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Intelligent connectivity is pivotal to helping you achieve a smarter digital future. Whether you are moving to the cloud ,embracing the internet of things,or embarking on structural change ,intelligent connectivity is the key. IC is the combination of network access management and software that will help you improve performance and efficiency on your network. In order for technical systems to match human actions digitally with connected environments,however,they must meet the speed of our natural reaction times. The network used must be ultra-reliable,as many critical tasks will be executed remotely and must also rely on cost-effective edge infrastructure to enable scaling.

Contact the team today to speak with a principle consultant or learn more about the types of engagements we provide.

NMS

    NMS stands for Network Management System. NMS is a system designed for monitoring ,maintaining and optimising a network. It provides an effective way to locate, update, repair and replace network equipment as needed. It includes both hardware and software. It identifies the fault, investigate, troubleshoot, configuration management and OS change to fullfill all the clients requirements.

    NMS provides multiple services. These include but are not limited to:-
  • Network monitoring
  • Device detection
  • Performance analysis
  • Device management
  • Fault management
  • Why use an NMS?

    In small networks, such as a residential or home network, an NMS is not necessary. However, it is important for any large network, such as those found in enterprise configurations. Server farms, data centers, and corporate networks may have hundreds or thousands of connected devices.

MPLS

    Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) is a routing technique in telecommunications networks that directs data from one node to the next based on short path labels rather than long network addresses, thus avoiding complex lookups in a routing table and speeding traffic flows.

    The labels identify virtual links (paths) between distant nodes rather than endpoints. MPLS can encapsulate packets of various network protocols, hence the "multiprotocol" reference on its name. MPLS supports a range of access technologies, including T1/E1, ATM, Frame Relay, and DSL.
    Operation:
  • Label switch router
  • Label edge router
  • Provider router
  • Label Distribution Protocol

MPLS Failover

    Many enterprises are using MPLS for the network connection because of its advantage on scalability, traffic routing, and low latency. However, if the MPLS goes down, the connection to a remote location is lost. To overcome this, Elyzium Digital brings to you an MPLS Failover Solution, that protects business continuity with Multi-WAN connectivity and an auto and truly seamless fail-over functionality to ensure maximum connectivity and minimum service interruption.

    Elyzium Digital Cloud Network can be placed in the existing networks to automatically re-route your MPLS data traffic failover to Elyzium Digital Secure Access via the internet, and keep your business up and running in the event of an outage.If the agent detects that the MPLS link is not active, it automatically fails over to the Elyzium Digital Cloud link via the internet and is connected to the applications in the data center.

VPN

    A VPN, or virtual private network, keeps your data safe online from hackers, snoopers, and identity thieves, while providing unrestricted access to blocked websites and services.
    A VPN ensures that the information traveling between your connected device (computer, smartphone, tablet) and the VPN's server is encrypted — and therefore secure from hackers, cyber criminals, and data thieves.

    Why do I need a VPN?
  • Stay private online
  • Protect yourself on public WiFi
  • Access a Business Network While Traveling
  • Access Your Home Network While Travelling
  • Bypass Internet Censorship
  • Downloading Files

Point-to-point

    In telecommunications, a point-to-point connection refers to a communications connection between two communication endpoints or nodes. An example is a telephone call, in which one telephone is connected with one other, and what is said by one caller can only be heard by the other. This is contrasted with a point-to-multipoint or broadcast connection, in which many nodes can receive information transmitted by one node.

    Basic data link:A traditional point-to-point data link is a communications medium with exactly two endpoints and no data or packet formatting. The host computers at either end take full responsibility for formatting the data transmitted between them.
    Basic data link:In a local network, repeater hubs or switches provide basic connectivity. A hub provides a point-to-multipoint (or simply multipoint) circuit in which all connected client nodes share the network bandwidth.