In 2011 we introduced Kno, a collection of interactive textbooks for web and mobile, a platform that we discussed again in February due to the launch of Kno Advanced, a solution created for companies that want to transform their traditional books into interactive applications. in digital format.
Months go by and now it’s back in the news, as Intel has acquired the Kno company. They comment on Techcrunch that Intel was one of Kno’s investors since it was created in 2009, and now the company confirms the acquisition on one of the company’s blogs.
Kno Acquisition Expands Intel’s Global Digital Content Library With More Than 225,000 Higher Education Titles Through Existing Partnerships With 75 Educational Publishers […] The Kno platform provides administrators and teachers with tools to assign, manage and control their digital learning content.
The price of the operation has not yet been disclosed, but it appears that the entire Kno team will join Intel as a result of the acquisition, with the exception of Osman Rashid, CEO and co-founder of the company, who prefers to continue on other projects.
You can find the section dedicated to education at Intel on this site, where we can read more about the company’s initiatives to improve the quality of education.