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Unlocking Knowledge — Everywhere, for Everyone

Today, education is ever-more personalized, ever-more hybrid. With new digital models emerging across the board — in classrooms, research labs, and administrative offices — intelligence and the cloud are increasingly critical, supported by fresh innovations in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) that are utterly transforming the education industry.

In this area of endeavor reaching back millennia — to Confucius, perhaps history's first private tutor, making its way through ancient Greece and Rome to the current day — the future of intelligent, digital education has arrived.

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Real-World Success

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  • Education 6 solutions industries black educationEsprit University
  • Education 6 solutions industries black educationAATVET
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    "The improvement in the network experience has been quite obvious. Now, our teachers can interact with students online — no matter where they are physically located without suffering network interruptions or packet loss. This has definitely accelerated our intelligent education revolution and allows us to explore ever more creative teaching methods. "


    ——Ehab Eid, Head of Information Technology Infrastructure
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    Esprit, Tunisia’s leading private engineering university has more than 7000 teachers and students. Remarkably, each year, more than 15% of Tunisia’s newly-qualified engineers graduate from Esprit and it is one of the main universities in the country where major vendors are actively growing their ICT ecosystems.

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    Alage Agricultural, Technical, Vocational, and Educational Training College (AATVET), located in Addis Ababa, is affiliated with the Ethiopian Ministry of Education, and oversees Ethiopia’s 331 governmental and private technology and vocational schools and training institutions. AATVET aims to increase knowledge and expertise, create jobs, reduce poverty, and promote national economic growth through vocational education and technical training.