Laptops for Schools
The charitable arm of a worldwide security company has provided laptops to local schools to help them through the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Exsel Electronics has a base in Welshpool and responded to a request from Sian Knowles, Powys County Council Business Cluster Manager in Welshpool, urgently seeking laptops for local schools.
Together with companies within its Group - Explora Foundation, Exsel-Group, Explora Security, Dynasystems, Guartel Technologies, Tarian, - Exsel Electronics funds the charity the Explora Scholarship Fund.
With the huge assistance of Iternity, their IT security appointee the company has been donating refurbished laptops to school children in need throughout the United Kingdom.
The Explora Scholarship Fund provides further education to returning service men with disabilities, or a member of their family.
Its projects in Wales currently undergoing research and development include a World Class Cyber Academy.
The group says it is grateful for the support it receives from the Welsh Government in relation to several projects.
Its client list includes the Ministry of Defence, U.S. Government, NATO and the United Nations.
Image: Sian Knowles is pictured at the firm’s Welshpool offices with executives Keith Hughes (centre) and Philippe Le Carpentier for the first hand over of laptops.