D-Link, a provider of high-end networking solutions, is offering a single qualifying Texas school or district a complete D-Link IP surveillance system for the 2011-2012 school year to help keep students safe on campus.
Applications for the “Secure Your Schools Grant Program” are now being accepted, and the program is open to new or existing members of the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) that demonstrate a true need for IP-based surveillance and also have a network infrastructure in place to support the grant hardware package, D-Link says. The winning school or district will be notified during an award ceremony at the TCEA conference Feb. 6-10, 2012, in Austin, Texas.
The Grant provides a complete end-to-end solution including nine IP cameras (seven indoor and two outdoor), a network video recorder for surveillance footage storage, video management software and a network switch.
“D-Link has been a long-time supporter of TCEA’s mission through its participation in our events, always demonstrating its commitment to educators and students,” said Lori Gracey, the organization’s executive director. “The need to secure students, staff and property in school districts is becoming more obvious and we are excited to partner with D-Link to offer this grant to a school or district in need.”
Applications can be submitted on D-Link's grant application webpage, and will be accepted now through Dec. 31.