[Telecentres] FYI: Internet cafe for handicapped
mikhail at e-belarus.org
Sun Dec 25 10:40:32 GMT 2005
Internet cafe for handicapped
The first in Belarus Internet cafe for handicapped people was opened in
Brest on December 21, 2005.
Mikhail Kovalevsky, Beltelecom Brest regional branch chief engineer,
says that special devices for people with sight problems has been
already installed. It is planned to equip the cafe computers with
devices for people with diminished hearing. The new PIAP, where 24
people can use computers simultaneously, is the largest in Brest. The
speed of Internet connection is the highest in the country- 1Mbit/sec,
says Mr. Kobalevsky.
The cost of the project, which is a part of the "Electronic Belarus"
programme totals Br 380 mln.
This is the fifth Internet cafe in Brest. 51 persons can use computers
in five Brest PIAPS simultaneously.
E: mikhail at e-belarus.org
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