- Two HP Proliant G5 Servers which act as application and database servers for IRP (Institutional Resource Planning) Software.
- Eight Servers which act as Lecture Capture Servers .
- One 24 Port HP Centrally Managed Switch.
- One Sophos XG-230 Firewall
- One Tata Teleservices 30 Mbps lease line connection and one 10 Mbps Airtel lease line connections for providing internet to students, teachers, office staff and lecture capture servers.
- Two APC 5 KVA UPS for power backup
In all the four floors of the college building there are managed and unmanaged HP-Procurve Gigabit switches connected through fiber optic backbone to the Centrally Managed Switch. Distribution of LAN is done through Gigabit capable Cat-6 cabling. All the class rooms, staffrooms and the office in the college have around 220 LAN points for connectivity.
Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) a wireless network uses radio waves, just like cell phones, televisions and radios do. In fact, communication across a wireless network is a lot like two-way radio communication. Here’s what happens
- A computer’s wireless adapter translates data into a radio signal and transmits it using an antenna.
- A wireless router receives the signal and decodes it. It sends the information to the Internet using a physical, wired Ethernet connection.
The process also works in reverse, with the router receiving information from the Internet, translating it into a radio signal and sending it to the computer’s wireless adapter.
The radios used for Wi-Fi communication are very similar to the radios used for walkie-talkies, cell phones and other devices. They can transmit and receive radio waves, and they can convert 1s and 0s into radio waves and convert the radio waves back into 1s and 0s. But Wi-Fi radios have a few notable differences from other radios:
- They transmit at frequencies of 2.4 GHz or 5GHz. This frequency is considerably higher than the frequencies used for cell phones, walkie-talkies and televisions. The higher frequency allows the signal to carry more data.
- They use 802.11a/b/g/n/ac networking standards
The college has two fully air-conditioned computer Labs’ equipped with eighty two(82 nos.) HP Workstations to run the latest multimedia and programming softwares.
Four Rooms are used as additional computer labs are equipped with HP Laptops.
The college has an exclusive internet room equipped with HP Workstations to be used by students for educational purpose and viewing online journals.
A state-of-the-art laboratory with 2 Apple Mac-Pro and 45 i-Mac computers for audio-visual editing is available for Journalism & Mass Communication Honours students.
Impartus is a Bangalore-based startup specializing in video technology. The flagship product of Impartus is an automated lecture capture system. Typical classrooms are equipped with Impartus and all the lectures are recorded based upon the pre-configured schedule. Online Classes are also held using Impartus platform.