Communication is crucial word in the IT world. Communication among people requires at least one person who speaks, one person who listens, and a means (route) of transmission. The same applies to communication among computers, where the means (route) of the communication can have various forms depending on requirements for speed, reliability, and availability of the transmission. The price required for building and operating of the communication route is also an important factor.
Designing data networks
Computers are located almost everywhere. However, the majority of them use the same data. This has created the need for them to communicate – creating a computer data network. This is where the designer’s work starts and this work is inevitable, if we need to ensure the communication among a higher number of computers (nodes) located in multiple premises and communicating between each other in various means and on various routes. Apart from the network itself, our design also includes a proposal to ensure the highest possible security of transferred data.
What data networks can we design?
• Local data networks
• Interconnecting multiple local networks via the internet
• Metropolitan networks
• Secured private networks
Implementing data networks
Communication among computers and nodes can have various levels and intensities. The level of communication, its speed, amount, reliability demands, availability, and price determine the particular method of implementation. The most common ways are data networks built upon metallic wired connections. The fastest data networks with a high volume of transferred data are built upon optical elements. Data networks with a lower number of computers are built upon wi-fi radio technology. The quality of the data network implementation is our highest priority. Therefore, the choice of components, trained employees, and experience in the area of building computer networks are prerequisites for you to be satisfied with our work.
What data networks do we implement?
• Metallic networks
• Optical networks
• Radio wi-fi networks
Which technologies do we use?
• Passive elements: IBDN, R&M, SignaMax, Solarix
• Active elements: Cisco, 3COM, Allied Telesys, Planet, SignaMax
Data network administration and monitoring
Communication can only be called communication if it is functional and benefits stakeholders. A well-designed and professionally implemented data transfer route in itself is not a guarantee of an endless failure-free operation. Devices have lifespans, as do connecting routes, so it is necessary to monitor data flows and promptly solve signs of possible communication problems or failures.