Enterprise Networking

IP Telephony/IP PBX

IP Telephony: IP Telephony, also known as Internet Protocol Telephony or Voice over IP (VoIP), refers to the technology that enables voice communication over the internet or any other IP-based network. It uses the Internet Protocol (IP) to transmit voice data in the form of digital packets, allowing for cost-effective and flexible communication solutions. IP PBX: IP PBX stands for Internet Protocol Private Branch Exchange. It is a telephony system that uses IP technology to manage and route voice calls within an organization or enterprise. It replaces traditional analog or digital PBX systems by leveraging the power of IP networks to handle voice communications, resulting in increased flexibility, scalability, and integration with other IP-based applications.

Access Points

Access points are devices used in computer networks to provide wireless connectivity to devices such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops. They act as a central hub that allows these devices to connect to a wired network and gain access to the internet or other network resources. Access points serve as a bridge between wireless devices and the network infrastructure, enabling wireless communication and data transfer.


MPLS stands for Multi-Protocol Label Switching. It is a network protocol that allows for efficient and fast data packet forwarding in telecommunications networks. MPLS works by adding a label to each data packet, which helps routers make forwarding decisions quickly and efficiently. This technology is commonly used in wide area networks (WANs) and service provider networks to improve network performance, prioritize traffic, and enable virtual private networks (VPNs).


SD-WAN stands for Software-Defined Wide Area Network. It is a technology that enables the management and control of wide area networks (WANs) through software rather than relying solely on hardware-based routers. SD-WAN simplifies network operations by providing centralized control, visibility, and automation. It enhances network performance, increases flexibility, and optimizes the utilization of multiple network links, including MPLS, broadband, and wireless connections.

5G/4G Routers

5G/4G routers are devices that provide wireless internet connectivity using either 5G or 4G mobile networks. They serve as a gateway between the mobile network and multiple devices, allowing them to connect to the internet wirelessly. These routers are designed to offer fast and reliable internet access, supporting high-speed data transfer and low latency. They are particularly useful in areas with limited wired broadband infrastructure or where mobility is required, such as remote locations, vehicles, or events. These routers enable users to create their own local Wi-Fi networks, providing internet access to multiple devices simultaneously.

Network Management System

A Network Management System (NMS) is a software or hardware solution that enables organizations to monitor, control, and maintain their computer networks. It provides centralized management and administration of network devices, services, and performance to ensure efficient and secure network operations. NMS typically includes features such as network monitoring, configuration management, performance analysis, fault detection and notification, and security management. Its primary purpose is to optimize network performance, troubleshoot issues, and ensure the availability and reliability of network resources.

Network Servers

Network servers are computers or software systems that provide various services and resources to client devices connected over a network. They act as central hubs, managing and coordinating network activities. Network servers enable communication, data storage, data sharing, and other functions essential for network operations. They can include file servers, web servers, email servers, database servers, and more, each serving specific purposes within the network infrastructure. Essentially, network servers facilitate the exchange and accessibility of information and resources among connected devices.


SASE stands for “Secure Access Service Edge.” It refers to a network architecture that combines networking and security functions into a unified cloud-based service. SASE aims to provide secure access to applications and data for users, regardless of their location or device, by integrating features such as software-defined networking (SDN), secure web gateways (SWG), firewall as a service (FWaaS), and other security capabilities.


IP VPN stands for Internet Protocol Virtual Private Network. It is a technology that allows secure and private communication over a public network, such as the internet. IP VPNs use encryption and tunneling protocols to create a virtual network that connects remote locations or users to a central network, ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and authenticity of the transmitted data. In simple terms, an IP VPN enables users to access a private network securely over a public network like the internet.