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The company said that the upgrades will enable LGfL to provide bandwidth-rich multimedia teaching and learning services, including videoconferencing with museums and specialist learning centres, content streaming and on-line managed learning resources to all 2,600 primary and secondary schools in greater London.
LGfL was launched in 2000 as a collaborative initiative by London's 33 local authorities to provide advanced, cost-effective information and communications technology (ICT) services for London's education community.
With the NetSweeper Enterprise Filter, each school or organization falling under the LGfL initiative can manage and regulate Internet usage.
A consortium of local authorities and schools, London Grid for Learning (LGfL), has introduced TRUSTnet, a package of digital services and content powered by Virgin Media.
After a EU-wide competitive process, LGfL's new contract with Virgin Media was awarded to provide schools access to ultra-high-speed broadband, school-specific security systems and other digital resources.
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