, and Jonathan Weech, Director of Product Line Management for the Commercial Products Group at Micron.
“There’s a good chance there’s Micron technology in something you touch and use every day that helps you store your stuff,” Weech says.
Weech and Sandil share with EdTech how memory – primarily dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) – and storage products, including portable solid state drives, support a more powerful and mobile approach to learning in a modern educational landscape.
LEARN MORE: Find solutions for more powerful educational technology products from Micron.