Acer provides 11,000 PCs to Jordanian schools
International PC vendor Acer will supply the Jordanian Ministry of Education with 11,000 computers to support an ambitious program of modernization across all Jordanian schools. The Kingdom installed 40,000 computers for schools in 2001 and this new deal brings the latest PCs to its campaign to spread the educational use of computer technology.
This order for 11,000 PCs includes an earlier deal for 2,000 PCs signed with Acer, the deployment of which will commence soon. Acer’s authorized channel partner in the region, CEB will provide the schools with after-sales services and training as required. The purchase of the new computers is part of a coordinated drive by the Ministry of Education to establish a modern infrastructure for Jordan’s schools.
Established in 1976, Acer is among the world's top ten branded PC vendors. Acer employs marketing and service operations across Asia-Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas, supporting dealers and distributors in over 100 nations. Established in 1992, Acer Computer (M.E.) Ltd. has over 100 employees servicing the IT requirements of over 50 countries in the Middle East, Africa and the sub-continent, Acer Computer (M.E.) Ltd. has its own facility in the Jebel Ali Free Zone. — (menareport.com)
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