Pflugerville Independent School District in Pflugerville, Texas has adopted new Dell computing solutions. The school district deployed the Dell Precision M4700 mobile workstation (opens in new tab), Latitude 3330 (opens in new tab), Latitude E6430 (opens in new tab), OptiPlex 9010 All-in-One (opens in new tab), and OptiPlex 7010 (opens in new tab) computers throughout its school system expanding upon its long-term partnership with Dell. Pflugerville ISD selected Dell technology because it helped to meet the goals of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) curriculum guided by Project Lead the Way.
Pflugerville ISD consists of 30 campuses: 19 elementary, 6 middle schools, 3 high schools and 2 alternative schools each with their own computing needs. Dell’s range of end-point devices was able to meet the different requirements to support digital learning across the school district, including the goals set forth by the district’s STEM initiative. In its high schools, Pflugerville ISD students gain engineering and design skills through the use of CAD software on the Dell Precision workstation (opens in new tab), which offers the performance needed to complete sophisticated designs, 3-D modeling and other graphics-intensive assignments. The mobile design is lightweight enough to move between classrooms, but is compatible with the school’s existing Windows infrastructure.
The Latitude 3330 and E6430 laptops offer a compact, durable design. In its computer labs and classrooms, Pflugerville ISD saves space with the OptiPlex 9010 All-in-One, with a multi-touch screen.
To get the new computers up and running quickly and efficiently, Dell assisted Pflugerville ISD with the imaging, asset tagging, installation and BIOS configuration of the devices. Dell also removed Pflugerville ISD’s legacy systems and ensured of proper disposal.