Wednesday November 25, 2020

Dell partners with CIT

7th April, 2019
Dell has partnered with Cork Institute of Technology to enable students create graphic-intensive virtual reality (VR) projects

Dell has partnered with Cork Institute of Technology (CIT), with students enabled to create graphic-intensive virtual reality (VR) projects and lecturers gaining more teaching time.

The college had issues with its existing infrastructure to deliver programmes based around VR and undertook a programme to update its design labs and selected Dell as its partner. Through the provision of the workstations, Alienware gaming desktops and ProSupport Plus, students at CIT now have tools to harness the...

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