Since the Vision of Supershine University is
" To provide relevant higher education, through teaching, research and community service, we plan to build an IT driven Building where both learnng and research will be convinient
Why An It Modern Building:
To us, whenever a new building or building expansion is proposed, the first planning task is to determine the most efficient route and method to connect to the campus’s existing IT infrastructure. Like most worldclass campus environments, most of their main campus IT backbone is a buried network of conduits accessible by service manholes. Contained within these conduit runs are copper cables for telephone service, coaxial cable for television, and fiber-optic cables for data (computer) networks and fire alarm systems. An increasingly common option for new telephone service is the Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) network. VOIP allows the current data network (wired and wireless) to be used as the conductor for telephone service as well as for data networks, reducing the need for separate copper telephone cabling (minimal copper cable is necessary for emergency services).Here, student convinience is the yard stick and the comunity benefit at large.
If a new building project is conveniently located near established IT infrastructure, an existing manhole can be used as a node for system expansion. If a new campus building is remotely located such that adding a segment of buried conduit/cabling from an existing manhole is not practical, leasing utility pole rights-of-way to string overhead copper and fiber-optic cables is a common alternative.