Siemens also sponsor Computer Gym (the mobile computer classroom) by providing the latest Siemens Multimedia Personal Computers and a server to each of the six trucks which tour the country. The mobile units are hired out to schools and other educational institutions to provide extra computing power together with specialist teachers.
In 1998 Siemens agreed with the National Centre for Technology in Education to become a partner in the Dublin Inner City Schools Computerisation project, (DISC). The 20 schools in the project received two computers each from Siemens. The other partners in DISC are the Dublin Institute of Technology and the Dublin Inner City Partnership. Siemens not only provides technical support to the project but also time as Brendan Supple, Division Manager, Information and Communication Products, Siemens is on the Board.