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We are efficient in both Data and Voice.

As a Cisco Certified Partner and Microsoft Certified Partner we're able to supply the full range of Cisco products and solutions, including wired and wireless networking, security, and IP telephony. We also supply complimentary products from companies such as D-link, Netgear, Linksys, and Belkyn.

Give us a call; our engineers may be able to help. We have lots of experience with all types of Cisco kit. Our rates are competitive, and if possible we'll try to give you a fixed price quote at the outset

LAN Infrastructure

SSP Technologies can help you successfully deploy wired, wireless or combination networks that are secure, reliable and provide the best possible performance. This is done using pre-designed layouts, using the latest testing tools, strictly adhering to standards and deploying high quality equipment. SSP Technologies is experienced in designing and deploying both wired & wireless LAN infrastructures for big, medium and small organizations as per their requirements. Some of the benefits of a server based LAN includes:

Easy sharing of data and files between users

Easy sharing of peripherals such as printers between users

Faster and more efficient communication via email, instant messaging

Centralized backup of files and settings

Strong centralized security

Lower overall costs by concentrating investment on one server

Easy system management for larger numbers of users

Centralized management and distribution of application updates such as anti-virus
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Wired Networks

Ethernet and wireless networks each have advantages and disadvantages; depending on your needs, one may serve you better than the other. Wired networks provide users with plenty of security and the ability to move lots of data very quickly. Wired networks are typically faster than wireless networks, and they can be very affordable. However, the cost of Ethernet cable can add up -- the more computers on your network and the farther apart they are, the more expensive your network will be. In addition, unless you're building a new house and installing Ethernet cable in the walls, you'll be able to see the cables running from place to place around your home, and wires can greatly limit your mobility. A laptop owner, for example, won't be able to move around easily if his computer is tethered to the wall.


Do wired networks have faster transmission speeds than wireless networks?

Wired networks are typically faster than wireless networks. Taking factors into consideration such as reception and interference, wired networks are almost always faster than wireless networks. It should be noted that in almost all situations, either will be fast enough for your needs: when dealing with the internet, it is your connection to the world (DSL, Cable, Dialup) that provides the chokepoint. A faster local network will not speed up the time that it takes to load web pages or download files from the internet.

If you are trying to decide which network is right for you, each offers benefits. Wired networks supply speed and reliability and avoid many headaches of wireless networks: connection requires that you be able to physically attach to the network, preventing neighbors from stealing your internet and eliminating the passwords necessary for wireless networks. Wireless networks provide convenience, typically to owners of laptop computers, but especially to people who will have guests/friends over who will be bringing a laptop, and eliminate the need for wires running everywhere.

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Wireless Networks

If you need network connectivity in temporary premises or difficult-tocable areas, wireless networks make a lot of sense and they are relatively inexpensive. Wireless is good for cost-effective building-tobuilding links too, providing you have line-of-sight.

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WAN Connectivity
Wide Area Networking is the key to voice and data convergence. For companies with multiple sites, remote offices or remote workers, a WAN is implemented to link the systems together and allow all users to work seamlessly together, increasing efficiency and reducing costs. We can provide a networking solution from initial planning, through cabling and implementation, to on-going support. From organizing communication lines (such as leased lines, ISDN and ADSL broadband), to installing routers and firewalls, we provide a complete WAN service. We can set up Virtual Private Network (VPN) links into your systems and we can help you save money by utilizing Voice over IP (VoIP) which lets you make inter-site phone calls over the existing network, with no call charges. Some of the features/ benefits of WAN we can deliver:
Integrated Office Management Environment

Mail Systems and Collaborative Solutions

Disaster Recovery & Backup

Firewall / Proxy Solutions

Setting up MPLS Network

Frame Relay

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What is a Virtual Private Network (VPN)?
A virtual private network (VPN) is a network that uses a public telecommunication infrastructure, such as the Internet, to provide remote offices or individual users with secure access to their organization's network. A virtual private network can be contrasted with an expensive system of owned or leased lines that can only be used by one organization. The goal of a VPN is to provide the organization with the same capabilities, but at a much lower cost.

As the popularity of the Internet grew, businesses turned to it as a means of extending their own networks. First came intranets, which are password-protected sites designed for use only by company employees. Now, many companies are creating their own VPN (virtual private network) to accommodate the needs of remote employees and distant offices.

Basically, a VPN is a private network that uses a public network (usually the Internet) to connect remote sites or users together. Instead of using a dedicated, real-world connection such as leased line, a VPN uses "virtual" connections routed through the Internet from the company's private network to the remote site or employee. In this article, you will gain a fundamental understanding of VPNs, and learn about basic VPN components, technologies, tunneling and security. Virtual private networks help distant colleagues work together, much like desktop sharing.
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What is Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)?
Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) is a standards-approved technology for speeding up network traffic flow and making it easier to manage. MPLS involves setting up a specific path for a given sequence of packets, identified by a label put in each packet, thus saving the time needed for a router to look up the address to the next node to forward the packet to. MPLS is called multiprotocol because it works with the Internet Protocol (IP), Asynchronous Transport Mode (ATM), and frame relay network protocols. With reference to the standard model for a network (the Open Systems Interconnection, or OSI model), MPLS allows most packets to be forwarded at the layer 2 (switching) level rather than at the layer 3 (routing) level. In addition to moving traffic faster overall, MPLS makes it easy to manage a network for quality of service (QoS). For these reasons, the technique is expected to be readily adopted as networks begin to carry more and different mixtures of traffic.

Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) was originally presented as a way of improving the forwarding speed of routers but is now emerging as a crucial standard technology that offers new capabilities for large scale IP networks. Traffic engineering, the ability of network operators to dictate the path that traffic takes through their network, and Virtual Private Network support are examples of two key applications where MPLS is superior to any currently available IP technology.

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Managed Security
At SSP Technologies we understand that Security of data is critical for every organization, so we provide our customers with a customized security solution. Some of the areas covered under Managed security are:
Network integrity
  •   Managed firewall services
  •   Managed Protection

Remote Accessing

Content protection

  •   Real time email protection
  •   Web content protection & filtering

Reliable Voice Communication

Data backup and restore

Secure web hosting

Disaster Recovery & Backup
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- Kevin, Senior Manager

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