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Data Communications & Networking

Data Communications & Networking

The digital transformation of modern enterprises, driven by the evolution of IT applications and services, has created advanced requirements in the network infrastructure which will support the enterprise’s operations. Data Communications & Networking provide a broad range of solutions and services, which are integral to accelerate the transformation with reliable, secure, feature rich and scalable architectures.

Based on traditional equipment, such as routers and switches, and expanded to more advanced solutions, such as Application Delivery Controllers and SDN Orchestrators, Data Communications combine the benefits of wired and wireless technologies to provide:

  • Enhanced and secure Campus LAN & WLAN Networking
  • Resilient and cost-effective Site to Site WAN Connectivity
  • High performance and Redundant Data Center Networking
  • Software Defined Networking Solutions with Automation and Segmentation
  • Data Analytics on Network Performance and User Experience
  • Unified Network Management 

This complete offering of solutions, combined with a unique set of professional services, is the basis of building trustworthy and reliable network infrastructures that will become the pillars of any contemporary enterprise. 

Data Communications & Networking

  • Campus LAN Solutions

    The modern Campus Network is a lot more than Core and Access Switches. It is required to support a diverse mixture of applications and services, such as user access, Voice and Video services, IoT applications, BMS and physical security, always providing: Higher performance than even before Expandability Advanced Security in the access Total Segmentation between users and services Advanced Quality of Service and unique User Experience With speeds that reach 10GE in the user port and with integration with modern WLAN solutions, the Campus LAN is ready to support next generation network access and serve bandwidth hungry applications.

  • WAN Solutions

    Modern enterprises with multiple branches require a reliable and cost-effective connectivity solution between their HQs, Data Centers and remote sites. WAN solutions have evolved to support efficient combinations of different technologies, such as MPLS, VPNs over Internet and Wireless Links, in order to provide connectivity benefits such as: Higher bandwidth and performance with lower OpEx costs Connectivity Redundancy Quality of Service over the WAN lines Security through Encryption methods over unsecure WAN networks (e.g. Internet) Transport and Service Provider Independency Simplicity in Deployment and Management Easy Provision of Cloud Services Control over WAN utilization WAN designs provide the necessary flexibility for the enterprise to choose the solution that fits its needs.

  • IoT & Industrial Networking

    With the introduction of Internet of Things, the number of network devices has skyrocketed. Simple everyday objects such as light bulbs, power sockets and tags, have transformed to IP network devices and require network access, through new exotic protocols, such as BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy), LoraWan, etc. IoT networking solutions provide the communication bridge between traditional IP networks and IoT devices. The next generation networks need to address these new challenges through solutions that provide: Machine to Machine connectivity Industrial or Temperature Hardened solutions suitable for harsh environments Feature rich compatibility with SCADA, PLC, BMS and other protocols Zero touch deployment

  • Service Provider Networking

    The Service Provider networks have a completely different profile in terms of characteristics than those of Enterprises. The requirements for performance and scaling are much higher, while the complexity of protocols is rising. Thus, the need to be able to provide solutions with much scalability, flexibility, availability and feature abundance is critical. The biggest challenge that Service Providers face is the transition of their backbone to full IP, while keep providing their customers with the same legacy services of the past.

    Service Provider Solutions include top end technologies such as: Segment Routing Multiple Access Platforms Migration from Legacy Protocols to IP Technology Service Multiplexing

  • Wireless LAN Security

    The wireless office of the future provides increased performance in the WiFi network so that all enterprise can access the resources in high speed and with excellent quality. Since the critical data of an enterprise are now transported through an uncontrollable medium – the air, the need for advanced security and authentication methods is crucial. The Wireless LAN Security solutions cover all the aspects of Wireless Access Authentication with advanced methods based on 802.1x, privilege or profile based access and web authentication for guests through captive portals. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in the enterprise is now safer than ever. The challenge of air control is addressed through specialized wIPS (Wireless Intrusion Prevention Systems) which are able to detect rogue threats in the air and prevent attacks to the WiFi network.

