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San Joaquin County
CCSESA Region 6

Countywide Totals
1 COE
16 districts
240 schools

Connected to K12HSN via Primary Circuit

100%

COEs
1 of 1 COEs connected

73%

Districts
11 of 15 Districts connected

43%

Schools
102 of 240 Schools connected

Connection Path
San Joaquin County Office of Education connects via Carrier Ethernet (e.g. - OptiMan, MetroEthernet) [10Gbps] to Sacramento Hub

Connectivity Speeds

Bandwidth


COEs

Districts


Schools

< T-1

0
0%

0
0%

0
0%

T-1

0
0%

0
0%

12
5%

> T-1 < 10Mbs

0
0%

1
6%

1
0%

10Mbs

0
0%

0
0%

4
2%

> 10Mbs < 45Mbs

0
0%

1
6%

1
0%

45Mbs

0
0%

0
0%

18
8%

> 45Mbs < 100Mbs

0
0%

0
0%

6
3%

100Mbs

0
0%

1
6%

32
13%

> 100Mbs < 155Mbs

0
0%

0
0%

2
1%

155Mbs

0
0%

0
0%

2
1%

> 155Mbs < 1Gbs

0
0%

0
0%

2
1%

1Gbs

0
0%

8
50%

143
60%

> 1Gbs < 10Gbps

0
0%

1
6%

0
0%

10Gbps

1
100%

1
6%

2
1%

> 10Gbps

0
0%

1
6%

0
0%



The average speed of countywide site connections is > 100Mbs < 155Mbs.

San Joaquin County Districts
Banta Elementary (Schools: 3)
Escalon Unified (Schools: 8)
Jefferson Elementary (Schools: 4)
Lammersville Joint Unified (Schools: 6)
Lincoln Unified (Schools: 13)
Linden Unified (Schools: 6)
Lodi Unified (Schools: 52)
Manteca Unified (Schools: 30)
New Hope Elementary (Schools: 1)
New Jerusalem Elementary (Schools: 14)
Oak View Union Elementary (Schools: 1)
Ripon Unified (Schools: 8)
San Joaquin County Office of Education (Schools: 7)
San Joaquin County ROP (Schools: 0)
Stockton Unified (Schools: 62)
Tracy Joint Unified (Schools: 22)




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