ROUND ROCK, TX: Dell announces that various schools are adapting its Chromebook 11 to support Common Core online assessments, individualize lesson plans and increase teachers as well as students access to technology.
Chromebook 11, built on company’s end-to-end technology portfolio, provides an affordable, secure, easy to deploy and reliable solution for schools. This increases the capabilities of school districts’ IT administrators to create the innovative and personalized learning environment, allowing students to develop critical thinking skills.
The Dell Chromebook 11 provides a simple approach to online testing that helps students simplify day-to-day rigor in classroom. With the help of all-purpose solution by Chromebook 11, the educators can scale based on the number of students and existing IT infrastructure.
In addition to Chrome-based solutions, Dell also releases Dell Chromebox, with command center for Google Apps that gives a laboratory environment and works with any monitors. Dell Chromebox for meetings upgrades its capabilities by facilitating high definition video that can load to multiple devices and serves distance learning opportunities.
In order to enhance the capabilities of Chrome-based infrastructure, Dell and VMware comes up with Dell Engineered Solutions for VMware EVO: RAIL to enable schools and districts to run high-performance applications such as Autocad or specialized administrative software from any endpoint. This tool renders easy-to-use, simple to manage and highly scalable virtual desktop infrastructure.