An approach to the next level

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Higher expectations from the network

Today, to serve the exacting needs brought on by technology advancements and digital transformation initiatives, networks are called on to do more.

Access networks need to recognize, authenticate, and authorize user devices and smart things before bringing them on board. Data center networks need to connect applications in multiple data centers and clouds. WANs need to minimize costs and enhance user experience when serving distributed applications to distributed users.

Networks also need to be dynamic, agile, and in lockstep with business needs. Traditional, manually intensive methods of managing computer networks are proving to be unsustainable. New approaches are necessary, ones that require transformational changes in how networks are architected.

Different Network Architectures

Computer networks are built to serve the needs of their clients. Described below are three common types of enterprise networks:

  • Access networks, for campuses and branches, are built to bring users and things onboard, such as connecting employees within an office building.

  • Networks for data center connect servers that host data and applications and make them available to users.

  • Wide-area networks (WANs) connect users to applications, sometimes over long distances, such as connecting hospital workers to health applications.

 

These and all other networks face different security threats, which they need to guard against.

To accommodate these varied requirements, all network types have unique architectures

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Lets do the foundations right

Having a capable a robust network is considered as a prerequisite for many applications. With many years of experience in architect, implement and optimisation of complex networks assured by top vendor certifications, our team is empowered to assist you with building or renewing the network. 

Some of the activities we're providing are as follow:​​

  • review and redesign the core components of the network

  • Audit and mapping of network attached units

  • optimisation and enhancement of existing network

  • design and implement network security protocols

  • design and implement complex routing and policies

  • architect and implement high available and redundant network

  • architect and optimise high throughput, low latency network for storage, voice or other business applications

  • datacenter networking and edge extensions

  • design and implement high throughput, secure wireless networks