The people, companies and organisations listed here have generously supported Update with money, equipment or other things through the years. If you would like to donate something to Update — or if you believe your name is missing from this page — please contact us.
The restoration of our computer hall ...
... was sponsored by adrwen, ceh, ingo, jega, martins, pontus, ronny, svempa, thorild, victor, and the Department of Information Technology, in 2013. Big Thanks!
The Department of Computer Systems are sponsoring our computer hall. Without it we wouldn't be able to run any real computers at all! We are very grateful for your support.
IT Support Department donated a tape library in 2008.
The Department of Mathematics donated three 19" screens, a keyboard and a mouse in September 2007.
University Administration donated one Dell Optiplex GXa (Pentium II 266 MHz 64 MB) one GX1p (Pentium III 500 MHz 768 MB), three GX1 (Pentium III 550 MHz 384 MB), one GX115 (Pentium III 800 MHz 256 MB) and one GX110 (Pentium III 933MHz 256 MB) the 4 Oct 2005.
University Administration donated two Dell PowerConnect 3248 ethernet switches, three Dell Optiplex computers and a few big screens in May 2005.
Department of Information Technology donated five 21" screens, two 19" screens, three scopes and some other electronics the 20 April 2005.
Biology Education Centre donated a room full of SGI Indys, lights and cables and other stuff the 14 April 2005.
Department of Mathematics donated six PCs the 16 March 2005.
Tony Meijer donated a Nvidia 4 MX440 AGP graphics card the 14 March 2005.
Lantmäteriet donated one Ultra 30 with 512 MB RAM, five Ultra 1 with 384 MB RAM and three 9 GB SCSI-disks the 18 September 2004.
Lantmäteriet donated a Compaq Keyboard/Mouse/VGA-switch with four ports the 7 September 2004.
Department of Mathematics donated a Cray with lots of disks, four processors and 1 GB RAM.
Uppsala Learning Lab donated a Sun Ultra 5 (360MHz) with 370 MB RAM, 8 GB disk 21 march 2004.
IT Support Department donated some books to our library 10 november 2003.
The Department of Information Technology donated a HP-PA machine July 2003.
The Department of Information Technology donated two Quickcam digital cameras the 2 June 2003.
Lantmäteriet donated a Dell Optiplex with P200, 32MB RAM, 2GB disk and 10 Mbit/s ethernet the 31 January 2003.
The Mathematics and a Information Technology Center (MIC) donated eleven chairs to our terminalroom the 23 January 2003.
The Mathematics and Information Technology Center (MIC) donated a video projector the 17 October 2002.
The Mathematics Department donated two PC with AMD K6@233 Mhz, 128 MB RAM, 17" screen and 100 Mbit/s ethernet the 16 September 2002.
Digital|Compaq|HP donated a VAX 7000 with 2 cpus and 256 MB RAM and a DEC 7000 with 2 cpus and 512 MB RAM in 2002.
The Department of Neuroscience donated a Digital PDP-12 with a original TTY in April 2002.
The Department of Scientific Computing donated a Digital Celebris 590 with P90, 32 MB RAM, 504 MB disk and a 3com 509 ethernet card the 23 February 2000.
The Mathematics Department donated SGI Indy (2 GB + 500 MB disk, 64 MB RAM and a colour digital camera) and three D-Link "tulip" DFE530-TX 100 Mbit/s ethernet cards in February 2000.
The Department of Computer Systems donated a Diablo typewriter in October 1999.
The Department of Systems and Control donated lots of tractor feeded A4 paper in October 1999.
The Department of Human-Computer Interaction donated a Sun ELC, a Digital DECstation 5000/240, two Digital Storage Expansion cabinets, a radius 21" colour screen, one 19" Sun colour screen, one 19" Digital colour screen, a Sun IPX and lots of documentation the 12 October 1999.
The Department of Systems and Control donated a NeXT computer the 1 September 1999.
Aretton Konsultbyrå AB donated an AOpen HX08 PC housing the 17 July 1999.
Sun Microsystems AB donated twenty Sun Sparcstation 10 complete with 17" colour screens the 6th July 1999. The machines came from the The Department of Computer and Information Science at Linköping University.
Aretton Konsultbyrå AB donated an ASUS P2B-DS motherboard the 19 June 1999.
The Department of Psychology donated two Apollo Domain computers with 19" colour screens and a Digital VT320 the 21 May 1999.
Jonas Sundström donated a 2.4 GB IDE-disk in March 1999.
The Systems and Control Group donated a Sun Sparcstation 5 with 32 MB RAM and a 17" colour screen the 19 October 1998.
The Department of Mathematics donated a 10 Mbit/s ethernet hub the 24th July 1998.
The department of Linguistics donated four DECstation 5000/125 with two big screens and five expansion cabinets in July 1998.
Update member Cons donated an Elektrohelios refrigerator the 26th April 1998.
The Department of Scientific Computing donated three Decserver 100, one ethernet-fiber repeater, one QMS colorprinter, three laserprinters, six Sun keyboards, one Sun Sparcstation 2, five AST screens, four AST Bravo 4/33 and a Macintosh SE the 21 April 1998.
The Department of Mathematics donated a AST Bravo 4/33, a 3com 509 ethernetcard and a Xerox 4045 laserprinter the 24th Mars 1998.
The Systems and Control Group lent out a Sun Sparcstation 2 with 32 MB RAM, 2 GB disk and a 20" black/white screen the 5 March 1998.
Jonas Sundström donated an Amiga 2000 in February 1998.
Jonas Flygare donated a Sun 4/110 and five Sun 4/50 in 1997.
Sun Microsystems AB donated three Sun 4/25, five Sun 4/40 and five Sun 4/75 in October 1997. They also donated eight i386-based PCs and three Sun 4/10 which came from the Department of Scientific Computing at Uppsala University.
Telia donated a MicroVAX in 1997.
The Computing Science Department donated a Sun 4/630MP with 128 MB RAM and 4 processors in 1997.
The Department of Scientific Computing lent out a Sun 4/670MP with 128 MB RAM in September 1997.
The Svedberg Laboratory donated two MicroVAX II in January 1998.
The Biology Education Centre donated a 350MB SCSI-disk in August 1997.
The Department of Mathematics helped us out with some PC-ethernetcards and IDE-disks in January 1998.
Digital Equipment Corporation, in Sundbyberg, Sweden, donated our three VAX6400 servers with over 70 GB disk and 768 MB RAM in spring 1996.