Structured WAN and LAN

Structured WAN and LAN

Every business entity must be acquainted with the fact that its structured cabling system (SCS) is a crucial part of their network. Consequently, only properly designed, implemented and administered cabling systems will allow streamlined, optimized business operations, best possible utilization of IT resources and protection of capital investments, as well as uninterrupted business continuity

Therefore, businesses must carefully select a reliable and experienced partner who will focus on their IT imperatives and deliver them reliable, resilient, manageable and most importantly future-proof cabling systems, this is where Systemtech Group comes into play, as a result of our vast experience in the field; we have also over the years become industries first choice when it comes to Structured Cabling.We design, develop and implement Integrated solutions for LAN, WAN and MAN in copper and optical fiber.

Using Systemtech technology, structured LAN, WAN and MAN can be deployed at:

  • Faster rate
  • At lower cost
  • With greater flexibility
Wireless Backhaul & Last Mile Solution

Wireless Backhaul & Last Mile Solution

The quest to deliver bandwidth in Enterprise networks, homes, offices, wireless backhaul and other locations has never been so great, as businesses demand fully integrated communication solutions connecting sites to support Data, Voice and Video applications. The quantity of IP based data traffic transmitted across corporate data networks is continuing to increase exponentially. Increased use of the Internet, email, access to core company data and Voice and Video over IP are typical applications all driving businesses to provide bandwidth to users. Developments in the security industry also include CCTV systems that utilize IP as the communications protocol allowing integration into the corporate information network.

All of these drivers have created huge demand for high bandwidth communication links to act as main bearer circuits, redundant paths or for access to disaster recovery sites. And we have surmounted this major challenge of delivering high-speed, high-bandwidth services to Enterprise networks, homes, offices and other locations with the deployment of our innovative backbone and last mile solutions using Free Space Optics (FSO) technology, wireless backhaul, also known as fixed wireless Ethernet bridges, point to point wireless, wireless mesh, WiMax backhaul, and point to multipoint wireless, (both licensed microwave links and unlicensed wireless bridges) thereby extending broadband connectivity further and faster than with structured cabling or fiber:

Systemtech Group wireless networking platform enables the creation of multi-use converged wireless networks operations and this networks are ideal for citywide Wi-Fi, public safety, campus hotzones, and highway Wi-Fi implementations.we provides the highest level microwave path analysis, wireless engineering and wireless installation skills to help bring the last mile wireless access to areas that need it. With the proper wireless site survey, planning, and RF design almost any area can benefit and receive carrier class communications. Whether there is a need to extend the reach of fiber to the last mile using a point-to-point wireless Ethernet link or provide a carrier class ISP network (WISP) by deploying a point-to-multipoint wireless network, there are multiple solutions available to meet the needs of any environment.

Our backhaul infrastructure can be deployed to provide coverage to enterprises, residential customers, or to a carrier's cell site over a wireless network to a single fixed backhaul point. Systemtech 's carrier-grade wireless network technology and use of multi-radio wireless nodes:

Systemtech's wireless network technology and use of multi-radio wireless nodes:
  • Provides support for high-speed mobile voice and data services
  • Results in a scalable network architecture with robust dedicated backhaul supporting QOS, low-latency applications, and fast mobile hand-off
  • Is remotely upgradeable to enable support for new radio technologies (such as WiMAX) and new applications as they emerge
  • Allows the use of low cost, current standards-based hardware available from a range of equipment suppliers
  • Allows for flexible deployment options
  • Includes carrier-grade network management systems and interfaces to carriers' or ISPs' backend systems

With Systemtech technology, an enterprise or a carrier has a broad range of options to quickly and cost effectively deploy a last mile and backhaul network with unmatched flexibility.



Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a type of technology that converts voice communications into digital data that is transmitted over the internet, or a packet-switched network. It is also a way to carry phone calls over an IP data network, whether on the Internet or your own internal network.

A primary attraction of VoIP is its ability to help reduce expenses because telephone calls travel over the data network rather than the phone company's network and integrate in existing data network. Systemtech services scale its VoIP solution across major OEM’s like Microsoft, Avaya, oracle and cisco.

