UCS Provides Future UK Game Designers with Fujitsu Workstations
Intel® Xeon® processor E5-1620 v2 product family and Fujitsu CELSIUS* M730 workstations bring professional standard hardware to the Computer Games Design degree course at University Campus Suffolk
The Computer Games Design degree course at University Campus Suffolk (UCS) is growing in popularity. It offers a combination of hands-on experience, internships, and guest lecturers to help students prepare for a career in the gaming industry and other related design-driven occupations. With IT playing a crucial role in the success of the course, UCS decided to replace its high-end desktop PCs with power workstations from Fujitsu, powered by Intel® Xeon® processors, to meet student demands and introduce them to hardware they would encounter in their professional lives.
• Run complex applications. Technology plays a crucial role in the degree course and UCS needed to eliminate downtime while ensuring seamless availability of complex gaming applications
• Experience industry standards. UCS wanted to provide students with professional-level hard ware for developing and designing 2D and 3D games
• Create a comfortable workspace. In game development labs full of computer hardware, UCS wanted to establish a comfortable working environment for undergraduates and staff
• Fujitsu workstations. The IT team at UCS replaced high-end desktop PCs with 47 Fujitsu CELSIUS* M730 workstations based on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-1620 v2 product family
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