Please note - Ndiyo has now officially closed its doors, at least as a legal entity - but we've kept the site alive in case any of the information is useful to others.
Our thanks to all those who helped out and were involved in so many different ways! The Ndiyo legacy lives on in the ultra-thin-client work at its spin-off DisplayLink, at Plugable, at NoPC and elsewhere...
Welcome to the Ndiyo project!
Towards affordable, sustainable IT for the world...
Ndiyo! is a project set up to foster an approach to networked computing that is simple, affordable, open, less environmentally damaging and less dependent on intensive technical support than current networking technology.
Ndiyo, pronounced 'nn-dee-yo', is the Swahili word for "yes".
Please click on the sections on the left which will give you a good background to the project. If you're busy, here's the Elevator Pitch!
Any recent news can be found on the right.
Stay in touch
There are a couple of ways you can keep up-to-date with what's happening at Ndiyo:
- Check out the news on the right of the page. It has its own RSS feed as well, if you'd like to subscribe to it.
- To be kept informed about significant developments, please join our email announcements list. We keep the traffic on this list very low.
If you would like any further information (after reading the FAQ!), please don't hestitate to contact us on yes_info @ ndiyo.org