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THE LARGEST DIGITAL INCLUSION PROJECT FOR SCHOOLS IN THE WORLD NOW INCORPORATING SCHOOLS IN AFRICA

17 Mar

We are proud to announce our Partnership with ThinGlobal and as the only Africa Distributor with our Head office located in Nairobi Kenya.

Our Key objective would be to strive that schools in Kenya initially benefit from these huge automation opportunity which we envision will involve both public and private schools.

With the experience of implementing the Worlds largest digitalisation project with over 300,000 seats ,ThinGlobal technical expertise will come in handy for the Kenya and Africa set-up.

We are excited to be the Kenyan firm shortlisted for these ambitious venture.

Press Release
Cases of success: Ministry of Education
Now a days the digital inclusion Idea is giving proportions. Thinglobal is the first company to supply multiterminals and thin clients following the changes of the world finding more efficient solutions in IT and being ecologically responsible for reducing investments and creating digital inclusion.
With more than 20 years of experience, Thinglobal contributes in accelerating the digital inclusion process in the World. This effort is being reflected in two countries sharing the same continent – Brazil and Nicaragua. You would never imagine that these two countries have such similar challenges. In Brazil’s case the Ministry of Education decided to launch an innovative social Project. They provided a better communication and Access to technology to students in public schools in more than 5500 municipalities.
In Nicaragua´s case the Teran Foundation along with the Nicaragua`s Government accepted the challenge to accelerate the digital inclusion . The access to computers was brought to distant communities with a small number of resources. This permitted the integration in a globalized world.
The project´s concept is to offer the digital Access to students with a small number of resources, being able to enjoy the Best out of it. Even with the intention of concluding the Project, in both countries there were obstacles that were overcome.
• Logistic in computers distribution
• Nationwide customer –service
• Nonexistent Infrastructure
• Limited Budget
• Instable energy system
• Limited space within the schools
• Difficulty in accessing the school due to poor highway maintenance
• Distant school location

Results:

Today there are more 400.000 installed desktops around Brazil and we preview that by the end of 2011 these numbers will duplicate. Using Thinglobal´s SRH the ministry of education of Brazil and Teran Foundation were able to save 60% in Hardware acquisition and 80% in electricity consumption. When you add the results it is important to consider the cost reduction related to support and maintenance.
SRC´s Future:

With this vision Thinglobal develops an SRC technology focused on the reduction of operational investment and launches one more product- Multiuser PC Server.
This multiterminal solution that unifies Hardware and software enables the users to work with 10 connected stations on the same multiterminal computer. These labs are commercialized according to the customer’s need. This means to make monitor, casing, keyboard and mouse available including the Windows multipoint Server operational system pre-installed from fabric.

We are proud to announce partnership and distribution chanel with Major projects in Africa and especially Kenya.

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