Infian™ Donates Google Nexus Tablets to Chesterfield County Public School Teachers

Five of the popular Google Tablets Contributed to Teachers to Use in Wi-Fi Enabled Schools

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Dr. Adam Seldow, Ed.D. Executive Director of Technology, Chesterfield County Public Schools receives a donation of five Google Nexus 7 tablets from Wyndham Murray,

“Teachers can use these devices anywhere in their schools with all of the wireless coverage.”

(PRWEB) January 03, 2013

Infian, a leading information technology and security integration firm headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, is pleased to announce the contribution of five Google Nexus 7 Tablets to Chesterfield County Public Schools. Infian, formerly Wheat Systems, has been providing technology services to CCPS since 2010.

The Google Tablets were awarded to five lucky teachers among 4200 who attended a teacher instruction and training conference this fall. The teachers have been using the tablets for educational and personal purposes to help educate themselves and their students about advances in personal learning.

“We are grateful to Infian for providing these devices, which help our teachers to be more productive—and a bit cooler,” says Adam Seldow, Ed.D. Executive Director of Technology, Chesterfield County Public Schools. “This caused huge excitement with teachers—especially because they can use these devices anywhere in their schools with all of the wireless coverage.”

Infian has provided high density wireless products and access points to over sixty Chesterfield County schools, utilizing Aerohive Networks Wi-Fi solutions.

Google Nexus 7 is a mobile device produced by Google that uses the Android operating system and makes content—including e-books, music, and video—available through Google Play.

Headquartered in Richmond, Infian is one of central Virginia’s largest Information Technology consulting companies with capabilities that range from networking, wireless and security solutions to data, hardware and support. Infian was created by the merger of two well-established and accomplished technology companies: Wheat Systems Integration and Health Informatics International (HII) —a leading provider of Electronic Health Records (EHR), medical billing systems, revenue cycle management and IT services for physician offices and dialysis clinics across the US and abroad. Infian is a SWaM certified, majority woman-owned business, and in 2012 Wheat Systems/Infian was named to the prestigious Inc. 5000 list, an exclusive roll of the fastest growing companies in America.

Read this release on our blog at http://www.infian.com

For more information please contact: Dave Martin, Marketing Manager, 804-934-9370 x156, dmartin(at)infian(dot)com.