HP and Intel have partnered to champion focus on the issue of a lack of STEM skills across the nation.
The companies have inked a partnership to offer a select group of public and private school teachers in Victoria, exclusive access to technologies that could empower future learning.
The event took place at HP’s Melbourne Experience Centre.
“HP has really strong integration with the education sector,” HP Australia country business manager and commercial channel, Chris Hewlett, said.
“In Australia, HP Commercial PCs have been number one in market for almost three years. We have over 40 attendees to our Education event in Melbourne which enabled teachers’ direct engagement with new technologies, such as Sprout by HP and Intel’s Genuino Technology,” he added.“HP’s aim is to bring innovation to life for all customers and partners. The Australian education sector is ready for technology disruption and we truly believe that events like these could change the future for students in our schools, preparing them for the workforce of tomorrow.”
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