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Indoc Offers a  multiple layers of defenses at the edge and in the network. Each network security layer implements policies and controls. Authorized users gain access to network resources, but malicious actors are blocked from carrying out exploits and threats.

Network Projects

Network security ensures the integrity, availability and
performance of an organization's network by protecting IT assets from threats like malware, ransomware, and denial-of-service attacks.

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NETWORKING LAN, WAN,STRUCTURED CABLING

A Wide Area Network (WAN) is a telecommunication network that covers a broad area (i.e., any network that links across metropolitan, regional, or national boundaries). Business and government entities utilize WANs to relay data among employees, clients, buyers, and suppliers from various geographical locations.

structured cabling
  • A structured cabling system is a complete system of cabling and associated hardware, which provides a comprehensive telecommunications infrastructure. This infrastructure serves a wide range of uses, such as to provide telephone service or transmit data through a computer network.
Local Area Network (LAN)
  • Networks like these can include two computers in a private household or several thousand devices in a company. Networks in public institutionsm such as those used by public authorities, schools, or universities, are also implemented as LANs. A widely-used standard for wired Local Area Networks is Ethernet.
Wide Area Network (WAN)
  • Wide Area Networks are usually owned by an organization or company, and are operated privately or rented. In addition, internet service providers use WANs to connect local company networks and consumers to the internet.
STRUCTURED CABLING

Inet Solution   provides industry-leading structured cabling systems and solutions. We are global leaders in the marketplace and we ensure your network uptime is not compromised by a faulty installation or the use of improper products for your application.

Entrance facility
  • Entrance facility includes the network demarcation point, cables, protection devices, connecting hardware, and other devices that connect with the on-premises cabling at the customer premises.
Equipment room
  • The equipment room is a centralized location to house equipment and wiring consolidation points. It usually serves users inside the building or campus.
Telecommunications room
  • Telecommunications room should be an enclosed area. It is designed to house telecommunications equipment, cable terminations, cross-connects and distribution frames.
Backbone cabling
  • The backbone cabling is also called vertical cabling or wring. It offers the interconnection between entrance facilities, telecommunication rooms, and equipment rooms. Commonly, this type of cabling is done from floor to floor, or even between buildings.
Horizontal cabling
  • The horizontal cabling refers to the cabling between telecommunications information outlet in the work area and the horizontal cross-connect in the telecommunications room (TR) or telecommunications enclosure (TE).
Work Area
  • Work Area is a place where work-area components are used to connect end-user equipment to communication outlets. The work-area components are also called cable components, including patch cables, communication outlets, and station equipment.

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