This course provides necessary knowledge and skills required to make a successful entry into the hardware, systems & networking domain. Because this sector is so competitive, individuals must stand out by having strong academic credentials and certifications. Join us now!
What we do:
- Creating blueprints
- Cloud Management
- Network Security
- Test, troubleshoot hardwares
- Network Configuration
People usually compare the computer to the head of the human being. I would say that hardware is the bone of the head, the skull. The semiconductor is the brain within the head. The software is the wisdom. And data is the knowledge.
Frequently Asked Questions
Hardware engineers work for computer companies such as Intel, HP, and Texas Instruments, and also in industries that build or use computer-based systems, such as telecommunications, automotive, aerospace, etc. Many computer engineers also get jobs as programmers. While they have less programming experience than computer science graduates, their understanding of hardware gives them an advantage in dealing with overall systems.
To be sure, women are underrepresented in most technical fields, but we see a greater proportion in hardware engineering. As far as women being successful we can answer an emphatic yes!
Engineers have an undeserved reputation of not being “people friendly.” Nothing could be further from the truth: engineers almost always work in teams and must interact with each other constantly. People skills are essential to being a successful engineer.