Shared computing advanced in Africa

  NComputing, Inc. has announced a program intended to reach every African country's school system with the benefits of shared computing.
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NComputing, Inc. has announced a program intended to reach every African country's school system with the benefits of shared computing.

The Catalyst program matches entrepreneurs with local schools to enable sustainable development of low-cost computing, bringing low-cost, high-performing computing to millions more African children. As part of this program, NComputing will offer no-cost products, training, and support to Education Ministries, NGOs, and qualified local technology partners.

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