New York City school officials wanted to bring high-quality, interactive video to the classroom—without breaking the bank. By all accounts, they've succeeded by finding a solution that delivers TV-quality images over the district's current IP (internet protocol) network.

The city's educators wanted a workable interactive video system that would enable students in different schools to communicate with each other, share in special lectures or presentations, and take part in virtual field trips to museums and other cultural institutions.

The ambitious project, managed by New York City's Department of Information Technology


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