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Network Hub and Cable

Network Infrastructure

Network is the backbone for facilitating an organization’s communications and connecting computers and devices throughout departments. Enterprise networking refers to the physical, virtual and logical design of a network, and how the various software, hardware and protocols work together to transmit data. When it comes to enterprise networking, every organization has different needs, and in the era of digital transformation, modern enterprises are relying more on software-driven solutions to power intelligent network architecture, automation and design. As enterprise network architectures grow more complex, many organizations are finding it difficult to keep up. Thankfully, a number of networking solutions are available to simplify the process, like unified wired / wireless infrastructures, automated campus and agile data centre networking solutions.


Wired Network

Wired networks use Ethernet cables to transfer data between connected PCs. In a small wired network, a single router may be used to connect all the computers. Larger networks often involve multiple routers or switches that connect to each other. All Network enabled devices are connected through copper wire or fiber connectivity. Generally wired network is used for high speed data transmission like 10 G ,40 G Connectivity.


Wireless Network

A wireless network allows devices to stay connected to the network but roam untethered to any wires. Access points amplify Wi-Fi signals, so a device can be far from When you connect to a Wi-Fi hotspot at any café, hotel, airport lounge or another public place, your device get connected to their wireless network.

Point to Point

PtoP / PtoM


In Wireless communications, Point-to-Multipoint communication (P2MP, PTMP or PMP) is communication which is accomplished via a distinct type of one-to-many connection, providing multiple paths from a single location to multiple locations. for P2MP, a central antenna or antenna array broadcasts to several receiving antennas and the system uses either Frequency Division Multiplexing or time-division multiplexing to allow for bidirectional traffic flow.

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