Computer Network Solutions

Computer Network Solutions

The data you transport on a regular basis guarantees the effective functioning and integrity of your organization, whether it be private company information or sensitive financial records. You put this data at risk each time you move it. You need a secure and trustworthy networking solution to lower these risks and keep up with evolving compliance challenges.

Bi Line provides secure networking solutions. It has extensive experience designing, architecting, and deploying the following networking solutions:

  • Data center networking

While enabling centralized management and granular security controls, modern data center networking architectures should enable a broad set of data services connecting everything from virtual machines (VMs), to containers, and bare metal applications.

  • Campus Networking

Campus network connecting applications and terminals. As enterprise services become more cloud-based and AI-powered, various application systems are being moved from the local network to the cloud. The cloudification of application systems, the extreme growth of service traffic, and the widespread use of AI applications

based on extensive data training are straining current campus networks.

  • Wireless Networking

In order to increase business productivity and efficiency, a wireless network is essential. The march toward all-wireless networks is inevitable. The majority of the company office and guest networks experienced the most recent wave of wireless restoration. The next wave of wireless reconstruction will, however, occur in enterprise production networks, particularly with the widespread commercial adoption of Wi-Fi 6.

  • Software Defined Networking

SDN uses software-based controllers or APIs to communicate with underlying hardware infrastructure and direct traffic on a network. Through a centralized user interface, managers may control the network, alter configuration options, provision resources, and boost network capacity without acquiring more hardware.

  • Storage Networking

Storage networking is primarily implemented within enterprise IT environments and data centers. It provides redundant and scalable access of storage capacity to computers, servers and other end devices on a shared network. The storage device attached to the network can be a simple storage server with multiple disks or a massive pool of redundant storage arrays. Depending on the capability of the storage media, they can serve thousands of users, providing data storage and retrieval queries over the network. Numerous new and old new storage connectivity technologies such as NVMe, RDMA, RoCE PCIe 4.0, High speed iSCSI and Fcoeand new generation of Fibre Channel are being used for storage connectivity.

  • Network-based security

Network-based security places restrictions on the locations and times from which users can log in. User authentication, which merely controls who can log in, is distinct from this. Utilize network-based security to restrict an attacker’s window of opportunity and make it harder for an attacker to exploit stolen credentials.

  • Network monitoring

All networking components, including routers, switches, firewalls, servers, and virtual machines (VMs), are regularly reviewed to maintain and maximize their availability while being monitored for issues and performance.

  • Structured cabling

An extensive communications infrastructure is provided by a structured cabling system, which is a complete system of cabling and related components.

Every structured cabling system is unique due to variations in the:

  • The architectural structure of the building houses the cabling installation.
  • The cable and connection products.
  • The function of the cabling installation.
  • The types of equipment the cabling installation will support — present and future.
  • The configuration of an already installed system (upgrades and retrofits);
  • Customer requirements
  • Manufacturer warranties.

But in Bi Line, our procedures for finishing and maintaining cable installations are rather common. The necessity to assure acceptable system performance from increasingly complicated setups requires standardizing these installations.