Your information life-line, a robust and secure network is mission critical.
Your ideal network supports secure, reliable, and high-speed connections throughout your enterprise. Ease of use, and ease of management are also key factors in its cost-effective operation. To achieve a balance among these often conflicting requirements, requires a comprehensive strategy to selecting your network core / closet.
A redundant high-speed core with dynamic routing and multi-gigabit uplinks should be the backbone of your network. This, coupled with spanning tree configuration (link loop detection) and port-based Network Access Control, is the foundation for a resilient, high-speed infrastructure.
The networking layer is the foundation for all applications across an enterprise. This foundation must be solid and secure. Considerations for quality of service (QoS), Up-time, and failover capabilities are important. However, it is not always about speed and performance. Most gigabit links go under-utilized by many organizations. Implementing QoS or layer 3 routing capabilities is not effective if layer 2 devices are not also addressed.
Wireless network strategies are also important considerations when choosing networking equipment. Major vendors have complete portfolio solutions:
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