Enterprise & DC Infrastructure
For the Enterprise & DC infrastructure, we provide the Network Routing and Switching solution. Network switches are used to connect computers and servers to a single network. The switch performs the function of a controller and allows the devices within a network to communicate with each other. The routers are used to connect entire networks. Data packets are received, processed, and forwarded from one network to another. Routing allows a device to link through the internet, thus allowing for information sharing between to others different networking systems.
A wireless network allows devices to stay connected to a network without any wired connectivity. Wireless networks utilize Access Points to amplify and spread wireless signals to the allowing user devices that can receive the signal & connect to the network. Wireless is a way of transporting signals without any wires or optic fibers.
Network Security NGFW
NGFW stands for a next-generation firewall — the third-generation network security technology (hardware and software) enabling deep-packet inspection of inbound and outbound network traffic. A traditional firewall typically only provides stateful inspection of incoming and outgoing network traffic, whereas a next-generation firewall (NGFW) blocks threats such as advanced malware and application-layer attacks. The 3 types of firewalls are following –
-Hardware-based firewalls. A hardware-based firewall is an appliance that acts as a secure gateway between devices inside the network perimeter and those outside it.
-Software-based firewalls. A software-based or host firewall runs on a server or other device.
ZTNA (Zero trust network access) is a product or service that creates an identity and context-based, logical access boundary around an application or set of applications. It also provides secure remote access to an organization’s applications, data, and services based on clearly defined access control policies.
SDN & SD-WAN Solution
SDN manages a local area network or a service provider core network where the SD-WAN Enables connections between networks and users across geographical areas. SDN and SD-WAN are based on the same methodology of separating the control plane from the data plane to make the network more intelligent. SDN and SD-WAN can be virtualized to implement additional virtual network functions (VNFs), such as security capabilities and WAN optimization.