LoiLoNote School Data Transmission Speed (Network Requirements)
LoiLoNote School uses the method of storing data in the cache area once downloaded, rather than downloading it all the time.
As long as it is within the cache area determined by the user, the data stored on the device is used, so there is no pressure on bandwidth.
In addition, all cards on the notebook are thumbnail links, so downloading of the original does not occur unless the card is opened.
Students will only open cards on random access, so the network load is distributed.
The system is designed so as not to overwhelm network bandwidth. Asynchronous cache type download method is used.
As mentioned above, it is difficult to give a general answer because it depends on how the card is used.
However, we believe that 1 Mbps is sufficient for the use of a single device.
LoiLoNote School 1 Mbps per unit (uplink and downlink)
YouTube (HD720p quality) 2.5 Mbps/ 1 unit
NHK for School 0.7 Mbps/ 1 unit
Chromebook 0.5 Mbps/ 1 unit
Remote class implementation (videoconferencing) 2.0 Mbps/ 1 unit
Number of Sessions
It depends on how LoiLoNote School is used, but on average it will be about 100 per unit.
If http/2 is available, the number of TCP connections will be less than this.
(Please note that there are cases where http/2 cannot be used if Proxy such as i-FILTER is used.
Please also refer to the following document from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) regarding network operation for realization of the GIGA School Concept.