Westlake Village-based Xirrus, a manufacturer of Wi-Fi networking hardware, said Tuesday that it has been selected by a school district in Iowa. Size of the deal was not disclosed. Xirrus said that the Schaller-Crestland School District will use the company's products for a district-wide rollout of a Wi-Fi network. Schaller-Crestland serves the cities of Schaller, Nemaha, and Early. Xirrus develops high performance Wi-Fi arrays for providing wireless connections.