Redundancy in Network Design essentially means duplicating and\or building in alternative devices, equipment, connections, paths, processes, etc., that should the primary device/route fail an alternative is available, preventing downtime or interruption of service.
ERRCS is the abbreviation used for Emergency Radio Responder Communications Systems. This type of network infrastructure is used to boost signals which allows emergency responders to maintain constant communication, even in areas with no radio signal such as stairwells.
A Gigabyte Passive Optical Network (GPON) is a network that transmits data through a single fiber, utilizing a point-to-multipoint architecture which allows for higher transmission speeds.
Distributed Antenna System (DAS) provides and/or expands network connectivity to areas that are unable to or have difficulty reaching with more traditional network infrastructures.
Distributed Antenna System (DAS) uses a network of spatially separated antenna nodes, connected to a common source to provide wireless service coverage in a building, structure or limited geographic area. It can be deployed both indoors (iDAS) and outdoors (oDAS).
Converged Network Infrastructure, usually comprised of copper or fiber, allows for multiple networking services - voice, data, and video - to be delivered over a single network. A Converged Network Infrastructure lets providers offer more services and gives users more service providers to choose from and greater access to a [...]
The Electrical Infrastructure refers to the network architecture used to deliver AC and DC (Power over Ethernet) power to the various network components.
The four primary types of Wireless (Wi-Fi) Network Infrastructures are: Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks (WMANs) Wireless Wide Area Networks (WWANs)
Wireless (Wi-Fi) Network Infrastructure is a telecommunications architecture used for computing and communications which can be connected to wirelessly or doesn’t require a wired connection.
Structured Cabling Infrastructure is the telecommunications cabling known as the Physical Layer comprised of twisted pair copper cabling, Fiber Optic backbone cabling and various termination hardware that are installed in a systematic and universal methodology compliant per industry wide standards based that make up the backbone of all inter-connectivity for [...]