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Network Systems

The network systems infrastructure is made up of all the components that enable network operations, management, communications, and connectivity including routers, switches, cabling, and more. Together, this hardware makes up the backbone of your network and plays a critical role in the success of your larger IT infrastructure.

At Activo, we understand just how mission critical your network systems are and provide a range of 802.11ac-compatible networking products. Our technicians will work with you to understand your needs, carry out a survey to determine what system would be best suited for you, and then install it—working to TIA and IEEE industry standards throughout.

Network Systems Services

  • Local Area Network

  • Firewall / Security Services

  • Wireless Networks

  • Power over Ethernet

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Network Systems Partners

Network Systems Key Considerations

How many types of devices will you be supporting, and what type are they?

In addition to how many people will use your network, you need to consider both the number and types of devices your network will need to support like:

  • Computers
  • Tablets
  • Desktop and mobile phones
  • Smart devices

What security considerations do you need to take into account?

At its core, networking security means putting policies and practices into place that monitor, deter, and prevent the unauthorized access or use of your networks. The most common way to do this is by using unique names and passwords, though depending on your security needs Activo can work with you to institute additional security layers.

What are bandwidth and throughput?

It’s important to understand the difference between bandwidth and throughput. Bandwidth is the maximum amount of data able to move from point A to point B over a given period of time, whereas throughput is the amount of data that actually moves. Due to factors such as latency and data loss, the two might not be the same.

Does Activo offer backwards-compatible networking products?

Yes, Activo does offer backwards-compatible routers that can work with both 802.11ac as well as older standards like 801.11n.

What services and products does Activo offer?

  • Equipment for LAN, MAN and WAN
  • Application switching and optimization
  • Ethernet routing switches
  • Multiservice switches
  • Secure routers
  • Wireless LAN
  • Optical networking
  • Firewalls
  • Intrusion prevention
  • Network access control
  • Web and audio collaboration
  • VPN

Networking and Wireless Services

Why Choose Us?

Integrated Technologies & Networks

We build your network, putting the necessary hardware, software, network, and controls in place to make systems work harmoniously together.

Future-Ready Infrastructures

The Age of the Information Society is turning disparate platforms into interconnected, interoperable, and smart networks. We work with you to ensure you are able to take full advantage of emerging trends.

Lifecycle Support

Our highly trained and certified technicians monitor, maintain, and enhance your networking infrastructures throughout their lifecycles—saving you time and money while minimizing risk.

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