A videoconference (also known as a videoteleconference) is a set of interactive telecommunication technologies which allow two or more locations to interact via two-way video and audio transmissions simultaneously.
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NIC has conceptualised, developed and implemented a large number of projects for various Central and State Government Ministries, Departments and Organisations. Many of these projects are continuing projects being carried out by various divisions of NIC.
Electronic Mail (better known as E-Mail), “the means to exchange messages electronically”, is the most commonly used Network Service. NIC provides different kinds of E-mail services to its users, over NICNET, NIC’s satellite based communication network. The different types of e-mail services being provided include SMTP, UUCP and X.400. The NICNET e-mail service is distributed over many mail servers located at different NIC centres. These are inter-linked with each other such that mails can be exchanged amongst all types of services.
The E-mail service is also integrated with a X.500 directory which makes it possible to search for and locate e-mail addresses very easily. It is also possible to send fax messages through E-mail since a gateway is provided for conversion of messages for fax recipients.
NIC Data Centres provide the core of e-Governance infrastructure in India catering to the expanding needs for hosting resources for Digital India. All major government projects are hosted in these centres.
NIC has set up four state-of-the-art National Data Centres in:
It also has 30 small data centres at state capitals to provide services to the Government at all levels. These Data Centres combine round-the-clock operations and management of systems with onsite skilled personnel.
Meghraj – National Cloud developed by NIC ensures optimum utilization of the infrastructure and speeds up the development and deployment of e-Gov applications.
The architectural vision of Meghraj encompasses a set of discrete cloud computing environments spread across multiple locations, built on existing or new (augmented) infrastructure, following a set of common protocols, guidelines and standards issued by the Government of India
NIC Cloud Services offers: