INNOVATIVE MICRO-CLOUD PLATFORM
THE C3 MICRO-CLOUD IS COMPRISE OF THREE MAJOR COMPONENTS:
C3 MICRO-CLOUD KEY FEATURES
Plug-and-play micro-cloud solution with powerful tools and possibilities.
Wi-Fi Access Point functionality to allow easy connection to locally cached resources.
Access your digital content instantly from a local repository.
Manages your Internet Access by profile, giving the right permissions to students and teachers.
Improve your internet speed by caching HTTP and HTTPS pages and prioritizing access by user profile.
Manages content and configuration of hundreds of schools from a central location.
Works across all educational environments (urban, remote, private and highly secure) regardless of location.
Compatible with any student device (notebooks, desktops, tablets, mobile phones, etc).
Designed for classroom use
Accommodates up to 50 students
Battery backup (optional)
or small schools
Additional network interfaces
Accommodates up to 200 students
LAN network interface (GbE)
Battery Backup (optional)
LAN interface (GbE)
Accommodates up to 1,000 students
C3 CLOUD CONTROL
The C3 Cloud Control provides a centralized, cloud-based portal for the creation, selection, curation, and distribution of content and applications that can easily be distributed to authorized C3 Micro-Cloud instances all over the world.
CONTENT AND APPLICATIONS DISTRIBUTION AND SYNCHRONIZATION
Content (such as texts, e-books, learning games, etc.) and applications (such as Moodle, Kolibri, OpenEMIS, WordPress, among others) can be distributed to authorized C3 Micro-Clouds. When updating existing content and applications, C3 Cloud Control can synchronize only the portions that have been changed, keeping bandwidth low and performance high. Updated learning materials and learning applications are valuable tools to enrich the e-Learning process and are always available for more dynamic and engaging classes – even in the most remote environments.
Once content is selected, the centralized administration can package and upload this to the C3 Cloud Control repository. Further, different packages can be defined based upon the type of school or classroom, yet still centrally curated and managed. This centralized paradigm isn’t just for content, but for systems-level management, security policies, etc.
Whenever a connection is available from a local C3 Micro-Cloud, it is possible to remotely access the device, apply custom configurations and do remote maintenance and check for updates, new content, etc. This allows an entire region to change/edit the content any time, anywhere, and know that it will sync whenever the micro-cloud next connects.
Both Foundation LMS and Moodle LMS can be managed from the central C3 Cloud portal, and leverage centrally curated content and policies.
For Teachers, an LMS provides a way to organize content, give out assignments, and track results. It has become an essential tool in class planning and execution.
For Students, the LMS is also key, as it’s their constant guide through the learning process as to what is their next step, what resources are available to assist in their learning experience and to keep students and teachers ‘in sync’ with regards to the digital learning process.
ARE YOUR STUDENTS WORTH A PENNY PER DAY?
Access to internet and digital technology helps students to succeed in education, in their future jobs and in their lives. However, in many cases, schools are in challenging environments with lack of adequate infrastructure and internet connectivity, and students don’t have access to more interactive classes with richer content and resources - leaving them at a huge disadvantage compared to those who have all the answers just a mouse-click-away.
But the C3 Micro-Cloud changes that – anywhere, anytime!
The C3 Micro-Cloud creates a true e-learning environment regardless internet connectivity or infrastructure. By leveraging C3 Micro-Clouds in your school, students have a better opportunity to achieve excellence in education and in their future jobs. This only costs a penny per student per day. Are your students worth a penny?