LinuxPR: Donovan Systems and Sunway College announce Malaysia's first
64-bit Linux computing lab
Dec 13, 2000, 17:49 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Donovan Systems, the premier developer of 64-bit Linux systems,
has set up the first 64-bit Linux computing laboratory in Malaysia
in partnership with Sunway College."
"The Penguin64 Lab, which puts Sunway College firmly at the
forefront of computing education in Malaysia, will be used to teach
64-bit Linux computing courses and encourage students to develop
64-bit Linux applications. Equipped with 20 Donovan Endeavor
64-bit Linux servers, the laboratory will initially cater for 80
students, with more than 200 expected to be using the facility in
the near future."
"The combination of Linux and 64-bit processing power is the way
of the future," said Sunway College's Principal Ms Elizabeth Lee.
"We are delighted to be able to offer our students the chance to
use the latest technology in a hands-on situation. It means they
will be equipped with the right skill sets for tomorrow's business