ArchivesJanuary 2011Campus Internet bandwidth increased

Campus Internet bandwidth increased

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Everyone at Foundation University now has another reason to be happy — a faster internet connection.

The University has tripled its bandwidth to 12 MB, freeing Internet users from the agony of waiting for their computers to download or upload some programs or content.{{more}}

With the increased bandwidth, students are allotted 8MB of bandwidth while everyone else — faculty, staff and administrators — share the remaining 4MB.

Joel Balajadia, university IT supervisor, said that with the increased bandwidth, students may be able to view movies, books, and other educational materials from the university collection or from other sources online.

This will also boost the University’s campaign to minimize the use of paper, as everyone is encouraged to use email for writing inter-office memos, make requisitions and other transactions. Students are also encouraged to go online to enroll or check their grades.

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