LAN and WAN Solution Most likely, your network infrastructure starts with your Local Area Network. No matter what applications your business runs, your core LAN must be designed for high speed, extreme reliability, and ease of management. We offers a wide range of consulting, design, and implementation services as well as products with partnership from industry leaders, such as Cisco, HP, to ensure that your core network will be sound, robust, and scalable. Once you have a scalable and robust LAN in place, the next step is to extend your LAN into WAN. Whatever your company is a multinational one, with remote users and business partners located around the world, all these result in integrating your network into a single flexible and reliable architecture. Our experts, networking consultants and networking engineers, design the most robust and cost-effective WAN solution available, such as VPN, depending on your business needs. We have the right people, the right technology, and the right partners to design, build, and manage your networks.
Network infrastructure and structured cabling form the backbone of a reliable and efficient networking system within an organization. They are essential components that enable the connectivity and communication between various devices, such as computers, servers, switches, routers, and other network equipment. Here’s an overview of network infrastructure and structured cabling: Network Infrastructure: Switches: Switches are networking devices that connect multiple devices within a local area network (LAN). They facilitate the sharing of data by directing network traffic and managing the flow of information between devices. Routers: Routers are responsible for forwarding data packets between different networks. They connect multiple LANs or connect LANs to the internet, enabling communication between different networks. Firewalls: Firewalls provide security by monitoring and controlling incoming and outgoing network traffic based on predetermined security rules. They help protect the network from unauthorized access and potential threats. Wireless Access Points (WAPs): WAPs enable wireless connectivity within a network, allowing devices to connect to the network without the need for physical cables. Network Security Appliances: These devices, such as intrusion detection and prevention systems (IDS/IPS), antivirus gateways, and VPN concentrators, enhance network security by detecting and preventing unauthorized access and protecting against threats.

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