Hardware & Networking.

Hardware.


Diploma in hardware:

eMind Technologies Diploma in Hardware is one of the most demanded after references in the Information Technology industry for those who are excited to learn about Computer Hardware in depth.

Prerequisites:

Well experienced in English.
Duration of the course : Part Time : 4 Months (2 hrs/day) , Full Time : 2 Months (4 hrs/day).

Key benifits:

Diploma in Hardware is a well acknowledged validation of technical knowledge require for an entry-level computer service technician

Contents:

1. Operating system Technologies:

  • Introduction to Computers.
  • Introduction to Operating System (DOS).
  • Types of Software & languages.

2. Introduction to os booting sequence:

  • Configuration of display, sound card.
  • Assembling a computer.
  • Assembling & Installation.
  • Add on card identification.
  • PC Support (Core Hardware).
  • Installation of windows operation systems.
  • Resistors, capacitors and Inductors.
  • Diodes and transistors.
  • Comparison between AC and DC Current.
  • Conductors, Insulators and semiconductors.
  • Rectifiers and voltage Regulators.

3. Digital electronics:

  • Number System and conversion .
  • Basic logic gates (NOT, AND, OR).
  • Universal gates (NAND, NOR).
  • Flip flops (RS, D and JK).
  • Counters, Shift registers.
  • Multiplexer and De-multiplexer.
  • Introduction to Integrated Circuits.

4. Microprocessor and support chips:

  • Difference between 8085,8086 and 8088.
  • Data, Address and control bus.
  • Dumb and Smart chip.

5. Advanced Microprocessor:

  • Difference between PC-XT & PC-AT.
  • DProcessor speed ratings.
  • Study on Intel 80286, 80386, 80486.
  • Study on Pentium, MMX, Pentium Pro, Celeron, PII, PIII,P4, Xeon.
  • Study on Hyperthreading and Dual-Core Technology.
  • Pipelining and superscalar execution.
  • Study on Core I3, Core I5 and Core I7 Processor.
  • Difference between RISC and CISC.
  • Discussion on Overdrive processor.
  • Processor performance tests.
  • AMD- K5, K6, K7, Athlon, Duron, Cyrix- M II, Media GX.
  • Multiprocessor configuration.

6. Using system resources and memory:

  • Managing IRQ and I/O Base addresses.
  • Configuring DMA Channels.
  • Troubleshooting resource conflicts.
  • Memory management.
  • The system and logical Memory Layouts.
  • Adapter Memory Configuration and optimization.
  • Different Memory types.
  • Discussion on Cache Memory generic.

Networking.


Certificate in Networking course validates competency in networking administration and support.

This program covers the training in networking administration and support on different kinds of Operating Systems like Windows 2003/8, Linux, Windows 7 etc. It also provides you the knowledge of media and topologies, protocols and standards, Storage area Network and Network Security. The demand for skilled network support professionals has been growing significantly. The technology community identifies this course as the perfect entry point into a networking career. Upon completion of this course one can work as a Field support Technician, Network Support Technician, Network Administrator etc.

Duration of the course : Part Time : 2 Months (2 hrs/day), Full Time : 1 Months (4 hrs/day).

Key benifits:

By the end of the course, students will be identified and accepted as baseline of any entry-level Network Engineer.

Course outline:

Basic network theory:

  • Network Definitions.
  • Network Models.
  • Connectivity.
  • Network Addressing.
  • Signaling Conceptss.

NETWORK CONNECTIVITY:

  • The Data Package
  • Establishing a Connection
  • Reliable Delivery
  • Network Connectivity
  • Noise Control
  • Building Codes
  • Connection Devices

ADVANCED NETWORK THEORY:

  • The OSI Model
  • Ethernet
  • Network Resources
  • Token Ring/IEEE 802.5
  • FDDI
  • Wireless Networking

COMMON NETWORK PROTOCOLS:

  • Families of Protocols
  • NetBEUI
  • Bridges and Switches
  • The TCP/IP Protocol
  • Building a TCP/IP Network
  • The TCP/IP Suite

TCP/IP SERVICES:

  • Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
  • DNS Name Resolution
  • NetBIOS Support
  • SNMP
  • TCP/IP Utilities
  • Upper Layer Services: FTP

ALTERNATE NETWORK PROTOCOLS:

  • Introduction to IPX/SPX
  • AppleTalk
  • Introduction to Apple Open Transport
  • Introduction to IPv6

Advanced Data Storage Techniques:

  • Enterprise Data Storage
  • Clustering
  • Network Attached Storage
  • Storage Area Networks.

Network Troubleshooting:

  • Using a Systematic Approach to Troubleshooting
  • Network Support Tools: Utilities
  • The Network Baseline.

Network Operating Systems:

  • Novell NetWare
  • Microsoft BackOffice
  • Linux History and Operation Macintosh.

NetWork Security:

  • Introduction to Network Security
  • Virus Protection
  • Local Security
  • Network Access
  • Internet Security.

Network LAN infrastructure:

  • Implement LAN Protocols on a Network
  • IP Routing
  • IP Routing Tables
  • Router Discovery Protocols
  • Data Movement in a Routed Network
  • Virtual LANs (VLANs).

NETWORK WAN INFRASTRUCTURE:

  • The WAN Environment
  • WAN Transmission Technologies
  • WAN Connectivity Devices
  • Voice Over Data Services.

REMOTE NETWORKING:

  • Remote Networking
  • Remote Access Protocols
  • VPN Technologies.

NETWORK SECURITY:

  • Introduction to Network Security
  • Virus Protection
  • Local Security
  • Network Access
  • Internet Security.

DISASTER RECOVERY:

  • The Need for Disaster Recovery
  • Disaster Recovery Plan
  • Data Backups
  • Fault Tolerance.

ADVANCED DATA STORAGE TECHNIQUES:

  • Enterprise Data Storage
  • Clustering
  • Network Attached Storage
  • Storage Area Networks.

NETWORK TROUBLESHOOTING:

  • Using a Systematic Approach to Troubleshooting
  • Network Support Tools: Utilities
  • The Network Baseline.

NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS:

  • Novell NetWare
  • Microsoft BackOffice
  • Linux History and Operation Macintosh.

Network LAN Infrastructure:

  • Implement LAN Protocols on a Network
  • IP Routing
  • IP Routing Tables
  • Router Discovery Protocols
  • Data Movement in a Routed Network
  • Virtual LANs (VLANs).

Network WAN Infrastructure:

  • The WAN Environment
  • WAN Transmission Technologies
  • WAN Connectivity Devices
  • Voice Over Data Services.

Remote Networking:

  • Remote Networking
  • Remote Access Protocols
  • VPN Technologies.

Disaster Recovery:

  • The Need for Disaster Recovery
  • Disaster Recovery Plan
  • Data Backups
  • Fault Tolerance.