Local Area Network (LAN) Solutions
LAN solutions refer to the technology and equipment used to connect devices within a single building or a limited geographical area. They are essential in today's business environment because they enable communication and data sharing within a network. Our LAN solutions are designed to provide maximum speed and security, ensuring users can access network resources quickly and safely. We offer a range of LAN solutions, including switches, routers, and firewalls, to meet our customers' diverse needs.
A Local Area Network (LAN) is a group of computers or other devices interconnected within a single, limited area, typically via copper or fiber Ethernet or Wi-Fi. LAN links computers together and provides shared access to printers, files, and other services. It consists of access points, cables, routers, and switches that enable devices to connect to web servers and internal servers within the office, a single building, campus or home network, and to other LANs via Wide Area Networks (WAN).
Passive Optical Network (PON) Solutions
PON (Passive Optical Network) can also be used for LAN infrastructure for campusse, hotels, hospitals etc. Passive optical LAN is built on the foundation of PON. Similar to any PON system, POL is a point-to-multipoint in-door network infrastructure with optical splitters to deliver data from a single point to multiple user endpoints and opting wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) technology to allow for bi-directional upstream and downstream communication.
Wide Area Network (WAN) Solutions
WAN solutions refer to the technology and equipment used to connect devices over a wide geographical area, such as multiple buildings or different locations. They are essential in today's business environment because they enable communication and data sharing between geographically dispersed users. Our WAN solutions are designed to provide maximum speed and reliability, ensuring users can access network resources from anywhere. We offer a range of WAN solutions, including VPNs, MPLS, and leased lines.
A Wide Area Network (WAN) is a data network used for connecting computers over a wide geographical area. Usually, a WAN consists of two or more connected LANs. Computers that are connected via a WAN are combined by means of a public network, such as a telephone system, leased lines, and satellites, or by creating a private/secure network to run on public communication lines.
WANs are often used by larger corporations, enterprises or organizations to enable the transfer of data. However, now even small businesses can benefit from WANs as a way of increasing their communications capabilities.