Computing devices/systems are the basis of modern age technologies these days. Virtually, there is no single process that is being left out from being connected/driven by a computer these days. However, their size, complexity & versatility differ from each other.

Personal Computers (PCs)

PC is a good example of a versatile, complex computing machine that is used by and large for/by everyone these days. However, their capabilities and applications differ from each type, and so does the underlying hardware that goes into making it.

We understand, analyze, design & cater with exact configuration, to suit your need accordingly. For example; A simple word-processing computer hardware can vary largely from a PC that is built for extreme graphics processing and so does the cost of procuring it.

Wasting financial resources excessively on unwanted things can soon accumulate into a loss-making venture, and on the contrary, constraining it for necessary components can have a similar effect. So it is quite important to know, understand & pick the right components to achieve the best result, is definitely the best way forward.

Types of PCs

  • Workstations 
    • Desktops Computers - for tasks of performing Word-processing, Surfing the Internet, Email., etc, mostly for normal/regular/everyday Personal/Office use.
    • Multimedia Computers - for Gaming, Video/Graphics-Editing/Processing/Streaming, etc., which run on a higher-end/definition Graphic-Engine/Processors with larger Memory & ultra-high volume data rate of transfer within/between computers.
  • Portable
    • Laptop PC - useful for quickly deployable/mobile computing needs.
    • Tablet PC - useful for quick and simpler tasks of repetitive yet, important tasks.
  • Mobile/Smartphone
    • Android - a smartphone using the Google-developed mobile operating system.
    • Apple - a smartphone built by Macintosh/Apple with their own proprietary mobile operating system.

Servers & Cloud Computers

When it comes to a centralized computer, things change vastly from a conventional PC. Here, the main objective is to ensure the time needed to respond to a query or network process is the key point, while something like graphic devices may or may not be a deciding factor while configuring the specification.


Intel, AMD, Apple, Asus, Dell, IBM, HP, HCL, Nvidia, Wipro, etc., plenty of them, some of them have a whole gamut of devices of all functions, and some specialize in one or few.


Networking devices/systems are a set of Hardware (operated with firmware/software programs) that enables two or more computers/devices to inter-communicate with each other.

Since there can be more than one type/architecture of computer in a network, it is important that the network remains operable with every type/architecture, so it operates with a platform/architecture independent rules/protocols that is been standardized and implemented by every device manufacturer.

Networks are divided into four groups, namely,
  1. Personal Area Network (PAN) - a network of devices like Bluetooth ear/headphones, printers, wireless keyboard/mouse, external storage devices, etc.
  2. Local Area Network (LAN) - a network of devices across multiple floors of a building or across campus.
  3. Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) - mostly is an intra-city network. Basically network of LANs.
  4. Wide Area Network (WAN) - a network across inter-cities, countries & even continents. Basically a network of MANs. Also called 'internet'.
These networks are made up of various devices called nodes. Some of these are popularly known according to their applications as, Hub, Switch, Router, Bridge, Gateway, Modem, Repeater, Access Point, etc.


Cisco, D-Link, Polycom, Hitachi, Netware, Qlogic, Juniper, Huawei, Avaya, VMware, etc., plenty of them, some of them have a whole gamut of devices of all functions, and some specialize in one or few.