AsiaBizTech: Donovan Sets Up 64-bit Linux Lab
Feb 14, 2001, 23:52 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Donovan Systems Pte Ltd has set up the country's first 64-bit
Linux computing laboratory, reinforcing the Linux movement in
Malaysia and the region."
"The Singapore-based manufacturer of 64-bit Linux servers set up
the Penguin64 Lab in partnership with Sunway College."
"The momentum for both 64-bit computing and Linux is growing
rapidly worldwide, and this is an ideal opportunity for Malaysian
students to gain direct experience," said Donovan's chief executive
Gary Foong in a statement."
"The lab is aimed at teaching Linux courses as well as
encouraging students to develop 64-bit Linux applications. Equipped
with 20 Donovan Endeavor 64-bit Linux servers, the lab will
initially cater for 80 students, with more than 200 expected to be
using the facility in the future."