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Texas district goes wireless

 Motorola today announced that Keller Independent School District has implemented their wireless network solution to enable high-quality video and digital media applications from SAFARI Montage.
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Motorola today announced that Keller Independent School District has implemented its wireless network solution to enable high-quality video and digital media applications from SAFARI Montage.

Keller, made up of 36 schools, serves more than 30,000 students in Texas. The district is expanding its visual teaching capabilities as part of a broader e-learning initiative. By implementing its wireless network infrastructure, Keller can deliver digital educational content anytime, anywhere to any device, whether it's the teacher's computer, a laptop or a mobile device.

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