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Network Design

A good 50% of our work is all performed remotely - key factors here are telecommunications and networking. We are extremely well versed in all things communication. Yes we do know the difference between an OC3 and a T3 connection...

Network & Topology Design

Typical Network Topology Design for a company with a centralized Data Center as well as a number of dispersed Branch Offices and users.

Ok I see you're still here, a T3 (44.736 Mbps) is the big brother to the T1 (1.544 Mbps), a high speed digital network developed by AT&T to support long-haul pulse-code modulation (PCM) voice transmission. The primary innovation of T1 was to introduce digitized voice and to create a network fully capable of digitally representing what was up until then, a fully analog telephone system. An OC3 is an optical fiber line. OC3 (Optical Carrier) speeds are available between 35 Mbps through 155 Mbps. (wouldn't that be nice ;P ). Just in case there are any other questions: (T1-C operates at 3.152 Mbps, T-2 at 6.312 Mbps, and T-4 at 274.176 Mbps.)

How we operate?

We can fly into a place you've never been before and within two days have a network ready for your staff. The majority of work these days revolves around seriously large multinational customers with 50+ offices worldwide (but don't let that frighten you).  What we do to those networks is pretty much what we are asked to: WiFi 802.11a/b/g, Point to Point Links, Mini-Link BAS, Antenna Design and propagation loss calculations, Trunked Telephone Systems, HF Radio, Satellite Up/Down links, Frame Relay, ATM and a host of differing communication protocols.

No matter how large or small your next network project, Capitalhead can surely add value and expertise to your solution.

I'm thinking of upgrading my 300 Cisco Switches, Can you help?

You bet your booties we can. We have secured a number of high value agreements with distributors of networking and communications equipment. This allows us to provide you with access to great deals on brand name items.

I think my Server is being hacked, what can you do to help?

If you think you are being hacked then chances are you already have.  There is enough uncertainty and mis-information about internet and network security to make your hair stand on end.

Today, your business relies more on technology and information systems then ever before – and this trend will only increase in the future.  As our dependence on electronic communication and information storage increases so should our vigilance in safeguarding sensitive information from prying eyes.

 

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