Advantage & Features of Networking Services
When you own a software for your business, it is essential that you optimize your computer network in a way to intelligently handle more traffic, while at the same time extending the same functionalities. These computer networks must also efficiently manage networking between different branches and mobile workers across.
Data networking solutions enable enterprise networks to improve efficiency by prioritizing real-time business intelligence; including data, voice, video, and multimedia communications. All this is efficiently managed in a way that minimizes your time, risk and money.
The main advantages of data networking are:
- Ability to prioritize between various business targets.
- Seamless communication to the staff working outside the office (mobile staff).
- Faster and efficient connections.
- Access all the advantages of the software in one device.
Here are some of the features provided by our service providers for computer networking solutions:
- Application optimization- Application optimization important, whether it’s over the WAN or in the LAN. Efficient application performance is a hallmark of any well-designed network. In a services anywhere environment, business critical applications could be anywhere. Email could be in a public cloud, file sharing could be in a private cloud, and CRM could be delivered Software-as-a-service (SaaS).
- Application switching-The ability to switch between multiple apps seamlessly is the biggest plus point in larger computer networks. This is achieved by a quality service provider who has experience handling the same.
- Computer network cabling- Computer networks can be achieved both using wires and wirelessly. The network connecting different systems are cabled in various patterns like star, mesh, etc. The cabling can only be done by performed by trained professionals who understand the architecture.
- Computer network infrastructure- The infrastructure of the computer network refers to all the layers that constitute the network; essentially including the physical layer, data link layer, session layer, etc.
- Ethernet switch- Ethernet switch is a device that helps facilitate communication between different computers in a hub.
- LAN- LAN or local area network is a connection between different computers in close proximity. Ideally, LAN is useful for colleges, hospitals, institutions, etc.
- MAN- MAN or metropolitan area network functions just like a LAN but for a bigger area. Metropolitan area networks are used in city-wide networking.
- Metro routing- The metro architecture is optimized for low-latency, fault-tolerant node-to-node communications in tightly-coupled computing environments such as high-performance multiprocessors and network routing hubs.
- Multi service switch- Multiservice networks provide more than one distinct communications service type over the same hub. Multiservice implies not only the existence of multiple traffic types within the network, but also the ability of a single network to support all of these applications without compromising the quality or the time put into it.
- PRI lines- A PRI line is the end-to-end component in a digital circuit. It is a part of the ISDN, which is a medium to transmit data through voice or data.
- Remote computer network access- The ability to access the full capacity of the network outside the actual physical establishment is called remote computer access. This is especially useful in case of mobile workers.
- Security firewall- This is established to encrypt the network and prevent it from hackers who try to get in through unauthorized access.
- VPN- VPN is essentially a masking protocol for your address that enables you with the authorized ID in a country of your choice so that you can remotely control and administrate the system from anywhere in the world.
- WAN- Wide area networks are utilized to keep computers interconnected for an average area greater than the metropolitan area network.
- Wi-Fi- Wi-Fi is a wireless networking technology that allows computers and other devices to communicate over a wireless signal. It describes network components that are based on one of the 802.11 standards developed by the IEEE and adopted by the Wi-Fi Alliance.
- Wide Area File Services- Wide area file services (WAFS) products allow remote office users to access and share files globally at LAN speeds over the WAN. Wide Area File Services enables secure file synchronization across disparate offices in near real time, with full record-keeping capabilities.
- WiMAX- WiMAX is essentially the WAN of wi-fi connections; meaning that it helps establish a wireless connection over a wider area as compared to Wi-Fi. It can be accessed by both stationary and mobile devices.
According to your requirements, you may now access all these facilities by trustworthy professionals. Register now to avail services!