".. An NComputing system works on a shared basis wherein each
student's monitor, keyboard and mouse are connected to a shared PC
through a small NComputing access device.
The device will help the school cut electricity costs as it uses one
watt of electricity, which is very low compared to a normal PC,
informed Chairman and CEO of NComputing, Stephen Dukker.
The systems will have Microsoft Windows Server operating system and
Microsoft Office Suite for students to learn in addition to acquiring
computer skills and learning subjects such as maths, said Chairman and
Corporate Vice- President of Microsoft India Ravi Venkatesan..."
Somebody said Free Software Movement is active in Andhra Pradesh...