Center of Information Technology

In 1995 the Computing Center was transformed into the Information Technology Center (ITC), and A.A. Turpanov was elected as the head of the Centre. The ITC staff is currently developing the applied software for the laboratories of SHICRA and other  research institutes of the SB RAS.  Over the years of existence various programs have been developed for the collection, transmission, processing and visualization of scientific data including the Interplanetary Medium Database and Intermagnet programs, programs for monitoring the parameters of thermal wells for Melnikov Permafrost Institute SB RAS. Since 2012 the creation of new software for the extensive air shower (EAS) array being modernized, has begun.

In 2003  ITC began to create the corporate internal telephone network of the Yakut Scientific Centre of  SB RAS . The main goals were  providing the maximum possible number of workplaces with voice communication with a modern range of services without increasing the number of connections to the public telephone network (PTN),  the reduction of  finacial costs on the one hand, and creation of tools  for more flexible regulation of access to zonal, long-distance and international communications on the other hand,optimization of external and internal telephone traffic,integration into the corporate telephone network of SB RAS that provides free long distance calls with the SB RAS scientific centers in  Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Krasnoyarsk and Irkutsk.           ++++++++++++++

In 2006 the  IP telephony became the priority area of ​​development of the corporate telephone network.

IP-telephony seminar at SHICRA in 2007. +++++++++

In 2006, IP telephony became a priority area of ​​development of the corporate telephone network, which was deployed on the infrastructure of the existing

Networked and integrated with traditional dial-up telephony. To date, IP-telephony technology has been successfully implemented in 7 institutes and is the main means of communication in the YSC.

As part of the program for the modernization of the EAS installation at the Oktemtsi test site, CIT put into operation a fiber-optic network with a total length of lines over 20 km, having united about 40 stations into a high-speed network. At the same time, the development of software for real-time registration of extensive air showers was started.

Today the Nauka Network is a network with a complex infrastructure that integrates various data transmission technologies and provides a variety of telematic services to more than a thousand users. The network is administered by a team of 8 highly qualified specialists.