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The ASUS Chromebook CX34 Flip provides the performance that McDaniel High School students need to do more
Lavar Askew, a software architect at Intel, doesn’t have to look far to find an example of how a teenager can make a large impact. In 1979, Intel hired an 18-year-old named Pat Gelsinger — and now, 44 years later, he’s the international chip giant’s CEO.
Esports fosters leadership and communication at Oswego High School — with a boost from ROG hardware
High school is a time when young people try to answer tough questions about what they are good at or what kind of work they want to do. While some students find answers in the theater or art room, an increasing number are embracing STEM programs that boost access to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Students in STEM often go on to earn college degrees that set them up for lucrative careers. A natural companion to STEM is esports. These popular extracurricular programs place students in front of gaming computers, train them to work as a team, and invite them to compete with other schools in popular games like League of Legends, Overwatch, and Fortnite.
At Mira Mesa High School, ASUS and ROG turned a passion for gaming into a dedicated esports program
On any given evening, high schoolers across the country kick back, sign in, and fire up their favorite game. And no wonder: games are social spaces for connecting with friends, boundless universes for exploration, and arenas for competition. But for students at Mira Mesa High School in San Diego, California, gaming can be so much more. Through the school’s competitive esports program, students who might never have joined one of the school’s other clubs, activities, or sports find motivation to improve their academic performance, develop vital leadership and collaboration skills, and experience first-hand the pride that comes from representing their school.
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CGCG Studio creates HPC platform with ASUS servers)
There are currently more than 100 rack servers in CGCG's data center. This upgrade will allow CGCG to significantly reduce electricity costs while simplifying management of its entire data center.
Don't stop offering lessons! – How ASUS Chromebox 4 powers the 1-on-1 English conversation school Gaba
Translated from an article by ITmedia PC USER, one of the major professional IT media outlets in Japan that provides comprehensive coverage of PCs, new office IT equipment and business services.
The Transformation of Learning
Thongphaphomwittaya School needed a solution that would enable learning in leading technology fields such as artificial intelligence. The requirement was a digital learning solution that provides the performance and flexibility needed for classrooms where information technology is the focus.
Enable Technology-Enhanced Education
The Industrial Engineering department of Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi had the goal of improving the curriculum in the calculation and simulations courses, to make them more modern.
Educational hubs established in remote areas
Yellow Boat of Hope Foundation collaborates with ASUS Philippines to provide digital learning spaces in 16 locations across the country.
Empowering students with intelligent technology
Edukasyon.ph is the largest online platform for the youth in the Philippines, helping more than 8 million students every year figure their path from education, senior high, into college and all the way into their first job.