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Computer Labs Updated at Broward Campuses
Broward Technology Services News | Published Monday, July 19, 2010

Computer Labs Updated at Broward CampusesSeveral instructional computer and open labs were upgraded in June on the Davie and Fort Lauderdale campuses.

A total of 45 Dell machines in the Main Open Computer Lab (LA-303) on the Davie Campus were upgraded from 1 GB of RAM to 3 GB of RAM, which will improve the performance and expected life of the equipment. Similarly, 11 iMacs in the Main Open Computer Lab on the Fort Lauderdale Campus (HEC-611) were also upgraded from 2 GB to 4 GB of memory.

At the same time, OIT-BCS worked on the upgrade of four exclusive-use departmental labs and classrooms. Staff upgraded the memory of the 27 machines in AT-415 on the Fort Lauderdale Campus from 2 GB to 10 GB. The AT-928 (Gaming Lab) machines were upgraded from 2 GB to 8 GB of RAM.

A total of 15 new iMacs were set up and configured in AT-414. These two facilities serviced by OIT-BCS are part of the Multimedia Department of the College of Arts and Letters. On the Davie Campus, OIT-BCS Learning Resources staff helped the College of Science by replacing old plasma TVs with new projectors in ES-315.

Computer Labs Updated at Broward Campuses

Computer Labs Updated at Broward Campuses

Computer Labs Updated at Broward Campuses

For more information about these upgrades, please contact JunJie Hu at jhu3@fau.edu (Davie Campus) or Joe Sher at jsher@fau.edu (Fort Lauderdale Campus).