Viva signs agreement with Bahrain school

Company will provide high-speed internet and iPad 2s to British School of Bahrain
Viva Bahrain has signed an agreement with British School of Bahrain to provide high-speed internet in order to support advanced digital learning in th
Viva Bahrain has signed an agreement with British School of Bahrain to provide high-speed internet in order to support advanced digital learning in th

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Viva Bahrain has signed an agreement with British School of Bahrain and iMachines to provide a reliable, high-speed internet in order to support advanced digital learning for the first time in the Kingdom.

Viva will offer iPad 2s with advanced telecom solutions for BSB students in Bahrain in order to enhance their e-learning experience.

"Viva continues to be a leading provider of ground-breaking and innovative telecom services in Bahrain. This signed agreement with the British School and iMachines is a first step to take the education in the Kingdom to the digitization age," said Nezar Banabeela, chief of Wholesale and Enterprise for Viva. "We are committed to offer services and solutions tailored to our customer needs in order to provide the best experience. Both teachers and students will benefit from the customised e-learning tools available on iPads supported by secure and reliable end-to-end network connectivity and cloud computing services."

The British School of Bahrain will be the first school in the country to utilise digital education tools by providing students with iPads for e-learning

"We at the British School of Bahrain are very excited that, through a partnership with Viva and iMachines, we will be able to offer our students the latest in digital technology for education. The e-learning experience will better prepare our students for future challenges" said Karen Moffat, head of School in the British School of Bahrain.
 

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