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Telecommunications


Report: E-Rate Brings Communications to 90 Percent of Low-Income Schools

Last week the Education and Libraries Networks Coalition (EdLiNC) and the National Coalition for Technology in Education and Training (NCTET) released a report detailing the impact of E-Rate 10 years and $19 billion later. The study showed a dramatic increase in access to communications technologies in schools and libraries. But the study also suggested that the mission of E-Rate is not yet complete.

Grants: Omvox Offers $500,000 for K-12 Schools

Omvox Telecom has launched a new grant allowance program for K-12 schools in the United States, offering a total of $500,000. Schools can receive up to $2,500, which can be used to fund Omvox's Alertify mass notification system.

Hatboro-Horsham Implements IP Phone System

Hatboro-Horsham School District in Pennsylvania has implemented a new IP-based phone system throughout the district. The new system, from Siemens Communications, replaces five separate systems in 11 locations throughout the district.

A World Without Wires

Whether helping to resurrect the Katrina-devastated South or upgrading educational access in districts far and wide, more affordable wireless mesh and voice networks are changing the learning environment across the nation.

VoIP to the Rescue

Faced with the challenges hampering school communications nationwide, three districts move bravely into the future with Web-based telephony.

Promoting Synchronous Interaction in an eLearning Environment

Cyber-instructors continually seek instructional tools that will hold students’ attention, and make online communications more efficient and effective.

Nortel Completes Deployments Across North America

Vermont educators come together to build a data warehouse that helps improve schools and student learning throughout the state.

Surviving a Communications Network Overhaul

A head-to-head look at how 13 antivirus solutions stack up.

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