An enterprise network is the backbone for facilitating an organization’s communications and connecting computers and devices throughout departments. An enterprise network environment is usually configured to facilitate access to data and insight into analytics.
Enterprise networking refers to the physical, virtual and logical design of a network, and how the various software, hardware and protocols work together to transmit data. When it comes to enterprise networking, every organization has different needs, and in the era of digital transformation, modern enterprises are relying more on software-driven solutions to power intelligent network architecture, automation and design.
Routers are devices on the network that connect multiple networks together. They forward data from one device to another, which is sent in packets. They also connect devices on networks to the internet. It is possible to add other features to routers to increase ease of use or security.View All Routers
Switches can be thought of as network controllers. They connect devices such as computers, printers, and servers on the network, and enable data to be transferred within it. Switches make it possible for devices on the network to talk to each other and other networks, resulting in a single network of shared resources.View All Switches
Wireless access points perform the precise function they’re named for: enabling wireless connections. WAPs work like a router, sending data from one device to another.View Wireless Access Points
In our hyper-connected world, a stable, reliable network is regarded as a given, and the consequences of an unreliable network are only getting more severe. In fact, according to Gartner, the approximate cost of network downtime is $5,600 per minute, and can be much higher for technology-dependent organizations. As enterprise network architectures grow more complex, many organizations are finding it difficult to keep up. Thankfully, a number of networking solutions are available to simplify the process, like unified wired/wireless infrastructures, automated campus and agile data center networking solutions.
Extreme’s Smart OmniEdge enterprise network solution provides a unified wired/wireless infrastructure for cloud or premise deployment, augmented with AI-powered applications and managed through a single pane of glass.
Extreme’s Automated Campus makes it easy for enterprise networking environments to onboard BYOD users and Internet-connected devices, quickly deploy new digital technology, and prevent cyber attacks.
When it comes to modern enterprise network management, automation is everything. The technology building blocks of a digital organization, such as Internet of things, cloud computing, and mobility, are all reliant on the network. If the network is slow, it will stall your digital transformation. But intelligent network automation will propel you forward and help you thrive.
Network automation integrates your technologies with the operational processes of your business to create smart, personalized automation policies. The network connects applications, storage, and users, and is uniquely placed to provide deep insight from the highest levels of abstraction right down to individual workloads.
Streamline and automate your enterprise network to enable faster changes, quicker deployment of new applications and more intuitive troubleshooting.
A network automation framework allows you to gain visibility and control of users and applications along with actionable business insights to deliver the best user experience.
Deploy a segmented network to increase security by isolating critical users, applications and/ or IoT devices, and containing breaches to minimize damage.