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Delivering Low Cost Computing to Kenya School and Institutions

13 Jun
Delivering Low Cost Computing to Kenya School and Institutions

Providing computers and Internet access to Kenya’s 5,000 schools and over 4 million students is a challenge. In addition to the familiar issue of acquiring computers with limited educational budgets, schools in Kenya. Africa have additional infrastructure challenges, including a lack of skilled technical personnel, the need for increased protection from theft, and classroom electrical upgrades to support networks of computers.
With hardware from ThinGlogabal .We are looking into offering schools in Kenya and Africa a viable classroom computing solution. As a result, schools our key objective in our pilot is for provision of up to seven students with a full desktop experience (monitor, mouse, and keyboard) for each computer.The schools have fewer systems to buy and maintain, reduced power requirements, and the systems can be securely stored in a server room.

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Posted by on June 13, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

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