I got to play with the new Marvell Armada PXA618 powered One Laptop Per Child XO-1.75 laptop during the ARM Technology Conference. It seems to already be very stable and run very fast, although this is still a beta prototype, with beta software, OLPC, Red Hat, Marvell still have some work to do to optimize the software and complete the hardware so that it can be mass produced and shipped to children around the world starting early next year. Here in this video I walk around with it outdoors for a few minutes and show you some of how it looks like.
She's the manager of Learning at One Laptop Per Child, she provides some insights into how the Laptops can be measured to be successfully deployed to children in schools around the world.
Giulia D'Amico is currently the Director of Business Development, EU Affairs and Africa at One Laptop per Child Association in Miami.
Daniel Drake is working on deploying OLPC all over the world. He provides technical support, training the local technical teams, how to repair laptops, how to setup the school servers and more.
Christoph Derndorfer is the managing editor at the unofficial http://olpcnews.com website and SJ Klein is the director of outreach, community content coordinator at One Laptop Per Child.
Craig Perue launched the OLPC Project in Jamaica, currently reaching two schools with about 95 laptops, but preparing to be able to bring all the Children of Jamaica access to this project if only they can find funding.
Nancie Severs started a small laptop deployment in a remote village in Vietnam. They currently are about to have 18 laptops in that village. Find more information at http://wiki.laptop.org/go/OLPC_Vietnam
David Cosimano presents the Lego for One Laptop Per Child project, it's an app that works on the XO Laptop, that allows for the children to send commands to Lego motors and constructions to make those Lego's do fun things, in some ways, this is a big like creating a Lego robot.