A.O. Eboka

Work place: Department of Computer Education, Federal College of Education Technical, Asaba, Nigeria

E-mail: ebokaandrew@fcetasaba.edu.ng


Research Interests: Ubiquitous Computing, Network Security, Data Structures and Algorithms, Information-Theoretic Security


Andrew Okonji Eboka received his HND in Computer Science from Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic in the year 1998, Ebonyi State, PGD from Ebonyi State University in 2013, BSc/Ed in Computer Science Education from the Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu in 2013. He received his MSc in Network Computing from Coventry University, United Kingdom. He currently lectures with the Department of Computer Science Education at Federal College of Education (Technical), Asaba, Delta State, Nigeria. His research interests include: Network Security and Management, CyberSecurity, Ubiquitous Computing, Data Security and Forensics. He is a member of: The British Computer Society (BCS), Association of Computer Machinery (ACM). Computer Professionals of Nigeria (MCPN) and The Nigerian Computer Society, Computer Professionals of Nigeria and International Association of Engineers (IAENG).

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Mitigating Technical Challenges via Redesigning Campus Network for Greater Efficiency, Scalability and Robustness: A Logical View

By A.A. Ojugo A.O. Eboka

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijmecs.2020.06.03, Pub. Date: 8 Dec. 2020

Data transfer over the Internet comes with its range of challenges and associated prospects as a major milestone in the convergence of information and communication technology (ICT). Campus network implemented on IP-telephony defines a range of convergence technologies and applications that refers to a multi-service network that allows integration of data, audio, voice, and video solutions onto a converged infrastructure so that data can be transported via the use of open-source applications, protocols, hardware, and software. The study adopts the Federal College of Education Technical Asaba. It is observed that some issues in its implementation include packet loss, jitters, and latency. Jitters and packet loss can be curbed via an increased bandwidth allocation; while latency is minimized via constant upgrade in network infrastructure to increase speed. Overall, the proposed network seeks to provide its users with mobility, resilience, economy, flexibility, and productivity. Its results recommends that organizations wishing to harness its potentials should join forums and user-groups that will constantly update their knowledge in a bid to help them improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their infrastructure implementation..

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