Last Updated: June 29, 2005
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The provision of equipment and associated software, valued at approximately F$1.7 million, has been a major aspect of project support and enrichment of the educational process.

More than 200 Computers were installed to complement Computing Science and distance education in the Maths and Computing Science Department, and School of Law at the Laucala Campus, Lautoka and Labasa Centres, Samoa Campus, Tonga and Solomon Islands Centres.

Multimedia equipment was allocated for various departments mainly Media Centre, Distance and Flexible Learning Support Centre, the Centre for Enhancement of Learning and Teaching, Library, the School of Law in Vanuatu, the Library, and centres in Lautoka and Labasa. A database was also installed at the Information and Technology Services.

Technical enhancements were undertaken for six of the USPNet member countries, including servers and routers, and video conferencing stations for Internet-protocol based USPNet enhancement. It is also expected to allow for more flexibility in the current use, and also broaden the bandwidth.