Video Conferencing

Video Conferencing

Video conferencing is a communications technology that integrates video and voice to connect remote users with each other as if they were in the same room.Using real-time video communications: decision makers across various industries are making better decisions faster, time-to-market is shrinking, people are being trained at less cost, and lives are being saved. Financial institutions, schools, medical practitioners, manufacturers, and many users in other industries are making video an essential part of their communications environment

By replacing the need for in-person meetings, videoconferencing

  • Eliminates travel expenses
  • Saves time
  • Increases productivity
  • Provides real-time communication with small or large groups of people worldwide
  • Enables remote training
  • Strengthens relationships with remote colleagues, partners and customers
  • Improves work-life balance for busy executives by eliminating the need to travel

Remote communication has become a way of life for today's enterprises. Whether the goal is time to market, access to subject-matter experts, or efficient decision making, video conferencing is rapidly becoming the norm, and for good reason. It is a smarter, timelier, and more cost-effective approach than business travel. However, when video conferencing isn’t at its best, it is more painful than productive. Poor audio and video quality and less than optimal bandwidth are distracting. Care must be taking when chosen a company that will design, implement and manage your company’s Video Conferencing Solution to get the optimal benefit inherent on the solution. We partner with industry leading companies in Video Conferencing such as CISCO, LIFESIZE and POLYCOM to provide you with a cutting edge, crystal clear, HD quality and reliable video conferencing solution that will change your Organizational way of doing business. .

Networking Monitoring

Networking Monitoring

Businesses are continually scrutinizing IT budgets. Quality of service, high-availability and security demands are at an all time high. The Internet has revolutionized how businesses operate, allowing us the ability to proactively monitor your critical devices and services and predict potential failures before they occur. Network Monitoring and Management utilities focus on gathering and storing data about networks, and the devices attached to them, with the specific aim of enabling network administrators to proactively manage the network. Our Network Monitoring and Management tools typically allow administrators to manage the configuration of network devices and may also perform tasks such as vulnerability and patch management.

As a network manager, you know that not all of your devices and services are created equal. Some support critical business operations, have executive level visibility, and simply cannot fail. Others are important but can weather some downtime – though you would like to proactively identify issues and resolve them before a complete failure of service ensues. It’s only logical, that you would want to set up different levels of monitoring on the infrastructure and application services under your watch. And, since the devices and systems talk different languages, you need broad support for industry standard technologies to effectively monitor your core business applications and services. Our network monitoring solutions makes it easy to quickly detect, diagnose, and resolve performance issues within your ever-changing corporate or data centre network. We deliver real-time views and dashboards that enable you to visually track network performance at a glance. Plus, with our dynamic network topology maps and automated network discovery features, you can keep up with your evolving network without breaking a sweat.

Fixed Wireless

Fixed Wireless

Systemtech has created a highly-flexible and cost-effective fixed wireless solution specifically designed for the provisioning of voice and data services in areas where little or no infrastructure exists. This solution may also be used in areas with existing infrastructure to allow a new-entrant to provide an alternative service platform. Many areas in developed and developing markets lack the core infrastructure to enable the delivery of voice and data services to:

  • Residents
  • Businesses
  • Schools

The reasons for this may be economic, political, or simply timing. Either way, people in these areas need to be able to communicate to meet economic development, education and community needs. Systemtech has responded to this problem by developing a highly-flexible, spectrum agnostic, fixed wireless solution that can provide platforms based on:

  • WiMAX utilizing licensed spectrum
  • Open spectrum/Wi-Fi in the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands
  • Combination of both

The choice depends on the location and spectrum rights available to the service provider. Systemtech’s fixed wireless solution is made up of its remotely-upgradeable, multi-radio base station as well as cost-effective and easy-to-install CPE. The base stations are deployed in strategic locations throughout the network area depending on bandwidth and coverage requirements. Backhaul from the base stations to the core network is provided using a combination of best-of-breed, third party, point-to-point, wireless solutions. At the end user level, the CPE is deployed at the school, residence or business and comprises an antenna, mini wireless node, power supply and Ethernet ports to connect phone lines and computers. Systemtech Wireless understands that customer and operator needs are different in each location, whether from an application, quality of service or spectrum perspective. With the rapid evolution of technology, Systemtech has ensured that its solution remains future-proof by creating base station and CPE that are:

  • Remotely upgradeable from a software perspective
  • Modular and upgradeable from a hardware and component perspective

In response to different application and security requirements, as well as the need in some locations to support more than one service provider on the same set of infrastructure, Systemtech has developed a proprietary virtual network technology for multi-hop wireless networks using:

  • Multiple VLANs
  • Multiple SSIDs

This creates a truly secure and multi-layered wireless network solution allowing multiple service providers to deliver different secure and prioritized applications all on the same set of infrastructure.

