According to the article, Jean-Philippe Courtois, president of Microsoft International, met with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday to discuss the computers for schools program.
Courtois said the company and its partners will establish at least five enterprises in each Kenyan county to perform hardware, software and connectivity support services.
He added that Microsoft will also build a research and innovation center for software developers in Kenya.
The report says Kenyatta has asked the computer firm to develop a sustainable program framework for assembling computers and developing software and content.
The President also said he would like Microsoft to develop a sustainable model that includes local assembly of computers, software and content development.