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PAN AFRICAN e-NETWORK

CARE  

Foundation

  

along  

with  

Telecommunications  

India  

Limited  

(TCIL)

  

and  

Ministry  

of

External  

Affairs  

(MEA)  

had  

developed  

a  

network  

between  

Africa  

and  

India  

to  

provide  

Telemedicine

services to the Pan African nations.

The  

tele-education  

and  

CME  

set  

up,  

apart  

from  

establishing  

the  

communication  

infrastructure  

also

includes  

setting  

up  

the  

tele-education  

studio  

with  

post  

production  

setup,  

non-linear  

editing  

facility  

and  

the

appropriate  

data  

center  

services  

including  

the  

initial  

storage,  

backup  

facility  

and  

one  

centralized  

HUB,  

data

center  

and  

control  

station  

including  

a  

portal  

comprising  

of  

the  

universal  

tele-  

education  

delivery  

system

software   

which   

incorporates   

the   

e-learning,   

content   

management   

and   

digital   

library   

solutions   

as   

an

integrated  

package.  

Interaction  

occurs  

in  

a  

sequence  

and  

also  

simultaneously  

using  

the  

collaborative  

tools.

Return  

IP  

link  

provides  

audio,  

video  

and  

data  

connectivity  

to  

the  

CARE  

studio  

and  

enables  

the  

students  

to

have  

a  

live  

interaction.  

Care  

is  

able  

to  

access  

the  

Internet  

through  

the  

VSAT  

connectivity  

and  

Internet

connectivity  

at  

the  

HUB.  

The  

studio  

at  

Care  

is  

controlled  

and  

managed  

by  

the  

central  

hub  

for  

management,

scheduling, broadcasting, review learning process etc.