In addition to the facilities described in previous sections, students and faculty have access to computing systems owned and operated by the Purdue University Computing Center (PUCC). General instructional facilities operated by PUCC include a large SPARCserver 1000 and an IBM 3090. Several Unix workstation, PC, and Macintosh labs are used by CS students.
Two dedicated labs in the CS Building house 40 IBM personal computers, which are used in an introductory course for non-majors (CS 110). Departmental research projects make use of other facilities provided by PUCC, including a 161-node Intel Paragon multiprocessor computer.
CS Annual Report - 19 APR 1996