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Korean Educational Broadcasting System (EBS) uses HP X9000 to serve 30,000 simultaneous users: White Paper

The Korea Educational Broadcasting System (EBS), founded in 1951, began broadcasting daily radio lessons to teachers, growing its business through the years by airing a TV school and establishing a TV and radio channel specializing in education...

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