Network Planning

Design considerations for computer networks cover a wide range of topics including layout, capacity planning, management and security. Proper network architecture ensures a healthy network that can grow to meet future needs.
A good network design also includes detailed documentation of the network for future reference. A well-designed network should also be easy to implement, with few surprises. When upgrading an existing network, there are usually legacy networks that need to be connected. Introducing of new technology without studying the limitations of the current network may lead to unforeseen problems. To help achieve those goals we will do all necessary steps from analyzing to implementing a network to suit the needs of your business.

Basic steps in proper network planning are:

  • Network Objectives
  • Design Information Collection
  • Design Creation
  • Equipment Selection
  • Implementation

Installation Services include (but are not limited to):

  • Category 5, 5e & 6 commercial & residential cabling
  • Fiber Optic cabling
  • Wireless Networks Installation
  • Network Equipment Installation ( hubs, switches, routers, network cards, print servers, etc. )
  • Network Servers & Workstations Installation
  • Point to Point & Point to Multipoint Radio Links Installation