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KENET Upgrades Core Network and Expands Network Infrastructure in Multiple Institutions

In 2018, a total of 32 new institutions have been connected to the KENET network. Among these, is KMFRI Sang’oro, a 20-year old Aquaculture Research Station located 70KM from Kisumu near River Sondu Miriu. There is no Mobile or Internet network in KMFRI Sang’oro as it is surrounded by mountains. However, KENET is in the process of connecting the...

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Over Fifteen Institutions Benefit from Direct Engineering Support Services

In 2018, over 15 KENET-member Institutions have benefited from Direct Engineering Support (DES) initiatives. KENET DES’s are usually aimed at improving network performance and security, as well as enhance the institution’s staff implementation of transformational changes to ICT resources and Infrastructure.  Some of the activities usually carried out during the...

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DES: Improving Bandwidth Consumption at Thika Technical Training College

Following a Direct Engineering Support (DES) initiative conducted at Thika Technical Training Institute, Main Campus on July 9- 13, 2018  the Institution has recorded an improvement in bandwidth consumption. The DES initiative carr...

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DES: Expanding Wireless Network Access at Catholic University of Eastern Africa

Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) is among the 30 private Universities in Kenya and has been a KENET member for more than a decade.

DES: Network Improvement at Kagumo Teachers Training College

KENET engineers visited Kagumo Teachers Training College on February 2018 to assist in improving their network. The one-week visit at the College located at the Central Kenyan Highlands, Nyeri entailed activities that resulted in a strengthened network and improved wireless coverage. A brief survey on...

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