Enterprise Networking

LAN Switches : LAN switches provide a complete range of services for all levels of application intelligence, unified network services, integrated security, virtualization, non-stop communications and operational manageability.
• Modular, fixed-configuration, blade, and virtual LAN switches for your campus, branch, or data center .
• Superiors Multigigabit Switching port speed options 10/100/1G/ 2.5G/5G/10G/40G/100G bps to meet all business needs .
• Consistent end user and network administrator experience Uses consistent design methodology in order to allow small remote sites with just a few Ethernet connections to be able to use the same access switch configurations as large campus Ethernet designs .
• Network security—Protects the network and users from malicious attacks by applying security using Catalyst Infrastructure Security Features (CISF) and secure communication to devices, and integrating external authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) services .
• Protection of multimedia and critical applications traffic Enables critical applications and rich media communications, such as streaming and interactive voice and video media, through the use of endto-end quality of service (QoS)enforcement, marking, and transmission policies—ensures appropriate network treatment of all types of business communications and deprioritization of background and non- business entertainment traffic .

WLAN Indoor & Outdoor : • Mobility within building or campus—Facilitates implementation of applications that require an always-on network and that tend to involve movement within a campus environment.
• Convenience—Simplifies networking of large, open people areas.
• Flexibility—Allows work to be done at the most appropriate or convenient place rather than where a cable drop terminates. Getting the work done is what is important, not where you are.
• Easier to set-up temporary spaces—Promotes quick network setup of meeting rooms, war rooms, or brainstorming rooms tailored to variations in the number of participants.
• Lower cabling costs—Reduces the requirement for contingency cable plant installation because the WLAN can be employed to fill the gaps.
• Easier adds, moves, and changes and lower support and maintenance costs—Temporary networks become much easier to set up, easing migration issues and costly last-minute fixes.
• Improved efficiency—Studies show WLAN users are connected to the network 15 percent longer per day than hard-wired users.
• Flexible deployment options ; On-Premises , Off-Premise (cloud).
• Three times the performance of current 802.11n-based Wi-Fi at a greater distance.
• Optimized access point roaming: Faster attach and release.
• Device battery life savings.
• Integrated /External antennas.
• Wireless bridging by providing a high-performance and feature-rich solution for connecting multiple LANs in a metropolitan area or public access environment. They support both point-to-point and point-to-multipoint configurations.