SUBIC BAY FREEPORT ZONE
NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE PROPOSAL
PREPARED FOR COMTEQ COLLEGE
Alcazar, Irish G.
Medina, Jonacel M.
Malixi, Danica P.
Reyes, Edward Q.
Mr. Jerome A. Mascardo
Many of today’s success and growth of the colleges that offers computer courses and other courses that is related or concerned with the use of computer depends on their facilities, equipments and most especially on the way their network is designed. It is one thing that affects the increased in the population of the student.
II. Background of the study
COMTEQ Computer and Business College was founded first as an institution teaching computer literacy courses to high school students. This eliminated the need for infrastructure such as buildings and classrooms. It also accepted programming contracts from business establishments in Olongapo and Manila areas.
The school was incorporated and proceeded then to offer two-year computer courses from rented premises at National Highway, Kalaklan, Olongapo City with less than 100 students. The student population grew to about more than 150 students and the courses offered became more varied, to include four-year bachelor courses. Realizing the need for better facilities and more space, COMTEQ moved to SBMA. COMTEQ workstation was also moved from Kalaklan to the same building in SBMA.
In late 2010, after the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority decided to use the school lot as space for a new shopping mall, the COMTEQ College Campus moved to a new location. As of January 2011, the new COMTEQ Computer and Business College Building is located along Rizal Avenue within the Subic Bay Freeport Zone. Those buildings were once used by the University of the Philippines Extension Program in Olongapo.
The COMTEQ Computer and Business College’s existing network is using Ubuntu Server as the operating system.