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A Comparison of Four End-User Devices as Thin Clients for Public Access to the Internet in Poor Communities

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Conference paper

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- Solutions or Strategies
- Trends

- Internet Access, Affordability And Use

Author(s): Kevin Duff, Ingrid Siebörger, and Alfredo Terzoli

Trends: Current trends for ICT interventions favour the use of mobile user equipment, such as tablets and cellphones. Solutions:reduce the cost of deployment of traditional communal Internet Access Points using PCs, recommendations for anybody wishing to deploy such devices as Linux Terminal Server Project (LTSP) thin clients in a public Internet Access Point.


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Country of Study:
South Africa,

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