Telecommunication solutions

The Compulink Group offers a full range of services for construction of telecommunication systems making possible creation of high capacity IT infrastructure and ensuring implementation of new networking solutions with a wide series of supported services and high service quality level.

Telecommunication solutions are to make corporate applications accessible and to guarantee reliable information sharing between different structural units of territorially distributed companies, as well as to create conditions for expansion and modernization of network infrastructure at minimum costs.

Within this area, the Compulink Group offers the following solutions:

Wireless solutions for corporate networks constitute one of the primary means of optimization of operation of today’s office. Unification of computers into a local network enables to ensure shared use of the network resources, to organize secure and high speed access to the Internet, to create reliable centralized means for backup and storage of information and to make possible prompt deployment and relocation of workplaces.

Information security must be a matter of particular attention at creation of wireless networks. To this effect, special technical means are used that allow monitoring the current situation in the network in real time, clamping down on attempts of unauthorized connection, identifying, localizing and suppressing undesired wireless devices.
A corporate LAN is a key component of information infrastructure ensuring failsafe operation of the company’s business processes. Appropriate construction of a corporate network with consideration of all the company’s factors and specifics enables to reduce the downtime of information systems, to minimize losses of working time, and to make possible implementation of extra applications and services.

Communication of data, voice, video, access to operational applications, secure Internet access, virus and spam protection are just some of the services obtained by an employee on connecting to a corporate LAN

Establishing efficient information exchange with remote structural units and providing the personnel of branches with access to corporate data is an essential task for organization of operation of an enterprise with a ramified network of branches. A distributed multiservice corporate network facilitates solving this task.

For optimization of operation in distributed networks, using the WAN technology is suggested, which is based on reducing the amount of data transmitted, or on mitigating the effect of delay on the time of application response. As a result, this allows providing users of remote units with a speed of operation close to the speed available to those working in the central office.

A broad range of services offered by communication operators today is determined by a variety of technologies and solutions used by them in their networks. Actually, it is in fiercely competing networks of operators that most of the latest telecommunication developments are first used.

The key characteristics of solutions used for construction of networks of communication operators are:

- High reliability and fail-safety
- Controllability and security
- Extended scalability
- Fast deployment of solution in the network
- Easy operation

All these requirements are applicable to solutions used in different sections of the operator network, be it an optical trunk line, a multiservice IPMPLS network, an access network, etc.

Operational telecommunication networks are used for communication of specific traffic of critical applications such as alarm, telemetry, safety automation, etc., ensuring functioning of vital infrastructure facilities. Due to specific requirements to channels for communication of data, operational networks designed subject to specifics of a particular industry or a particular enterprise, are to ensure high reliability and fail-safety of information communication and to reduce the time of delay.

Today’s control and monitoring systems improve the network availability rate through performing the following functions:

- Control of equipment configuration
- Monitoring of network status in real time
- Detection of malfunctions and prompt notification of service personnel and other information systems thereof
- Automated identification of the root cause of malfunction
- Analysis of statistics and trends
- Formation of reports on network operation

Therefore, the control and monitoring system makes possible automation of routine operations and reducing the rate of human errors, prompt responding to arising incidents and even forecasting development of the situation in the network thus preventing recurrence of problems.


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