“We’re pleased to be working with our partner Waseela on this important project,” saidJeff Gould, Redline’s senior vice president of global sales and marketing. “Seeing our products used to advance education is especially rewarding and we’re happy that our commitment to delivering the most rugged, reliable and powerful wireless products on the market has resulted in this great opportunity.”
The project will be funded by Jordan’s government as a part of an Information Communications Technology (ICT systems centered program. Almost 1.5 million students and 80,000 teachers will benefit from video conferencing capabilities and infrastructure that supports online exams.
Additionally, the network will support an electronic monitoring and protection system to monitor facilities.
In the past, Redline has worked with education, government and public safety networks across the globe.
The program is expected to be complete by the third quarter of 2016.
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