Internet access of your school district: How do I calculate my school or school district’s Internet access bandwidth per user?

To calculate your school district’s bandwidth per 1000 users, simply divide the total Internet access bandwidth your district receives by the total number of users (students and staff). For example if your district receives 2000 Mbps of Internet and has 1500 users, your bandwidth per user would be 1.33 Mbps/user (2000mbps / 1500 users = 1.33 Mbps/user). Multiply your answer by 1000 to approximate the appropriate selection, which in this case would be 1000 Mbps (1 Gbps) per 1000 users.

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