Endsurf project aimed at protecting children on the Internet.
Telecomms network operator GX Networks has teamed with UK education solutions provider Comtec Education Plc and Internet and e-mail solutions provider intY to launch the Endsurf project.
Each of the companies will now work together to provide a managed service to schools that can control children's Internet access. Endsurf will consist of Internet connectivity services from GX Networks together with hardware from intY.
The Endsurf project has been accredited by the British Educational Communications and Technology Agency.
No financial information was disclosed.
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|Date:||Oct 1, 2003|
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