Cloud computing modernizes education in China
May 13, 2013
Chinese cloud services provider 3Tcloud is deploying the country’s biggest education cloud project to optimize resource allocation and cut maintenance cost, ZDNET reports.
According to a report last week on Chinese tech site CCIDNet.com, the city of Zhuji in Zhejiang — one of China’s most developed provinces — has installed more than 6,000 3Tcloud computing terminal devices in 118 schools.
The project, scheduled to be fully completed by 2015, would replace PCs in the city’s school system with more than 30,000 cloud terminal devices.