Two UMass Lowell students, Felipe Nascimento and Upkar Singh, co-founded startup Veloxity, maker of the new cell phone charging kiosk located at University Crossing.
UMass Lowell takes leading role in systemwide Data Center Optimization project, which means greater reliability for IT services — and considerable savings for the university.
New Faculty Sandbox at O’Leary Library gives professors a place to test and explore academic technology with one-on-one support from IT staff.
Campus Wi-Fi is faster and more far-reaching than ever thanks to the university’s three-year, $3 million information technology infrastructure improvement project.
Junior Michael Chadwick was recognized for his outstanding work in the Information Technology Office with Student Employee of the Year award.
Under a unique partnership between the Chirag Foundation, NetScout Systems and UMass Lowell, student veterans are gaining valuable hands-on technology experience while earning their degrees.
Students will be able to log in and work on assignments anytime, anywhere thanks to new ‘virtualization’ software that the University is introducing.