• Storage – choose from storage area networks (SAN), disk arrays, network-attached storage (NAS), tape and automated backup, server-based storage, disks, storage media, DVD and CD products.

  • Servers – super scalable servers and server appliances for tower or rack-mount environments, internal system expansion or simplified clustering. 

  • Networking – home networking, switches and hubs, storage area networks (SAN), print servers and network software, modems, Windows-server connectivity, output management and document delivery.  

  • Satellite communications – hardware equipment and building of two-way broadband satellite communication system for Internet, opportunities to chose from three levels of single-user or multiple- users accounts  – standard, plus, premium; Virtual Private Networks (VPN) building between different subsidiaries or remote locations of enterprise, medium, small business, governmental or non-governmental organizations, etc.; VoIP systems building.

 

  • Passive network

    • Cables (FTP, twisted pair, UTP, S/FTP) and patch cords (Shielded, unshielded).

    • Outlets, jacks (UTP, FTP, RJ45 – screened, unscreened), modular plugs (BNC, RJ10, RJ11, RJ45), surface mount boxes (single, double, shielded, unshielded).

    • Patch panels (UTP, FTP), fiber optic patch panels.

    • Racks, shelves, management panels and accessories, etc.

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IT includes several layers of physical equipment (hardware), virtualization and management or automation tools, operating systems and applications (software) used to perform essential functions. User devices, peripherals and software, such as laptops, smartphones or even recording equipment, can be included in the IT domain. IT can also refer to the architectures, methodologies and regulations governing the use and storage of data.