Ethernet Switching and Routing Solutions
Enterasys S-Series® is the premier family of high performance
enterprise Ethernet switching and routing solutions from Enterasys.
The Enterasys S-Series delivers a powerful combination of
Terabit-class performance along with granular visibility and control
over users, services, and applications to meet the increasing
demands of today’s businesses and enable optimization of key
technologies including voice and video, virtualization, and cloud
Wireless Controllers and Access Points
Wireless solutions include a wide variety of
access points, controllers, management and advanced services
and advanced services including live heat maps and
advanced intrusion prevention. With a history of industry innovation
including one of the first complete PoE (Power over Ethernet)
ZTech Wireless continues to be a top choice for
enterprises needing to take control of their wireless infrastructure.
Unified Communications and Collaboration
Simplify the way you share information and
improve collaboration both within your organization and with customers,
partners and suppliers.
Unified communications and collaboration solutions combines all your
communications into a single, manageable interface. Unified
communications simplifies the way you share information and improves
collaboration both within your organization and with customers, partners
Edge-To-Core Networking Solutions
Edge devices are
, routing switches,
integrated access devices (IADs), multiplexers, and a variety of
metropolitan area network (MAN) and
network (WAN) access devices that provide entry points into
enterprise or service provider core networks. Edge devices also provide
connections into carrier and service provider networks.
Based on the principles of industry standards and multi-vendor
interoperability, ZTech solutions can be incorporated into existing
networks without disruption, bringing new levels of flexibility,
security and simplified management.
Wired Network and Wireless Network Expertise
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
cable can add up -- the more computers on your network and the
farther apart they are, the more expensive your network will be.
Wireless networks have an advantage of reduced cost. Not considering
the running cost (which is also reduced), if you look at only the
initial set up costs, every desk today has at least three ports – 2
for voice, data and one for redundancy.
this with the wireless network – You may need one access point every
15 to 20 desks. And perhaps one cable going back to a single port of
the distribution switch. So, the cost reduction of a wireless
network is huge. But there is one factor we need to include – the
cost of the controllers and extra functionalities in a wireless
network. This could run into considerable amounts.
To what level can a wireless access can be implemented in an
organization. Can we totally remove all the cables? No. Wireless, as
of today is popular only in the edge network – For the end users to
access the network through their laptops, PDA’s, PC’s etc. The
backbone network is still wired. You need access points to be placed
in ceilings for nearby users to access the wireless network. But
these access points need to be connected to the wired LAN, a wired
ZTech provides a comprehensive Edge to Core wired /wireless
network solution.The Edge-Core wireless
solution is designed to offer comprehensive features, high performance
and affordable cost.