  • Microwave Communication Solutions

    Microwave Communication Solutions provide an efficient and cost effective way of interconnecting sites that are in short distance and have line of sight. Either using unlicensed or licensed bands, the wireless links can provide speeds of up to 4Gbps in distances up to 15km. They can also be deployed as a solid backup solution to the primary WAN connections.

    The Wireless Link solutions provide specific benefits:

    • Zero OpEx connections in comparison to MPLS or similar technologies
    • Deployment flexibility with Point to Point and Multipoint topologies
    • Small hardware footprint High performance with low cost

  • Data Center Networking

    In the era of Big Data, Hybrid Clouds and Analytics, Data Centers have become more and more important for the modern enterprise. The data storage, availability and integrity needs have raised the requirements for data center uptime and reliability. Top-tier designs with fault tolerant infrastructure, disaster recovery sites and redundant components are essential to exceed these requirements. The modern Data Center: Consists of purpose-built, high quality equipment Provides close to zero RTO and RPO Supports flexible Active-Active Architectures if necessary Requires top-end Data Center Interconnect technologies Reduces the footprint of physical devices, combining On-Premises and Cloud implementations

  • Software Defined Networking (SDN)

    Software Defined Networking (SDN) comprises a different approach to traditional network architectures. Based on the rule of separation between the control and data plane, it provides software-driven, central control and management of a network infrastructure, simplifying all aspects of deployment and support. SDN solutions can be deployed in: The WAN side of the network (SD-WAN Technology) The Data Center The Campus LAN network The basic benefits of an SDN solution include: Network and Services Segmentation Integrated Security Automation Performance Assurance Software Defined Networking streamlines the operations of an enterprise and facilitates business innovation.

  • Application Delivery & Load Balancing

    The state of the art Data Center infrastructures need to handle increased loads of data and, most of the times, need to provide secure and reliable web services to users all over the world. This situation augments the requirement to load balance the requests, the user sessions and the traffic for these services to multiple physical servers hosting applications and databases. Moreover, the modern web services are based on secure HTTPS connections that increase the traffic and load even more. The Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs) provide the solution for all these requirements.

    Supporting a variety of technologies, they can provide:

    • Reliable load balancing between physical application servers, databases and web services
    • SSL traffic termination and offloading WAN Link Load Balancing to increase the available WAN bandwidth
    • DNS services Global Server Load Balancing between servers residing in different physical Data Centers Apart from the obvious benefits of better Application Experience, ADCs also act as Web Application Firewalls (WAFs), providing advanced security against attacks from the Internet, such as Denial of Service attacks etc.

  • Wireless LAN Solutions

    The Wireless LAN networking used to be a luxury in the past. It has become a necessity for the present and the future. The explosion in the usage of mobile devices from the enterprise users, such as smart phones, tablets and laptops, with the rapid evolution of WiFi protocols has led to a revolution in wireless network access. The office of the future is wireless and it does not include cables. With the introduction of 802.11ax protocol, the wireless user can connect to the network using Gigabit speed and high quality of service. Thus the need to provide a reliable, redundant, secure wireless network with high performance to the enterprise user is now more critical than ever before.

  • Location Analytics

    The explosion in the usage of mobile devices in all places has created an opportunity for enterprises to collect information from these users regarding their location and behavior and provide personalized services and user experience. The user that has a smart phone in his pocket can be identified by the WiFi network as a new or recurring guest and thus provide a useful insight to the enterprise.

    Location Analytics through Wireless Networking is used:

    • To increase Customer Loyalty To provide User-specific Marketing
    • To create a Customized Promotional Strategy for the enterprise To increase Brand Recognition
    • To monetize the Wireless Network
    • To increase Customer Satisfaction

  • Traffic & Network Management & Monitoring

    The implementation of large and complex networks creates a challenge for the network administrator, who is responsible to maintain and manage an ever-evolving environment, which is critical for the operations of the enterprise. Network Management Systems are the solution for this challenge, providing intuitive interfaces for the central control and management of an entire network infrastructure which may be deployed in a large number of remote sites. Traffic monitoring and management systems provide the capability to monitor and control the Layer 7 traffic in the network, using Deep Packet Inspection technology. Using these systems, the network administrator can optimize the traffic flows in the network and provide the best quality of service and user experience to the enterprise.

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