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As of February 2009, the

  • seven members of IRC-IT (incl. CTO) care for
  • ~1,200 client computers in Jacobs University's data network,
  • 40 Windows server, 30 Linux servers, 7 Solaris servers,
  • some more hosted for CLAMV, including three compute clusters and one SMP computer,
  • additional servers hosted for various research groups,
  • one teaching lab with 45 stations,
  • three telephone hubs,
  • 1,700+ phones with voice boxes, fax, cti, tel. accounting,
  • 70 mobile phones and other Internet access devices,
  • almost 100 manageable workgroup switches with 4000+ ports,
  • 65 WLAN access points,
  • the central network components,
  • several kilometers of cables,
  • construction projects.

The served community includes

  • Faculty, research and technical staff,
  • Admin staff,
  • Undergraduate and graduate students,
  • Exchange, visiting, and guest faculty and students,
  • Special program guests and collaborators,
  • Guests to the university,
  • External visitors and contractors.

Maintained facilities include offices, labs, teaching rooms, library, guest house, serveries, social rooms, kindergarten, on-campus and off-campus residences.

More information about the areas of operations of IRC-IT are given on the page About IRC-IT Department. The page Reporting shows historical data and trends, but requires login. Statistics November 2006 gives nice graphs of architecture distributions.

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