IT experts of the future to benefit from new gaming and network facility at Murdoch University
Students studying within the Murdoch University School of Engineering & IT will have access to a new state-of-the-art networking and gaming facility from the end of this month.
The new facility which cost AU$2.6million to build, features state-of-the-art cyber-security and networking labs, a mixed and augmented reality studio for online gaming development, and a new data and networking operations centre fitted out with all the latest hardware from CISCO, IBM and Lenovo.
Dean of the Murdoch University School of Engineering & IT, Bogdan Dlugogorski said: “This new facility, equipped with the most recent technologies, will provide the current and future IT students enrolled at Murdoch University with a unique learning experience, complete with state-of-the-art gaming and networking laboratories, and an industry-scale data centre. The common spaces in the new facility will foster greater interaction among students, and between students and their academics, allowing them to work across the various fields of IT either individually or in groups.”
For more information about Murdoch University’s Engineering and IT programmes you can read the feature here or contact Study Options.