January 20, 2011  • Education Innovation Forum and Expo

Traditionally, schools must replace their aging desktops computers every four years, placing a large strain on budgets and the environment. The Neverware JuiceBox is a server applicance that enables all of a school’s old computers to run the latest operating systems at high speeds. This is accomplished by creating a local cloud of powerful desktops within the school that the old computers can tap into. By eliminating the hardware refresh cycle, Neverware saves schools’ budgets and the environment. Additionally, the JuiceBox’s central cloud management allows a single IT administrator to accomplish the work of an entire team. By delivering modern performance on aging hardware, the Neverware JuiceBox can transform schools, both domestically and in the developing world.

To learn more, contact Jonathan Hefter.