See how the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District is using laptops with Intel® processors to deliver connectivity and student-centered learning.
See how the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District is using HP laptops and Chromebooks* with Intel® processors, Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 adapters, and Google Chrome* OS to deliver consistent connectivity and student-centered learning.
See how Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District secures wireless reliability with Chromebooks* powered by Intel, which support 1:1 learning and BYOD.
Case Study: Technology leaders at Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District chose HP Chromebooks* with Intel® processors and wireless components as the platform best able to meet a wide range of K-12 requirements, and provide wireless reliability.
Case Study: The District School Board of Niagara’s math pilot program enhances skills and personalized education with Intel® processor-based tablets.
Case Study: The District School Board of Niagara’s math pilot program helps enhance math skills and create a personalized education environment by deploying tablets based on Intel® Atom™ processors and Intel® Core™ i5 vPro™ processors.
Delia Memorial School’s ICT learning program engages students with touch-enabled HP ElitePad* tablets with Windows* 8 and Intel® Atom™ processors.
With a one student, one tablet-based ICT learning program, Delia Memorial School offers touch-enabled HP ElitePad* tablets featuring Windows* 8 and Intel® Atom™ processors so students can stay engaged and complete projects in or out of classes.Full View >
Anytime, anywhere learning with personal Ultrabook™ 2 in 1 systems featuring Intel® WiMAX empowers Northern Michigan University students and faculty.
By partnering with Intel, Northern Michigan University empowers students and faculty with Tablets in the Classroom by providing personal Ultrabook™ 2 in 1 systems featuring Intel® Core™ i5 processors and Intel® WiMAX technologyFull View >
A smart health vehicle uses Intel® technologies for mobile computing and the Internet of Things to address critical shortage of rural health services
A smart health vehicle developed at the University of Kansas uses Intel® technology-based tablets and the Intel® IoT Gateway to help nurse practitioners address the critical shortage of primary care providers in rural America.