Donovan sets up Linux laboratory in Malaysia

Donovan Systems has set up the first 64-bit Linux computinglaboratory, the Penguin64 Lab in Malaysia in partnership with Sunway College to teach 64-bit Linuxcomputing courses and encourage students to develop 64-bit Linuxapplications.

Donovan Systems has set up the first 64-bit Linux computing laboratory, the Penguin64 Lab in Malaysia in partnership with Sunway College.

MALAYSIA - The Penguin64 Lab will teach 64-bit Linux computing courses and encourage students to develop 64-bit Linux applications. The laboratory is equipped with 20 Donovan Endeavor 64-bit Linux servers and will initially cater for 80 students, with more than 200 expected to be using the facility in the near future.

The new laboratory ties in with Donovan's aim to make 64-bit Linux computing a new computing standard in Asia. This latest initiative is part of a strategy to establish resource labs in all tertiary institutions in Asia to teach 64-bit computing courses and Linux application development.

Apart from providing the expertise for the Penguin64 Lab, Donovan will help Sunway College develop its computing curriculum and offer scholarships.

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