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Today's organizations face increased demands on their network infrastructures, requiring higher levels of performance, availability, and mobility to take advantage of new IP-based technologies. To increase efficiency and reduce costs, these organizations need intelligent networks that effectively utilize available bandwidth capacity, manage data traffic flow, and ensure network security.

ATT Systematics provide best-practice methodologies and expertise to help organizations build next-generation network infrastructures to meet the requirements of IP-based technologies, while maximizing the value of their existing network environments.

Routing & Switching

Routing Functionality to deploy the Integrated Service Routing.

The fast pace of technology growth has facilitates the different integration foundation solutions that are secure, solid, and compatible with future technologies.

Rather than purchasing separate products for individual functions, integrated services routers provide features and enable organizations to take advantage of additional technologies such as IP Communications, wireless, and advanced security systems while ensuring the Quality of Service their business and applications demand.

LAN Switches Form the Core of Every Network

On today’s date, switches have become the core of all networks, providing high-speed connectivity for Data, Voice and Video for converged network.

Because LAN switches are typically deployed throughout business networks, they are the ideal platforms for integrating advanced services throughout the network, such as:

Integrated Security: The switch is the first point of entry into the network for users and servers, it provides the first line of defense against internal security attacks and helps prevent unauthorized users from entering the network.
High Availability: Because most network traffic flows through network switches, it's crucial that they have the highest availability possible to minimize the overall cost of network downtime.

Converged Services: Bringing voice, video, and wireless traffic onto a single IP network requires that all switches now-a-days, are ready to provide the basic foundation layout for any technical face change based upon on-demand application for a convergence communication systems.

On this given technology road map, we, at ATT Systematics, understand all possible edges for a end to end switching connectivity and have a wide range of product line.

Today’s high performance Switches are capable to deliver:


High-end switching capacity to support bandwidth-hungry applications


Converged services IP voice, video services.


Greater protection against internal and external security threats

We understand the detailed technology of Layer 2, Layer 3 switching functionality. This technology understanding helps our customers to reach on a right decision. The right combination of technology and commercial aspects makes a unique value proposition for our customers.

We bring the wide product variation from several manufacturers with different technology advantage and fit into the customer’s specific set of requirement.

Data Security (Perimeter & End Point)

Data Protection controls the risk of data leakage posed by large segments of corporate data residing on endpoints, usage of endpoints outside the network by road warriors and unrestricted use of removable storage devices, applications, network sharing and printing.

ATT Systematics offers Layer-8 Identity based controls over endpoints, controlling access to these media in addition to activity over the endpoints while providing extensive logs and shadow copies. Thus, it prevents data leakage, ensuring that organizations meet the requirements of regulatory compliance like HIPAA, CIPA, GLBA. It also prevents malware entry and enhances employee productivity and efficiency in IT asset management.

Unrestricted data transfer to removable devices like USB and CD/DVD drives, or through web, mail, IM, P2P applications and more is resulting in rising security breaches. While organizations are struggling to define their data loss prevention needs comprehensively, endpoint data protection has emerged as the critical immediate step. Simultaneously, presence of branch offices, rise in sophisticated attacks and the resultant bugs and vulnerabilities are necessitating centralized, automated asset management at the endpoint.

Hence, organizations need security that moves with users to protect data and assets in endpoint devices. While gateway security solutions secure the organizations’ perimeter, endpoint solutions are needed to secure the weakest link in organizations - the end user.

ATT Systematics offers enhanced Endpoint Data Protection with policy-driven data and asset management over the endpoint. The easy-to-manage enhanced Endpoint Data Protection provides seamless control with logging, reporting, encryption and policy-driven controls. It prevents data loss, enhances security, employee productivity and efficient management of IT assets while retaining business flexibility. In addition, organizations can meet regulatory and security compliance requirements.


Prevent Endpoint Data Leakage - Control files transferred over removable devices, instant messengers, emails, network sharing and printers, preventing data leakage over endpoints.

Remote Data Control through Encryption - Eliminate the risk of data loss through device and file encryption. Decryption requirement prevents data leakage in case of lost devices.

Rapid and Simple Deployment - Automatic and centralized installation of robust, tamper-proof agents over multiple end points ensures seamless and transparent deployment.

