Data Center Networking

Data Centre Networking describes the basics of data networking protocols and architectures in a relatively non quantitative manner.


Data Centre Switching

Data Centre switching involves high capacity switching by data centreswitches with fixed and modular switches.

On the modular switches there is an option for a single or redundant supervisor engine and multiple line cards which include 1gb, 10gb, 40Gb, and 100Gb

Unified Computing

Unified Computing is designed to simplify traditional architectures and dramatically reduce the number of devices that must be purchased, cabled, configured, powered, cooled, and secured in the data center.


Hyper-Converged Infrastructure

Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) is a software-defined IT infrastructure that virtualizes all of the elements of conventional “hardware-defined” systems. HCI includes, at a minimum, virtualized computing (a hypervisor), a virtualized SAN (software-defined storage) and virtualized networking (software-defined networking). HCI typically runs on commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) servers.

Data Centre Analytics

Transform the way you build and manage networks.


Automate policy enforcement.

Always-on network assurance.


Services for Data Centre

Data center services encompass all of the services and facility-related components or activities that support the implementation, maintenance, operation, and enhancement of a data center, which is an environment that provides processing, storage, networking, management and the distribution of data within an enterprise.

Data Centre for service Providers

Taking advantage of leading-edge, flexible and cost-effective data center services does not require actually owning a data center. Indeed, third-party providers of data center services including co-location, managed hosting, cloud hosting, disaster recovery and more let customers take advantage of those services as an operating expense. That frees them to focus on their business while others handle the mundane operations.