Network Design 

Networking your computers together not only makes sense, it saves time. 
Let us ensure you have the best and most efficient network for your company. Your network needs to be secure, robust and scale-able for future growth. 
Network planning process involves three main steps: 
Topological Design 
This stage involves determining where to place the components and how to connect them. The (topological) optimisation methods that can be used in this stage come from an area of mathematics called Graph Theory. These methods involve determining the costs of transmission and the cost of switching, and thereby determining the optimum connection matrix and location of switches and concentrators. 
This stage involves determining the size of the components used, subject to performance criteria such as the Grade of Service (GoS). The method used is known as “Nonlinear Optimisation”, and involves determining the topology, required GoS, cost of transmission, etc., and using this information to calculate a routing plan, and the size of the components. 
Network Realisation 
This stage involves determining how to meet capacity requirements, and ensure reliability within the network. The method used is known as “Multicommodity Flow Optimisation”, and involves determining all information relating to demand, costs and reliability, and then using this information to calculate an actual physical circuit plan. 
Once all of the requirements have been decided, we can produce an efficient network that will allow growth and be robust against intrusion so that your network works at the optimum speed in a safe environment. 
Contact us now on 01476 573999 and let Wardour Secure Networks make the best of your network and its efficiency.