The BRCK is a small but powerful router that also looks like a brick. Developed in Kenya in 2013, it is now part of a series of hardware solutions that significantly improves internet access in the country. This includes, for example, the Moja network with dozens of free Wi-Fi hotspots in Nairobi, provided by the high-performance SupaBRCK microserver. In addition, the start-up of the same name, BRCK sets up digital classrooms: The Kio Kit, combines the independent internet connection from the BRCK router with 40 tablets that transform every classroom into a digital classroom. The developers have teamed up with Kenya’s Chase Bank to finance this approach.