January 10, 2012
Critical Links Education Appliance will now enable an easy and customized access to a vast database of education related content via the Internet, while also ensuring an outstanding user experience
Critical Links, a pioneer in delivering Information & Communications Technology (ICT) infrastructure solutions for School 2.0—the next generation of schools, announced today that it is introducing ContentCloud™, a cloud-based solution to aggregate, deliver and manage best-of-breed education-related content from leading digital publishers as well as Ministries of Education developed curricula and freely available high value content.
The Cloud based solution will complement and work in conjunction with the Critical Links Education Appliance™, the world’s first purpose built education server platform, to provide schools an unprecedented level of simplicity and enhanced end user experience, while accessing appropriate media rich digital content.
“While it is well understood that digital content is becoming extremely important in delivering a compelling education experience in schools, the complexity and overhead in its delivery and management is a significant challenge. With the Critical Links’ Cloud Solution, these problems are squarely addressed and the vast library of multi-media content can be easily accessible”, commented, Antonio Alves, Director of Product Engineering at Critical Links.
Critical Links continues to develop partnerships with digital publishers in an effort to offer a best-of-breed menu of digital content to its customers worldwide. ContentCloud™ can also aggregate, deliver and manager a wide range of valuable educational resources such as Skoool, Wikipedia and Khan Academy amongst others, that are available today for free and supports a wide range of formats.
For more information on the Critical Links cloud offering, customers can contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Critical Links will also be exhibiting at the BETT 2012 Show in London, Stand E-130.
Critical Links is an active member of the Intel Learning Series Alliance and also a Microsoft OEM and Gold Partner.
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