Reduce Total Cost of Ownership of IT and Security - Hardware and software asset management with inventory, patch, update management and remote deployment of Microsoft Software Installation (MSI) packages, allow organizations to control hardware and software costs while meeting security compliance requirements.

Reduce Malware Penetration, Legal Liabilities, Business Losses - Centralized hardware and software management prevents legal liabilities arising out of unauthorized and illegal application deployment by users. Automated patch management reduces malware penetration, lowering incidences of network outage. Prevention of data leakage across distributed offices and mobile workforce further lowers legal liability and business losses.

Load Balancing

Hardware and software load balancers can come with a variety of special features.

Asymmetric Load: A ratio can be manually assigned to cause some backend servers to get a greater share of the workload than others. This is sometimes used as a crude way to account for some servers being faster than others.

Priority Activation: When the number of available servers drops below a certain number, or load gets too high, standby servers can be brought online.

SSL Offload and Acceleration: SSL applications can be a heavy burden on the resources of a Web Server, especially on the CPU and the end users may see a slow response (or at the very least the servers are spending a lot of cycles doing things they weren't designed to do). To resolve these kinds of issues, a Load Balancer capable of handling SSL Offloading in specialized hardware may be used. When Load Balancers are taking the SSL connections, the burden on the Web Servers is reduced and performance will not degrade for the end users.

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack protection: load balancers can provide features such as SYN cookies and delayed-binding (the back-end servers don't see the client until it finishes its TCP handshake) to mitigate SYN flood attacks and generally offload work from the servers to a more efficient platform.

HTTP compression: reduces amount of data to be transferred for HTTP objects by utilizing grip compression available in all modern web browsers

TCP offload: different vendors use different terms for this, but the idea is that normally each HTTP request from each client is a different TCP connection. This feature utilizes HTTP/1.1 to consolidate multiple HTTP requests from multiple clients into a single TCP socket to the back-end servers.

TCP buffering: the load balancer can buffer responses from the server and spoon-feed the data out to slow clients, allowing the server to move on to other tasks.

Direct Server Return: S an option for asymmetrical load distribution, where request and reply have different network paths
Health checking: S the balancer will poll servers for application layer health and remove failed servers from the pool.

HTTP Caching: the load balancer can store static content so that some requests can be handled without contacting the web servers.

Content Filtering: some load balancers can arbitrarily modify traffic on the way through.

HTTP Security: some load balancers can hide HTTP error pages, remove server identification headers from HTTP responses, and encrypt cookies so end users can't manipulate them.

Priority Queuing: also known as rate shaping, the ability to give different priority to different traffic.
Content aware switching: most load balancers can send requests to different servers based on the URL being requested.

Client Authentication: authenticate users against a variety of authentication sources before allowing them access to a website.

Programmatic Traffic Manipulation: at least one load balancer allows the use of a scripting language to allow custom load balancing methods, arbitrary traffic manipulations, and more.

Firewall: direct connections to backend servers are prevented, for network security reasons.

Intrusion Prevention System: offer application layer security in addition to network/transport layer offered by firewall security.

Bandwidth Management

Indiscriminate Internet surfing and bandwidth-guzzling downloads by internal users often leave enterprises with insufficient bandwidth for business-critical applications. Bandwidth management is becoming a very essential necessity for all the enterprise, educational institutions, SMBs, by & large it is found that we pay for the bandwidth & we only use 30% -40% of the entire pipe, rest we waste by misusing the bandwidth,

Why and When of Bandwidth Management?

1. Is your bandwidth choked from music and video downloads?
2. Want to allocate guaranteed bandwidth to critical applications and users?
3. Is your CEO receiving committed bandwidth through the day?
4. Do you want to allocate 02 Mbps to Special Projects from 6 to 9 pm?
5. Do you know Who is using how much Bandwidth?

Bandwidth management is the process of measuring and controlling the communications (traffic, packets) on a network link, to avoid filling the link to capacity or overfilling the link, which would result in network congestion and poor performance.

