In the News
The following is where PrisonPC is referenced in the media, and press
releases we've published.
"PrisonPC IPTV replaces legacy television sets and provides the content
to the inmates on the PrisonPC desktop allowing the inmate to select a
free-to-air or internal channel for personal viewing."
"The system uses the Melbourne company’s PrisonPC platform, which has
been rolled out by several Australian prisons including the Alexander
Maconochie Centre in the ACT and Hopkins Correctional Centre in
"Cyber IT Solutions (Melbourne, Australia), developers of the world's
leading Prisoner Interactive Learning System solution for correctional
facilities, PrisonPC, announce the worldwide release of the
next-generation IPTV system for prisons."
"Mr Collins said Justice Action was documenting every breach they heard
about globally but he said products such as PrisonPC were available to
address these risks."
"The Alexander Maconochie jail in Canberra will this week deploy 30 more
Ubuntu Linux-based computers for prisoner use after a successful first