- HPC (High Performance Computing) Server (IBM P Series 8 CPU Server)
- TerraByte Storage (IBM SAN BOX. Intel Storage Server)
- Blade Server (IBM eServer BladeCenter with 12 Blades among which 4 nos power blade, 8 nos Xeon Blade)
- 3 No. High-End Workstations (1 No. SGI Prism, 2 No. IBM Intelli Stations)
- 150 No. Desktop PCs
- Departmental LAN with Gigabit Fibre Optic Backbone
- Printing Stations at major locations
- Microcontroller platform (Keil-based)
- FPGA/CPLD platform (Xilinx and Altera based)
- DSP platform (Texas Instruments-based)
- Programmable Logic Controller (SIEMENS-based)
- Robotics platform (Parallax-based)
- Storage oscilloscope (Yokogawa)
- Arbitrary function generator (Yokogawa)
- MATLAB (5 user License)
- Real time Operating System (VxWorks with 5 user License)
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SUSE Enterprise Server, Misrosoft Windows 2008 Server
- Windows XP Professional, Windows Vista, Windows 7
- All the students (UG & PG) of our department can access Internet having Gigabit backbone.
- The whole department is covered under Wi Fi network created by multiple access points.
- The departmental LAN is also connected with the Fiber Optic backbone of the university network.
- A round the clock Internet facility is available for students through GB switches.
- The SAN storage (Terra Byte Storage) is connected to the Server through fibre channel
- The home directory of students or teachers are physically kept in the (SAN box) and NFS-mounted to other servers so that they are accessible in a transparent manner
- The Blades are being used to provide different services to the users (NIS/DNS/MAIL/MS Windows)
- NIS is transferred to Blade having 12 blades. Two blades have already been configured, used as Master NIS and Slave NIS
- 4 Blade has AIX as operating system, 4 for Windows and 4 for Redhat enterprise linux version 4
- The High-End workstations are primarily used by the PG students, Research Scholars and Faculty members. Occasionally UG students in their project work use these facilities.
- The network printers are functioning as print-stations and are being shared by the faculty members and students