UC-Wireless at SABC Education African Eduweek 2014 expo [ITWeb]
(ITWeb Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) UC-Wireless, which was named exhibitor of the week by African EduWeek, will be exhibiting as part of African EduWeek 2014 expo at the Sandton Convention Centre, stand number E12.
UC-Wireless has been operating since 2002. This Johannesburg-based company, with a branch in Cape Town, specialises in the distribution of complete solutions of wireless integrated communication systems offering a selection of tools and solutions for anything wireless in an array of industry segments, one of the rapidly growing and "in need" sectors being education.
UC-Wireless operates throughout South Africa, Africa and Middle East as the sole Africa distributor for Amcom Software comprising wireless device messaging, alarm and event monitoring and management systems; the Africa and Middle East distributor for Spectralink comprising IP DECT wireless phone and conference phone systems; the Africa and Middle East distributor for Sagittar comprising carrier grade microwave communication links, IP radio and wireless links and terminals; and the Africa partner for Ruckus Wireless comprising high-density enterprise WiFi solutions.
The company has a specialised vertical offering for the education sector and has identified the high demand for enterprise WiFi and e-learning solutions. With in-depth knowledge, skill and expertise alongside a true understanding of the business dynamics of schools, their assurance to educational institutions is that they deploy only credible, viable solutions with an underwritten guarantee. UC-Wireless boasts an extensive high success rate and track record of implementing various schools' WiFi network solutions and also supplies value- added WiFi supported technology, which includes Breadbin Digital Content Library, DisplayNote Collaboration software, and Exinda WAN Optimisation technology. Through offering a specific range of products and professional expertise, UC-Wireless is able to deliver a solution focused offering to the market as well as work with various partners in these markets.
African EduWeek is the premier education exhibition in South Africa and the must-attend event for all education professionals wanting to learn more about the latest classroom innovations, technologies and products, as well as gain practical skills to take home and implement directly into their institutions.
Products to look forward to at UC-Wireless stand are:
The Breadbin – This is a central offline, locally hosted digital library of educational resource and CAPS aligned content, offering educators and learners access to an array of educational content at a touch of a button. The Breadbin can be deployed on a school's network, making this information available to teachers at the school via a professionally set up onsite WiFi network, which does not require Internet to access it. Just as a breadbin with fresh bread, your valuable educational information and resources will all be stored in this one, well organised digital library, that is continuously and freshly updated with the latest information.
Display Note – This is a powerful teacher-student collaboration solution. It allows the content presented by someone to be displayed live and concurrently across all tablets and participating PCs on a WiFi network in the environment, even if the tablet is not in the same physical class. Students receive screenshots of the presentation as it happens and are each able to make their own personal notes on the content presented. The audio from the presentation is also presented, so anyone not actually in the classroom or present at the presentation can still hear the presenter. The unique cloud version allows for the students and teacher to be apart from one other, which facilitates distance learning with the use of the Internet.
Exinda – This is an edge cache Internet accelerator and bandwidth prioritisation and optimisation solution. In essence, this means the solution stores the Internet content downloaded by the users on the network so that if it is requested again, there is no need to use the Internet again in order to retrieve it. Instead it sends this information from its local storage, thereby saving Internet bandwidth for increased capacity and performance, and importantly, lowering cost. Furthermore, Exinda can prioritise the Internet usage based on the policies it contains about what is more important or aligned with the intended use of the Internet for an organisation, and is able to report accurately on the nature and extent of Internet use per person.
EdUCation Station – UC-Wireless offers this as a starter bundle of its fully-fledged enterprise WiFi that can be deployed and expanded at a school over time. This allows for a school to start off using the same reliable WiFi initially and benefit from all the advantages that other sites have without wasting money on cheaper, inappropriate WiFi.
UC-Wireless operates in a number of vertical markets and therefore offers solutions to not only the educational sector but also other vertical markets such as healthcare, retail, warehousing, hospitality, mining, casino/gaming, production/ industrial and enterprise.
With the explosion of wireless adoption, UC-Wireless is well positioned to take Africa to the next level. For more information, visit the UC-Wireless stand E12 at the SABC Education African EduWeek expo on 10 and 11 July 2014 or go to http://www.uc-wireless.com (http://www.uc-wireless.com).
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