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Ethernet switches are the backbone of any corproate networks. These enterprise networks are designed to provide connectivity to all users and resources over the fastest possible path. The standard large enterprise network design includes users or servers connected to access switches, which are connected to distribution switches that are, in turn, connected to core switches. Enterprise switches provides Layer 3 networking for Ethernet, Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet networks.

Smaller networks may not need a distribution layer of switches, whereas branch office networks can be built using a single Layer access switch. All of these network designs provide a very low latency end-to-end data path. Access switches are available that support Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) for connecting IP phones, wireless access points and other powered devices. Fiber-optic backbone or user connections are also an important requirement and the use of SFP ports provides the ultimate flexibility by supporting a wide range of fiber cables and connectors. Choose the right product from managed or unmanaged network switches depending on the network size and how mission critical it is to the company.

There are are available in low-density and high-density port counts to best fit the network’s needs. Management of these switches also available to provide insight into your network, saving time and money. Routers and switches are the building blocks for all business communications from data to voice and video to wireless access. They can improve a company's bottom line by enabling your company to increase productivity, cut business costs, and improve security and customer service. Design and Build Your Core, Distrubution and Access Layer Communication Infrastructure Routing and switching technologies can make a positive impact on your bottom line. You save expenses by sharing equipment, such as printers and servers, and services, such as Internet access. A reliable network also can grow with your business, keeping you from having to replace it as your needs grow. Below are different types of networking solutions.
  • Core Network
  • Distrubution Network
  • Access Network
  • Campus Network
  • Corporate Network
  • Branch Network
  • Wifi Network
Flexibility
Invest in a network that can grow over time so that you can add features and functionality when your company needs them. Additions might include new applications like video monitoring, IP telephony, integrated messaging and wireless.

Easy connectivity
Make sure your routing and switching gear is easy to install use, and manage For example, switches with in-line power allow you to place equipment, such as wireless access points and IP phones, anywhere there's a network wall jack. This saves you the trouble and expense of installing extra electrical outlets or wires to power the devices.

Reliability
Business crises come in all varieties - from power failures to hurricanes and everything in between. Your organization's ability to maintain normal operations during a crisis may rely on the health of your network. A network designed with reliability and redundancy will provide the reassurance you need that your business will continue.

Improving security
Because high-speed Internet connections are always on, you may be vulnerable to security threats. Viruses, spyware, Internet attacks, e-mail assaults, and other security concerns are real dangers. By installing a networked solution with switches and routers, you can protect valuable business data. For example, routers can protect your network with a built-in firewall and Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) - specialized software that examines incoming data and protects against attacks.  
 
 
 

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