The University of Wisconsin-Stout will spend $20 million over the next four years to bolster the campus's digital learning program, called e-Scholar, with HP notebook PCs.
The contract would extend a six-year relationship between IT giant HP and the university's digital learning environment. Under the terms of the agreement, UW-Stout will lease about 14,000 notebooks during the contract period--approximately 3,500 each year, based on enrollment projections.
In addition to hardware, the contract features support and services. Technology will be upgraded with every new model year. HP also will provide yearly support for a variety of institutional programs at UW-Stout.
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