Wherever. Whenever. Securely and quickly connecting employees regardless of location. Every user, on every device, located anywhere, depends on access to shared data. You route the path. Are you going to choose LAN, WAN, Cloud, or create a hybrid?
Campus, branch, and Internet of Things (IoT):
Networks that provide fixed and mobile access to users and things are present in all areas of an organization. They exist in offices and operational spaces, such as manufacturing and warehouse facilities. These networks are optimized for transparent, secure access and high density alike.
- Access Switching: Networks with multi-gigabit switches that constantly learn, adapt, and also protect an organization’s network.
- Wireless: Provide an immersive Wi-Fi experience with secure, fast, and reliable products.
- Routing: An intelligent network with advanced analytics, containing the potential to automate provisioning and integrate security.
Data center and hybrid clouds:
Networks that connect to and among applications, workloads, and data, within on-premises data centers and private and public cloud services. They are optimized for low latency, security, and mission-critical reliability.
Wide-area networks (WANs):
Networks that connect facilities, buildings, or campuses to other branches, data centers, or cloud resources. WANs are optimized for user experience and bandwidth efficiency.
- Layer 2/Layer 3 MPLS
- Virtual Private Networks (VPN)
- Virtual Private LAN Services (VPLS)
Service Value and Use Cases
- Foundation for the modern enterprise – There is a constant need for improved security and enhanced user experience within a network, while consistently supporting devices that perform essential business tasks. A well-designed enterprise network will support a variety of users, devices, smart things, and applications to provide consistent and assured service.
- Unified Control – In modern enterprise digital networks, network controllers have become essential. Controllers help orchestrate all functions of our network infrastructure. They perform tasks such as translating business objectives into policies, automating network device operations, performance monitoring, and troubleshooting.
- Scope Expansion – Network visibility, control, and security all need to extend to external networks as more network transactions originate or terminate outside of corporate perimeters. The need for this is increasing due to the expansion of multiple clouds, mobility, and remote work wherever users, things, or applications are located.
- Integrating enterprise wide – Today, organizations are adopting holistic, open networking strategies that integrate constituent network domains with applications and IT systems. These integrations enable consistent performance, streamlined operations, improved compliance, and security enforcement throughout the organization.
Broadleaf Group Can Help
- We possess the ability to help you design, implement, and manage your enterprise network, including LAN/WAN and cloud infrastructure. Our expertise in network architecture and deployment ensures that your network is reliable, scalable, and secure. This empowers your employees to work effectively and efficiently.