Technology integrator Bond Communications has donated Waynamakan, Arabic for ‘anywhere’, a GPRS/GSM wireless laptop to the Lebanese Institution for the Blind (LIB). The donation is an attempt by Bond to develop the blind’s information technology (IT) education.
Launched by Bond, the Waynmakan enables users with anywhere to anywhere (A2A) mobile wireless office package offering GSM connectivity with built in mobile, fax, video, email, internet and SMS facilities. “Being totally wireless and easy to set up as a mobile telephone, the Waynmakan has added benefits to the visually impaired. Installing customized voice activated bilingual software for the blind, the laptop will be fully adaptable for the user in any working environment,” said Chief Executive Officer of Bond Communications, Nicholas Mobayed.
Bond Communications is a division of Bond Trading, which has regional presence in the Middle East and Levant. Bond Communications is a low current technology provider/integrator in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries.
Established in 1989, Bond Communications specializes in hospitality and building automation systems, including property management systems, interactive television multimedia, video-on-demand, access control, surveillance and monitoring security, biometric solutions, LAN/WAN wireless solutions, telecommunications, information technology, networking and professional audio visual solutions.
LIB, the Lebanese institution for the blind is a private charity organization that takes care of and rehabilitates the blind and focuses primarily on integrating the blind people in the society. It is engaged solely in the social and humanitarian work and is not involved in any political activities. — (menareport.com)
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