Network Consultancy & System Integration
With today’s IT environment becoming more complex, it is crucial for organization to ensure of the right network infrastructure is designed to get the network ready to support business at peak efficiency. To meet the organization networking requirement, KAPPA’s assessment will appraise on the critical enterprise applications and converged communication systems, and provide the network always on availability and performance for your business requires.
A thorough system study will be carried out by our skilled system engineers, followed by interview with the network administrators to find out their requirements for the network. Our objectives are to understand the current state, major requirements and business drivers, then identify the gaps, develop key recommendations and prioritize costs.
There are many demands being made on the Local Area Network these days as users look for the ability to transfer large files, prioritize business applications, Voice over the network, fast access to the Internet, E-mail, and much more. This is creating an upward pressure from users to network administrators.
Thus, during the process of defining a network strategy, we will move towards this mission with primary goal is aimed to provide a roadmap to guide investments in infrastructure, operations and people. A proper designed network strategy can help you with future new technologies plan, as well as building consensus on priorities and investments. This is vital as the network is critical to driving operational excellence, ensuring customer satisfaction, and enabling business innovations to further distinguish your business from the rest.
LAN / WAN Network Design
LAN/WAN networking that involves routing and switching of sensitive corporate information across local or wide area networks spanning multiple states or countries.
Wireless Network Design
Wireless LAN technology is gaining broad acceptance and being adopted worldwide in organizations that clamor for the competitive advantage of an increasingly mobile and highly productive workforce. As with any technology, wireless is continually evolving-offering advancements in speed, bandwidth, security, and more. The growth of wireless has recently led to a critical juncture in the advancement of the technology.
One of the most basic of all telecommunications requirements and often the most critical in the design of today's communications systems is the design of an appropriate cabling infrastructure. This includes strategically placed and appropriately supported equipment spaces, as well as an appropriate amount of copper, optical fiber, and coaxial cabling to support voice, data and video communications requirements.
KISPL works closely with the international renowned Structure Cabling vendors to provide our customer with design, engineering, installation, termination, and testing of:
- Fiber cabling systems
- UTP cabling systems
KAPPA engineers have the experience to help assess your needs and determine what cabling system can best serve your communications requirements.
As it is most commonly defined, a virtual private network (VPN) allows two or more private networks to be connected over a publicly accessed network. In a sense, VPNs are similar to wide area networks (WAN) or a securely encrypted tunnel, but the key feature of VPNs is that they are able to use public networks like the Internet rather than rely on expensive, private leased lines. At the same time, VPNs have the same security and encryption features as a private network, while taking the advantage of the economies of scale and remote accessibility of large public networks.
A VPN is an especially effective means of exchanging critical information for employees working remotely in branch offices, at home, or on the road. It can securely deliver information between vendors, suppliers, and business partners, who may have a huge physical distance between them. Since companies no longer have to invest in the actual infrastructure themselves, they can reduce their operational costs by outsourcing network services to service providers. VPNs can also reduce costs by eliminating the need for long-distance telephone charges to obtain remote access, as client need only call into the service provider's nearest access point.