Critical Links Education Appliance is Now Available in the Chinese Language

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Chinese schools can now use the advanced features of the Education Appliance to create courses, plan lessons and to implement school-wide internet security and monitoring in the native language.

Education Appliance in the Classroom

Education Appliance in the Classroom

We are excited to support Critical Links in bringing Chinese language capability to this comprehensive server offering for the local market.

- Peter Chen, Education Market Platforms Group, Intel China

Critical Links, a pioneer in delivering Information & Communications Technology (ICT) infrastructure solutions for School 2.0 - the next-generation of schools, is pleased to announce today that a Chinese language version of the Critical Links Education Appliance (EA) is now available as an integrated server platform or a stand-alone software solution. This new release is in response to customer feedback.

The Education Appliance currently supports English, Spanish, Portuguese and French. With the introduction of Chinese language support as a standard feature, the Education Appliance can now provide comprehensive 1:1 learning, IT/networking and school administration capabilities to Chinese-language schools world-wide. The new user interface allows Chinese students and teachers to collaborate and learn in their native language and the school/IT staff to configure the local school network and security without external assistance.

The Critical Links’ Education Appliance is the world’s first fully integrated, scalable, comprehensive solution for schools that combines 21st century learning, networking and administration capabilities on a single integrated server. It has been deployed at over 1200 schools in the world’s largest school modernization program and this platform has been recognized with numerous industry awards. Critical Links is an active member of the Intel® Learning Series Alliance.

“Critical Links’ Education Appliance, part of the Intel Learning Series, is an essential component in the deployment of 1:1 e-learning infrastructure at schools. We are excited to support Critical Links in bringing Chinese language capability to this comprehensive server offering for the local market,” said Peter Chen, Director of Platform Marketing for the Education Market Platforms Group at Intel China.

“We are excited to offer full support for the Chinese language on the Education Appliance and we are the first to offer a comprehensive School2.0 infrastructure solution in China. The Intel-powered Classmate PCs designed for the Chinese market are now working completely seamlessly with the Education Appliance and native Chinese speakers can fully leverage all the capabilities of the education appliance, without needing an English language expert,” commented Abdul Kasim, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Critical Links.

About Critical Links:
Critical Links is a pioneer in delivering innovative ICT infrastructure solutions for Schools 2.0—the next generation of Schools. Critical Links’ School 2.0 portfolio provides the learning, networking, and administration capabilities necessary for delivering a highly collaborative and interactive educational experience. In addition it also strives to dramatically simplify the administration of both the IT and data infrastructure of schools.

The Critical Links Education Appliance is the flagship product of the School 2.0 portfolio and can support up to 3000 students. It has been deployed at over 1200 schools in the world’s largest school modernization program and has been recognized with numerous industry awards.

Critical Links is an active member of the Intel Learning Series alliance and is also a Microsoft Gold Partner.

More information on the Critical Links education appliance portfolio and the School2.0 Alliance can be found at our School 2.0 portal: education.critical-links.com/PR or contact us at sales(at)critical-links(dot)com. You can also follow Critical Links School 2.0 on Twitter.

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