An enterprise network is an enterprise’s communications backbone that helps connect computers and related devices across departments and workgroup networks, facilitating insight and data accessibility.
An enterprise network reduces communication protocols, facilitating system and device interoperability, as well as improved internal and external enterprise data management. The key purpose of an enterprise network is to eliminate isolated users and workgroups. All systems should be able to communicate and provide and retrieve information.
NetServ provides the enterprise network market with the most comprehensive product combinations in the entire industry. These products include Ethernet switches and enterprise routers, as well as Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs), network security, and network management. NetServ helps enterprises build integrated infrastructure network platforms — for campuses, branches, WAN interconnections, and data centers — by coordinating services such as network and security, wired and wireless, computing, and storage.
As enterprises move towards all-digital transformation, NetServ offers powerful solutions such as an All-Cloud network architecture for enterprises. The architecture enables optimal experience, agile innovation, and extensive security. The All-Cloud architecture uses ubiquitous connections, an open cloud management platform, and social media applications for enterprises to upgrade their infrastructure network and offers choices for ‘Real-time, On-demand, All-online, Do-It-Yourself, and Social’ (ROADS) services. With All-Cloud, enterprise networks easily transform to become ‘data-centric.’
In scenarios such as campuses, branches, and the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud-based network management achieves faster service deployment and simpler network Operations and Maintenance (O&M) based on data center network interconnections and interoperability. Additionally, the cloud management platform provides Big Data analytics, enabling various Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications. All-Cloud creates new opportunities with open, third-party integration, but also adds business value to network resources and data.
A flexible ‘service-centric’ data center network solution known as CloudFabric permits smooth network evolution and fine-grained O&M, which are key to supporting operations of cloud-based services. The CloudCampus solution is another offering that uses cloud technologies to deliver cloud-based management for campus networks and significantly reduce maintenance costs. The CloudCampus solution uses a centralized cloud management platform to collect Big Data from networks and provide open Application Programming Interfaces (APIs).
Together, Big Data and open APIs can produce a new range of SaaS applications such as traffic analysis and commercial heat maps for enterprises. The CloudEPN solution is yet another option. It uses cloud technologies to reconstruct enterprise interconnections. For example, with CloudEPN, branch offices can securely connect to the headquarters data center in real time, and at lower costs. The CloudEPN solution can also achieve real-time deployment of network and security functions.