Active Network Solutions: Active networking is a communication pattern that allows packets flowing through a telecommunications network to dynamically modify the operation of the network, it also consists of active hardware, capable of routing or switching as well as executing code within active packets.
Network Access Control (NAC): is an approach to computer security that attempts to unify endpoint security technology (such as antivirus, host intrusion prevention, and vulnerability assessment), user or system authentication and network security enforcement.
Network & Performance Monitoring: is a routine process to evaluate, analyze, report and track on the performance of a computer network. It enables network administrators and managers to keep track of the overall performance and quality of network service delivery of the underlying network.
Network Traffic Analysis (NTA): s the process of recording, reviewing and analyzing network traffic for the purpose of performance, security and/or general network operations and management. It is the process of using manual and automated techniques to review granular-level detail and statistics within network traffic.
Network Wired and Wireless Solutions: Reliable wired and wireless networking solutions that reduce network clutter for better system health and functionality. Paladin is experienced in implementing both indoor and outdoor wireless local area networks (WLANs), according to 802.11n, 802.11ac, and 802.11ax networking standards.
SD-WAN and SD-Branch Solution: it provides a network overlay which improves network up time, provides for application prioritization via quality of service policies, offers Internet security and centralized management.
Software-Defined Networking: is an approach to network management that enables dynamic, programmatically efficient network configuration in order to improve network performance and monitoring making it more like cloud computing than traditional network management.
Unified Communications: IP system that integrates (or “unifies”) multiple communication methods within a business. For example, your business probably communicates in a number of ways: phone calls, video conferencing, instant messaging, email, SMS, fax - the list goes on and on.