HONG KONG, Feb. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Altai Technologies Limited, a carrier-grade Super WiFi equipment supplier, today announced that it has deployed Altai A2 WiFi Access Point/Bridges to enable wireless broadband connectivity of public schools in the rural areas of Venezuela. Funded by the Venezuela Rural Broadband Community Fund, there are over 600 schools in the rural areas of Venezuela covered by the scheme. Using VSAT as backhaul, the Altai A2s are deployed in schools for students and teachers to provide wireless access in both indoor and outdoor areas. Dr. Bill Wong, CTO & acting CEO of Altai Technologies said, "The Venezuela Rural Broadband Community Fund aims to bridge the digital divide through this new wireless initiative. The patented Altai Super WiFi solution offers an ideal solution for wireless connectivity especially in areas that are lacking infrastructure. Without complicated cable wiring and network configurations, the WiFi network can be built in a couple of days. Our Super WiFi Solution enables service providers to quickly build a wireless broadband network with wide coverage at a much lower total project cost." The free WiFi access helps enable interactive learning and gain access to wider academic and teaching materials from all over the world, it has greatly enhanced the academic performance of students and their motivation in learning. Phase two of this government funded project is expected to be rolled out in the second quarter of 2013. Altai will showcase its full series of Super WiFi equipment at the Mobile World Congress 2013 ( Feb 25-28), Barcelona of Spain at booth #6B63, Hall 6. The Altai Super WiFi Solution has been proven in both urban and rural applications, tier-one carriers and vertical markets including container ports, airports, hotels, shopping malls, campus in over 60 countries.