Enterprise Networks

We design, implement & support high performance enterprise networking solutions

In addition to LANs, WANs and Wireless deployments we work with our clients to:

  • Review existing enterprise network infrastructures (traffic-light reporting)
  • Upgrade existing enterprise network infrastructure
  • Identify and eliminate network bottlenecks
  • Integrate the latest security within the network
  • Build intelligent WAN solutions across multiple environments
  • Deliver a range of support services including enterprise network management for all or elements of the network

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Our Networking Solutions

Access Networking

Access networking solutions enable end-users or devices to connect to a network, typically the internet or a private network. These solutions are designed to provide efficient, reliable, and secure access to network resources.

Access networking solutions encompass a variety of technologies, protocols, and hardware components. Access networking solutions are crucial business environments, ensuring that users can access the internet and network resources efficiently, securely, and with high performance. These solutions are continually evolving to keep pace with the demands of an increasingly connected world and Voyager is at the forefront of these evolving technologies.

Wireless Network Access

Wireless network access for businesses allows connectivity and access to data and resources within a corporate environment. This technology allows employees and authorized individuals to connect their devices (such as laptops, smartphones, tablets) to the company’s network without the need for physical cables. Wireless Networks deployed and supported by Voyager are designed with the following considerations:

  • Security: wireless networks require robust security measures to protect sensitive data. This can include encryption, strong password policies, and access controls to ensure that only authorized users can connect to the network.
  • Coverage and Capacity: wireless networks design needs to ensure that adequate coverage and capacity is provided to handle the number of devices and the data load required.
  • Authentication and Authorization: Users connecting to the network need to go through authentication and authorization processes to ensure that they have the necessary permissions and are using the network for appropriate purposes.
  • Remote Access: In today’s work environment, remote access to business networks is crucial. Wireless technologies enable employees to connect securely to the corporate network from outside the office, which is especially important for remote work and mobile workforces.
  • Management and Monitoring: Businesses need tools and systems to manage and monitor their wireless networks effectively. This includes tracking network performance, troubleshooting issues, and ensuring network availability.
  • Scalability: Businesses often need to scale their wireless networks as they grow. This might involve adding more access points, increasing bandwidth, or implementing advanced technologies like 5G.
  • Compliance: Depending on the industry, businesses may need to adhere to specific regulations and compliance standards regarding wireless network security and data protection.
  • Quality of Service (QoS): QoS mechanisms are applied to prioritize network traffic for critical applications, ensuring that essential business functions receive the necessary bandwidth and latency requirements.

SD-WAN

SD-WAN, (Software-Defined Wide Area Network) is a technology that enhances the management and operation of a wide area network (WAN). A traditional WAN connects multiple remote or branch offices to a central datacentre using dedicated hardware and private lines, which can be costly and inflexible. SD-WAN, on the other hand, leverages software-defined networking principles to make WANs more agile, cost-effective, and adaptable to modern networking needs including hybrid working.

SD-WAN is particularly valuable for organisations with multiple branch offices, remote workers, or those looking to optimize their network infrastructure for cloud-based applications.

Core Network Infrastructure

Core networking infrastructure forms the central part of a network that facilitates data transmission and connectivity between various devices, such as computers, servers, and routers. Core networking infrastructure plays a critical role in ensuring that data flows efficiently and reliably across a network including both WAN and LAN environments.

The core is critical in managing and routing data, providing security, and ensuring that network services are available and perform optimally.