Routing & Switching:

Today’s applications are consuming bandwidth at ever-growing rates. Although this statement originally referred to memory, it seems to fit today’s networks equally well. New applications and speedier processors are placing unprecedented demands on the network (and we have only seen the beginning. Voice, video, multicast, push technology (these and other bandwidth-hungry applications are on the rise. Together they have the potential to rewrite all the rules.

Sharing applications, speeding access to information, reducing operating costs, improving security, Enabling remote connections.


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Virtual Private Network (VPN):

A virtual private network (VPN) is programming that safe, encrypted connection.  Typically, it is used over a less secure network, such as the public internet. It uses tunnelling protocols to encrypt data at the sending end, and decrypt it at the receiving end.  The originating and receiving network addresses are also encrypted to provide better security for online activities.

At its most basic level, VPN tunnelling creates a point-to-point connection that cannot be accessed by unauthorised users. To create the tunnel, the endpoint device needs to be running a VPN client (software application) locally or in the cloud. The client runs in the background.

VPN protocols

IP security (IPsec)

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS)

Point-To-Point Tunnelling Protocol (PPTP)

Layer 2 Tunnelling Protocol (L2TP)


Types of VPNs

Remote access VPN

Site-to-site VPN

Mobile VPN


Network Security:

Network security is a broad term that covers a multitude of technologies, devices and processes. In its simplest term, it is a set of rules and configurations designed to protect the integrity, confidentiality and accessibility of computer networks and data using both software and hardware technologies. 

Network security is any activity designed to protect the usability and integrity of your network and data.

It targets a variety of threats, it stops them from entering or spreading on your network,

Physical Network Security

Technical Network Security

Administrative Network Security

Types of network security:

Firewalls, Email Security, Anti-Virus, Access Control, Application Security, Web Security, Wireless Security

Every organization that wants to deliver the services that customers and employees demand must protect its network. Network security also helps you protect proprietary information from attack. Ultimately it protects your reputation.



Immersive experiences on mobile are becoming the new normal. Add the explosion of IoT and mobile devices, and not only does your network need to be secure, it must be fast and reliable. With access points and wireless controllers that support the Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) standard, provides an intent-based architecture to meet customer expectations and scale for growing business demand.

Comprehensive security, Data-optimized intelligence, Built for IoT, Reliability beyond the standard, User Defined Network, Software-Defined Access, OpenRoaming.



Keep your organization connected with seamless collaboration across distributed teams. No matter where employees are located, organizations are seeking stronger employee engagement and customer experiences to enable more productivity and greater business agility. More effective collaboration helps organizations work smarter.

Work the way you want from anywhere.

Remote Work, Remote Office, Remote agents, Remote IT administration, Unified Communications, Conferencing, Collaborations Endpoints.


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