VPN & Secured Communication

The most comprehensive approach to network security is an integrated solution that combines the following:


Existing infrastructure devices with embedded security solutions


Security devices that have native network intelligence


Security policy in a collaborative and adaptive security system

The integrated Adaptive Security System provides high amount of de-risking features rather than any individual product or single piece of security box, regardless of features or performance. Using the network to provide common security architecture:

Reduces complexity


Enables tighter integration


Closes risk gaps

This approach provides greater visibility of end-to-end security simplifying the environment with an integrated network design results in security that is easier to deploy and manage. Additionally this steps will help you to derive a logical pay-back-period of your investment.

The main benefits are:


Minimize downtime


Minimize data loss


Optimum Utilization of Bandwidth


Overcome the Geographical Barrier


Enhancement of Human resources


Extended Mobility


High amount of Data Availability


Downsize the Operational Cost

WLAN & Structured Cabling

Wireless LAN

Keep Users Connected with Wireless LANs, Organizations worldwide are deploying wireless networks to increase productivity, enhance collaboration, and improve processes.

Instant interaction, text paging, voice services, and network access while traveling are transforming the business environment.

The following components work together to create a unified wireless network:

Client Devices: These connect desktop and mobile devices to the wireless LAN in 802.11a-, 802.11b-, or 802.11g-compliant networks. Most of today’s laptops are wireless-enabled, and many specialized wireless client devices are now available.

Access Points:These help connect wireless devices to networks, providing ubiquitous network access for many wireless environments.

Network Unification: This is critical for network control, scalability, security, and reliability. Integration into existing networks enables system wide functions including security policies, intrusion prevention, and RF management.

Network Management: As wireless networks grow in scale and complexity, management becomes more critical, requiring central design, control, and monitoring.

Mobility Services: A comprehensive wireless network provides built-in support for leading-edge applications such as wireless voice over IP, location services, advanced security, and other emerging technologies.

Structured Cabling System

Structured cabling is building or campus telecommunications cabling infrastructure that consists of a number of standardized smaller elements (hence structured) called subsystems.

Structured cabling falls into six subsystems:


Entrance Facilities are where the building interfaces with the outside world.


Equipment Rooms host equipment which serve the users inside the building.


Telecommunications Rooms house telecommunication equipment which connect the backbone and the horizontal cabling subsystems.


Backbone Cabling connect between the entrance facilities, equipment rooms and telecommunications rooms.


Horizontal Cabling connect telecommunications rooms to individual outlets or work areas on the floor.


Work-Area Components connect end-user equipment to outlets of the horizontal cabling system.

Structured cabling design and installation is governed by a set of standards that specify wiring data centers, offices, and apartment buildings for data or voice communications, using category 5 (CAT 5E) category 6 cable (CAT 6), category 6A (CAT 6A) & category 7 (CAT 7) and modular sockets. These standards define how to lay the cabling in a star formation, such that all outlets terminate at a central patch panel (which is normally 19 inch rack-mounted), from where it can be determined exactly how these connections will be used. Each outlet can be 'patched' into a data network switch (normally also rack mounted alongside), or patched into a 'telecoms patch panel' which forms a bridge into a private branch exchange (PBX) telephone system, thus making the connection a voice port. Lines patched as data ports into a network switch require simple straight-through patch cables at the other end to connect a computer. Voice patches to PBXs in most countries require an adapter at the remote end to translate the configuration on 8P8C modular connectors into the local standard telephone wall socket. No adapter is needed in the U.S. as the 6P6C plug used with RJ11 telephone connections is physically compatible with the larger 8P8C (RJ-45) socket and the wiring of the 8P8C is compatible with RJ11. In the UK, an adapter must be present at the remote end as the 6-pin BT socket is physically incompatible with 8P8C.

It is common to color code patch panel cables to identify the type of connection, though structured cabling standards do not require it, except in the demarcation wall field.

Cabling standards demand that all eight connectors in Cat5/5e/6 cable are connected, resisting the temptation to 'double-up' or use one cable for both voice and data.

On this given technology road map, we, at ATT Systematics, understand all possible edges for an end to end physical connectivity (structured cabling) and have a wide range of product line & service line. ATT Systematics has certified engineers on Structured Cabling System who are technically qualified to supervise & install any sized Building wide or Campus Wide cabling architecture.

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