Network Infrastructure Planning
We provide comprehensive network infrastructure design planning, including hardware and software resources of an entire network that enable network connectivity, communication, operations and management of an enterprise network. The planning provides the communication path and services between users, processes, applications, services and external networks, including Internet.
Software Defined Networking
Our Software-defined networking (SDN) technology design present a novel approach to cloud computing that facilitates network management and enables programmatically efficient network configuration in order to improve network performance and monitoring. SDN is meant to address the fact that the static architecture of traditional networks is decentralized and complex while current networks require more flexibility and easy troubleshooting. SDN suggests to centralize network intelligence in one network component by disassociating the forwarding process of network packets (Data Plane) from the routing process (Control plane). The control plane consists of one or more controllers which are considered as the brain of SDN network where the whole intelligence is incorporated. However, the intelligence centralization has its own drawbacks when it comes to security, scalability and elasticity and this is the main issue of SDN.
Industrial Data Transfer
Our Industrial data processing services cover the area of design and programming of computerized systems which are usually embedded systems (PLCs, automated systems, intelligent instruments, etc.). The object of the planning concerns at least some form of microprocessor or microcontroller, as well as couplers (for I/O) and other embedded devices.
Machine to Machine Communication
The Machine to machine design services refers to planning direct communication between devices using any communications channel, including wired and wireless. Machine to machine communication can include industrial instrumentation, enabling a sensor or meter to communicate the data it records (such as temperature, inventory level, etc.) to application software that can use it (for example, adjusting an industrial process based on temperature or placing orders to replenish inventory). Such communication was originally accomplished by having a remote network of machines relay information back to a central hub for analysis, which would then be rerouted into a system like a personal computer.
More recent machine to machine communication has changed into a system of networks that transmits data to personal appliances. The expansion of IP networks around the world has made machine to machine communication quicker and easier while using less power. These networks also allow new business opportunities for consumers and suppliers.