Networks Unlimited Africa shows ongoing commitment to education with donation of new laptops to Literacy for Life


Johannesburg, 24 May 2019
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Networks Unlimited Africa, a value-added distributor within the converged technology, data centre, networking and security landscapes, has donated seven new HP laptops to Literacy for Life, thereby once again showing its commitment to education in South Africa's poorer communities.

Literacy for Life is a non-profit organisation which was established in November 2014 to help cash-strapped schools achieve their educational goals for the children in their care.

Anton Jacobsz, CEO at Networks Unlimited Africa, says: "As an IT company, it is important to us to enable both learners and educators by giving them access to technology, which is increasingly becoming a part of the holistic learning environment. The donation of laptops to this worthy non-profit organisation recognises the importance of enabling technology access within an educational arena.

"Funding for many government schools remains a challenge, and even more so for South Africa's under-privileged schools. In many instances, teachers are taking it upon themselves to spend their own money on aids or tools to assist children to be able to learn to read or write, or experience the opportunity to express themselves through art. We are proud to know that this donation from us, which will not be the last, will help with benefiting vulnerable children and those who assist them."

Networks Unlimited Africa

Networks Unlimited is a value-added distributor, offering the best and latest solutions within the converged technology, data centre, networking and security landscapes. The company distributes best-of-breed products, including Attivo Networks, Cofense, Carbon Black, Fortinet, F5, Hypergrid, Mellanox Technologies, NETSCOUT, NETSCOUT Arbor, ProLabs, RSA, Rubrik, SevOne, Silver Peak, Thales and Uplogix. The product portfolio provides solutions from the edge to the data centre, and addresses key areas such as cloud networking and integration, WAN optimisation, application performance management, application delivery networking, WiFi, mobile and networking security, load balancing, data centre in a box, and storage for virtual machines.

Since its formation in 1994, Networks Unlimited has continually adapted to today's progressively competitive and evolving marketplace, and has reaped the benefits by being a leading value-added distributor (VAD) within the sub-Saharan Africa market.

Editorial contacts
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Networks Unlimited Siyandiswa Mthanti (+27) 011 202 8400 siyandiswa.mthanti@nu.co.za