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Network & Security

A network security system typically relies on layers of protection and consists of multiple components including networking monitoring and security software in addition to hardware and appliances. All components work together to increase the overall security of the computer network. Many network security threats today are spread over the Internet. The most common include:

  • Viruses, worms, and Trojan horses
  • Spyware and adware
  • Zero-day attacks, also called zero-hour attacks
  • Hacker attacks
  • Denial of service attacks
  • Data interception and theft
  • Identity theft
  • Network security covers a variety of computer networks, both public and private, that are used in everyday jobs conducting transactions and communications among businesses, government agencies and individuals. Networks can be private, such as within a company, and others which might be open to public access Network security is involved in organizations, enterprises, and other types of institutions. It does as its title explains: It secures the network, as well as protecting and overseeing operations being done.

    We understand that many of our customers are concerned about the security of the devices on their network. Additionally, many of our customers need to make sure that they meet certain security guidelines and frameworks. Security management for networks is different for all kinds of situations. A home or small office may only require basic security while large businesses may require high-maintenance and advanced software and hardware to prevent malicious attacks from hacking and spamming.

    Firewall and UTM Appliances

    Unified Threat Management (UTM) is a comprehensive solution that has gained excessive acceptance in the IT industry in last few years. Essentially a UTM is a reincarnation of the conventional firewall. The UTM is a comprehensive security device that includes the latest defense methodologies to combat the new and deadly techniques of cyber attacks.

    The UTM resides at the gateway and provides comprehensive security against VIRUS, Worms, Trojans, SPAM, Intrusions. Besides this the role of UTM has also been enhanced to counter the inside attacks probably in the form of non productive usage of the Internet during the business hours.

    The UTM controls and filters the traffic making it just right for office use. It also provides a complete security against the mis use caused by usage of anonymous proxies. This same UTM box also provides remote access solutions using IPSEC and SSL VPN. The access to Internet and remote access to Production servers integrates easily with authentication servers like Windows AD or LDAP servers. The recent innovations have also made some of the UTMs to included “SECURITY TOKENS” based two factor authentication system.
    We have been doing the UTM integrations for years now and the team has implemented UTM in various industries in the most complex networking environments. The team is supporting the installations 24x7 as in some cases the whole business depends on this critical network component.

    Structured Cabling Components

    The exponential growth in Internet data traffic has caused the telecom Infrastructure to grow leaps and bounds. The network specialists are all the time faced with the challenges of mixing the new technologies with the existing ones. With multiple media and technologies to choose from, the specialists have many options to select and develop the networks. By all means the copper infrastructure for Ethernet, using the Twisted pair cables exceeds all other media. It is the established standard for in house cabling keeping in mind the 100 M restriction. This phenomenal usage of copper cables for data is an outcome of low cost, easier availability and integration. The data rates that these coppers have supported range from the historic 10 Mbps to the latest 10 Gbps. The growing video content and enterprise data are now forcing the users to migrate to higher and higher speeds.

    We have a team of skilled engineers who interact with our customers who are faced with the challenge of upgrading an existing network or designing a new building facility. Both TIA and ISO state that the cabling systems specified in their Standards are intended to have a useful life in excess of 10 years. Since applications, such as Ethernet, typically have a useful life of 5 years, we design cabling systems that will support at least two generations of network applications.

    We also provide the necessary services to implement fiber infrastructure for the Backbones, servers, SAN and other critical telecom and IT equipment. The fiber could be either single mode or multimode depending on the distances to be covered and the bandwidth requirements. Short links use multimode fiber and LED sources, while longer links use lasers and single mode fibers. If fiber is already installed then one needs to select what transceivers can be used to support the desired speed and distances.
    When used within the office environment which is relatively protected, we help select an Indoor type of fiber which provides all the features and ease of laying also. For cables which cross building to building the cable used is an Outdoor or armored cable which can be buried directly or in conduits and sometimes can be laid under water.

    Enterprise Routers

    As your network grows and becomes the center of your enterprise data processing system, the last things you can live with are routers that are anything less than rock solid. You expect electricity when you plug into an outlet. You expect a dial tone when you pick up the phone. And you expect a network when you plug in your computer. It's just that simple. We understands our customer's requirement and provide solutions accordingly both the “wired” or “wireless“.

    From compact access devices to modular concentrations solutions, Enterprise routers are characterized by optimum switch capacity and an extensive list of functionalities which rigorously comply with the standards. Enterprise routers are designed for corporate offices that require different connectivity options and/or changing environments. These routers can adapt to both current (ADSL2+, 3G) and future (VDSL2, LTE, etc) environments.

    Ethernet Switches

    In keeping mind the scenario of our customer's setup, we provide Ethernet Switches which improves the economics of networking with carrier-class, high density hardware that reduces operational and capital expenses for branch,campus and data center network environment. An Industrial Ethernet Switch increases network bandwidth and provides network determinism for Industrial control applications,and provides the most cost–effective solution for industrial environments.

    As a specialist in automation and network solutions, we supplies complete and integrated infrastructures for company wide data communication. The product lineup ranges from network components for Ethernet, Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet.

    Wireless Bridges and Access Points

    A wireless bridge is a Layer 2 device that connects two or more LANs, which are often in different buildings, through the wireless interface. Wireless bridges provide higher data rates and superior throughput for data-intensive and line of sight applications. High-speed links between the wireless bridges deliver throughput that is many times faster than the E1/T1 lines for a fraction of the cost. In this way, wireless bridges eliminate the need for expensive leased lines and fiber-optic cables. We can use the wireless bridges to connect these networks:

  • Difficult-to-wire sites
  • Noncontiguous floors
  • Temporary networks
  • Warehouses
  • Other networks
  • Access Points

    Wireless access points (APs or WAPs) are specially configured devices on wireless local area networks (WLANs). Access points act as a central transmitter and receiver of wireless radio signals including Wi-Fi. APs are most commonly used to support public Internet hotspots and also on internal business networks to extend their Wi-Fi signal range.
    Access points on home or small business networks are small, dedicated hardware devices featuring a built-in network adapter, antenna, and radio transmitter. Wireless routers for home networks include built-in access point functionality as part of the device. Standalone WAP devices also exist for both home and business use.