Microsoft's Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 partnered with an Indonesian school was the world's first to sign up such an arrangement. It was mentioned by Microsoft at the Asia-Pacific Regional Innovative Education Forum, that it has made a deal with Bandung Elementary School in West Java, Indonesia for the school to be equipped with Microsoft's server OS product on HP hardware.
The Indonesian school, the Harapan Ibu Islamic School in Jakarta was the second to sign with Microsoft. Microsoft announced Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 last month, aimed at allowing educational institutions to stretch their computing dollar. Several manufacturers have signed up to build products based on the software, such as HP's MultiSeat range of computers.