A data network is how your system transfers data between nodes, also known as network access points, by using data switching, interconnection transmission lines and system control. By having the most efficient network set up the speed of the data transfers is faster and more economical.
Data networks can make use of a variety of communication systems which may include leased lines, packet switching networks and circuit switches. When you have a specialist team looking after and performing maintenance on your data network, they will analyse the system and determine the best way for your data to be sent to different systems. It’s a way of improving and maintaining the performance of your overall networking systems.
Data networks can also be monitored and interchanged between different systems in the possibility of a failure in one of the networked systems. This means that your data will be accessible through a variety of means rather than relying on one means of transfer.
By providing a thorough examination we can determine what data networking systems should be deployed and implemented, that will best benefit your data and the access that is required.
We’ll examine current processes and provide advice and suggestions for what changes need to be made to make the network more stable, paying attention to possible downtime and preventing catastrophic failures.
Design & Build
We can design a new data network. This may include making additions to your current data network, or a complete teardown and rebuild. Often these are completed in a way that supports your current network, until a point at which the new network takes over.
The exact timeframe to complete this is controlled by the availability of your current network and the changes that need to be implemented. We are committed to making improvements at the same time as your network is still functioning.
We provide support services for networks that we have built and those that are in the process of being designed. As data networks use a variety of services and strategies to send data between nodes a service provider needs to be familiar with multiple technologies and their specific uses and drawbacks. The services we cover for support services include:
Local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN) are two types of networks that allow for connectivity between computers. In general, you would use LAN for smaller and local networking, such as at home, or anything that resides in a single building. WAN covers areas from city to city or town to town. A LAN is faster but WAN will cover a larger area. The one you choose depends on the speed required and the distance you need to operate over.
A software-defined wide area network (SD WAN) is a virtual form of WAN which allows businesses to connect users to applications over a secure method. It allows for the direction of traffic which can increase the speeds of connection. It can help reduce costs and increase productivity.
SDN virtualization uses advanced software that allows administrators to access and make changes to a network system. It can create virtual replications of hardware systems that can be indistinguishable from physical elements of a system. This allows managers to design, and test new systems, reconfigure processes and connect systems together.
Monitoring of your system is important as it can give an indication if something is not functioning properly. We can act quickly if problems occur and are on hand to act swiftly to lock out systems or make changes that can protect your data network.
An alert system is built into the data network as this provides a quick and suitable response to inform of any problems. Your system will be protected from errors and other issues, such as slow downs and malfunctioning parts of your overall data network structures.