Secure and Reliable Network Access
Wi-Fi Network Design
A Wi-Fi network is designed to provide optimal coverage and minimize dead spots, which can affect network performance. Wi-Fi networks are also configured with security features, such as encryption and authentication mechanisms, to protect data in transit and prevent unauthorized access to the network. Network performance and bandwidth usage are optimized by considering the number of devices that will be connected and through selecting the appropriate frequency band to avoid interference with other wireless devices.
SD-WAN (Software-Defined Wide Area Network) Design
A modern approach to connect remote networks and branch offices to a central corporate network is through using software-defined networking technology. The design of an SD-WAN network involves a centralized controller that is responsible for directing network traffic, routing data packets, and monitoring network performance. The network can be configured to prioritize specific types of traffic, such as voice or video, to ensure that critical applications receive the necessary bandwidth.
Local Area Network (LAN) Design
LAN is a computer network that connects devices within a limited area, such as an office building or campus. LANs can be wired or wireless, with wired networks typically offering higher bandwidth and reliability than wireless networks. The design of a LAN also considers security features, such as access control and authentication mechanisms, to protect sensitive data and prevent unauthorized access to the network.