dedicated computing & msoe – a bold step taken

New 64,000 sq. ft. computational facility will focus on artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, and cybersecurity.

Dedicated Computing recently unveiled the DC Data Analytics Laboratory as part of their on-going partnership with the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE). The unveiling was in conjunction with MSOE’s grand opening ceremonies for the new Dwight and Dian Diercks Computational Science Hall. The Dedicated Computing Data Analytics Laboratory is a data-rich, reconfigurable laboratory which can evolve with the university’s AI-centric curriculum.

DC also announced a Co-Working Internship with MSOE, which provides students the opportunity to apply concepts in real-world situations.

“Dedicated Computing values the collaborative spirit at MSOE,” says Jeff Krueger, Director of System Engineering at Dedicated Computing. “Partnering with MSOE is about learning, growing and benefiting from each other’s knowledge and experience. Diercks Hall specifically provides the ability to harness the power of AI through a partner approach to enhancing business capability. Our work with MSOE’s emerging technology leaders increases our adaptability in the evolution of solutions embodying AI to cure disease, advance military training, and evolve industrial automation systems.”

For more reporting on the grand opening event and Diercks Hall, follow the links below:

MSOE Corporate Partnership

NVIDIA Software Head Helps Transform Alma Mater into Leading AI Center with $34M Gift

MSOE Official Announcement