Schools in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh have deployed NComputing virtual desktop technology, which distributes the power of a PC across a number of users, NetworkWorld reports. The project, commissioned in November, aimed to bring computer training and e-learning to 5,000 government schools with 1.8 million students. Four months later, the schools each have been equipped with a computer lab with the hardware and software, trained instructors, and a reliable power supply, NComputing said Feb. 23. PCs currently in the market are so powerful that the vast majority of students only use a small fraction of the computer's capacity,...

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