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The foundation for efficient data exchange and collaboration

Modern network architecture brings benefits to businesses by reducing operational costs and enhancing stability and accessibility. Despite the widespread adoption of cloud technologies, the Global Network Trends Report for 2023 indicates that 50% of workloads are still deployed locally.


Approaches to network modernization include transitioning to remote computing through cloud migration, investing in large channels, implementing SD-WAN, deploying network function virtualization, and more.

Software Defined Networking 

Contemporary networks are software-configurable, meaning that network functionality is no longer tied to hardware devices. Instead, network functions are implemented through software running on standard equipment. SD-WAN provides better access, control, and resilience for branches, optimizing remote access to cloud applications. This ensures greater flexibility, scalability, and cost savings.

Unified Communications

Simplification is perhaps the most significant advantage of unified communications. Unified communications and collaboration bring together everything your team uses for interaction, collaboration, and information exchange into a single optimized solution. Unified communications solutions consist of two components: the UC server component hosted in the cloud or implemented on-site. In other cases, software such as Cisco Webex, which can run on Windows or Linux servers, is recommended.

Network Security

Network security functions detect, analyze, and then eliminate or prevent threats arising from network access or spreading within it. Proxy servers, intrusion detection and prevention systems, firewalls, network monitoring systems, VPNs, tools for protection against targeted attacks, and other instruments help address the need for reliable network security.

Network Monitoring and Management Solutions in this class provide a comprehensive view of your network's activity, combining traffic routing predefinitions to support load balancing, configuration management, fault tolerance, security, performance, and providing information about activity, server usage analytics, and device monitoring. Additional information not only enhances control over data protection and flow but also strengthens the foundation of a reliable network security infrastructure. In simpler terms, it allows companies to truly understand and manage what is happening in their network.

Why is it important? 

Considering the speed of modern business, organizations cannot afford delays associated with productivity. This can affect operational costs, quality of customer service, and your profit. If you are still unsure about the need to modernize your network, think about the benefits it can bring:

  • Average latency reduction by 45%
  • Potential cost reduction of up to 60%

An architecture based on the principles of security and internetworking provides greater speed, scalability, choice, reliability, and efficiency. Elevate your network to a new level with ALESTA.