Structured WAN and LAN

Structured WAN and LAN

A Free Space Optical transmission system is a wireless form of connection designed for the interconnection of two points which have a direct line of sight. This line-of-sight technology approach uses invisible beams of light to provide optical bandwidth connections capable of sending up to 1.25 Gbps of data, voice, and video communications simultaneously through the air (optical communications at the speed of light), enabling fiber-optic connectivity without requiring physical fiber-optic cable. The carrier used for the transmission of this signal is Infrared and is generated by either high power LED or laser diode. The easiest way to visualise how the systems work is to imagine two points interconnected with fibre optic cable then remove the fibre. FSO technology requires light. The use of light is a simple concept similar to optical transmissions using fiber-optic cables; the only difference is the medium. Light travels through air faster than it does through glass, so it is fair to classify FSO technology as optical communications at the speed of light. Benefits to using Free Space Optical technology:

Benefits to using Free Space Optical technology:

  • Full channel speeds
  • No license requirements
  • Ease of installation
  • Highly secure
  • Compatible with copper or fibre interfaces
  • No bridge or router requirements
  • Cost effective, rapid pay back
  • No recurrent annual rental costs
  • Internal or external mounting
  • Excellent availability
  • Fully portable
  • Resistant to temperature and climatic changes
  • Near zero latency over all distances
  • Transparent to networks or protocols

FSO in Enterprise Networks

Every enterprise aspires to understand its customers at Systemtech Group, we aspire to more. We give our customers the communication networks, connectivity and services they need to transform their businesses. With the most comprehensive FSO product range available, Enterprise FSO solutions are available for many interface types over a wide range of bandwidths including 10/100 Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, ATM155, ATM622, E1 and n x E1.Data, voice and video can be fully integrated over a single link offering broadband solutions at true wireline speeds . Systemtech Group has the complete product suite to meet the ever-increasing demands of the Enterprise. Because of the scalability and flexibility of FSO technology, optical wireless products can be deployed in many enterprise applications including building-to-building connectivity, disaster recovery, network redundancy and temporary connectivity for applications such as data, voice and data, video services, medical imaging, engineering services, fixed-line carrier bypass etc.

LAN to LAN Communication

Full duplex connectivity and wireline speeds are achieved providing the infrastructure for LAN to LAN connectivity. With speeds of up to Gigabit Ethernet then businesses are able to provide access to bandwidth hungry applications from remote sites at the same time as retaining the security and integrity of the data inherent within the Corporate LAN. Through the utilisation of lasers as a transmission medium then the security issues and network breaches facing unlicensed radio and microwave are overcome using our FSO technology. Typically many of these bandwidth requirements are for circuits that can operate across relatively short distances. Typical environments include office-to-office connections in the urban environment, campus locations and factory locations where a line of site is usually achievable. Traditional connectivity solutions have included expensive leased circuits from the Telco operators, installation of time consuming and costly fixed cabling or wireless solutions such as licensed microwave or IEEE 802.11b radio which are now suffering from spectrum availability and security issues. Within the wireless arena, Free Space Optics (FSO) has emerged as an ideal technology to provide cost effective, license free, high bandwidth solutions to the bandwidth bottleneck encountered in the enterprise market place.

FSO solutions in the Telecoms world

As operators launch new data and messaging services, and continue to build out network Infrastructures, operators need to focus on the customer needs, experiences and the applications which will generate future revenues. Users are significantly more sophisticated than when 2G first appeared and much more demanding in the quality of service they receive as a result. Operators are therefore dependant on the robustness of the infrastructure they use and the capacity and solidity of the bandwidth it generates.

Systemtech Group offers the most comprehensive set of FSO solutions available, providing:

  • Lower Start-up Costs
  • Speed and ease of deployment
  • Highly modular and scalable architecture
  • High quality and reliable services
  • Highly cost-efficient and economic
  • Expandable transmission capacity
FSO in the cellular backhaul “banishing the bandwidth blues”

Free Space Optics (FSO) already plays a key role in cellular networks, providing cost-effective and quickly deployable connections between base stations and the nearest network switching node. Indeed, the reliability and low cost of the technology has made it a popular option, with GSM operators worldwide. With the growth of GPRS and the debut of 3G data services, a new wave of backhaul deployment is under way. As base-station densities increase, more cost-effective and flexible systems are required to serve shorter site-to-site distances. As well as supporting the evolution to 3G mobile technology, backhaul networks must also provide additional capacity to meet the increased traffic demands resulting from new content-rich mobile data services. Also, operators need equipment that can be installed rapidly to meet market demand. In this new environment, the flexibility and ease of implementation of FSO systems offer an efficient and future-proof way of backhauling voice and data traffic. It is vital that FSO systems evolve to handle more dynamic traffic patterns and provide increased capacity. The systems can be optimised where a crowded radio spectrum limits the deployment of microwave technologies. Furthermore, they must enable operators to respond quickly to changing market conditions, while maximizing network availability, quality of service (QoS) and security to boost and protect revenue. These goals are difficult to achieve using the current backhaul architectures alone. A number of new transmission technologies are needed, and some new network design and management techniques. Operators must also adopt an end-to-end view of the network to achieve maximum efficiency and return on investment.

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