Interconnecting the computers (and/or other computing devices) so that they can exchange data and share resources with each other is the basic, most important and mandatory requirement of every organisation. Whether you are connecting your data centres, head office, branch offices, or supporting your remote workers access to a mission critical, a robust and efficient IT Infrastructure is the key to the success a business.
OPERANT provides IT infrastructure Services for your specific business requirements to align network architecture and end-to-end communication to ensure your business has the best IT solutions built by highly professional and technology experts. We provide small, midsize and enterprise size businesses with scalable support services both onsite and remotely.
Range of IT Infrastructure services offered by OPERANT includes:
OPERANT is focused on identifying and supporting the users and applications which drive your business to deliver data and applications to users simply, quickly, securely, and efficiently. OPERANT works with the organisations to enhance their end-user experience, reduce IT workloads and ensure mission-critical operations by leveraging next-generation computer networking solutions.
OPERANT provides Audio Visual Solutions of any kind to various organizations like Corporate, Retail, Commercial, Hospitality, Educational Institutes and Residential facilities.
" In WiFi technology, each frequency band (2.4 GHz or 5 GHz) is made of component streams. WiFi data travels on these streams. The increase of streams provide higher connection speed, and your client device have more paths to communicate with your WiFi router. WiFi 6: It has the 12 number of streams across the 2.4GHz and 5 GHz bands WiFi 5: It has a limit of 8 streams across the 2.4GHz and 5 GHz band configuration WiFi-5 and WiFi-6 are two different standards for wireless networks. WiFi-5, also known as 802.11ac, is the previous generation of wireless technology, while WiFi-6, also known as 802.11ax, is the latest standard. Here are some of the key differences between WiFi-5 and WiFi-6: Speed: WiFi-6 is faster than WiFi-5. The maximum theoretical speed of WiFi-6 is 9.6 Gbps, while the maximum speed of WiFi-5 is 3.5 Gbps. Capacity: WiFi-6 can handle more devices simultaneously than WiFi-5. This is due to the introduction of MU-MIMO (Multi-User Multiple Input Multiple Output) technology, which allows the router to communicate with multiple devices simultaneously. Efficiency: WiFi-6 is more power-efficient than WiFi-5. This is due to the introduction of a new feature called Target Wake Time (TWT), which allows devices to schedule their communication with the router to conserve battery power. Range: WiFi-6 has better range than WiFi-5. This is due to the introduction of a new feature called BSS Coloring, which reduces interference and improves the range of the wireless signal. Security: WiFi-6 has better security features than WiFi-5. This is due to the introduction of WPA3 (Wi-Fi Protected Access 3), which provides stronger encryption and better protection against hacking."
"Unmanaged Switch: *Fixed configuration - Plug & Play *No control over traffic *No security *SNMP is not an option Managed Switch: *Can be configured according to need *Control over LAN traffic *Control over Access - Security *SNMP available - Allows for remote troubleshooting of network"
"Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a technology that allows network cables to carry electrical power along with data signals. This technology is used to power devices like IP phones, wireless access points, and network cameras without requiring separate power cables. There are different types of PoE standards, which differ in terms of the amount of power they can deliver over the network cable. Here's a brief overview of the differences between PoE, PoE+, and PoE++: PoE (802.3af): This is the original PoE standard, which can deliver up to 15.4 watts of power over a network cable. This is enough to power devices like IP phones and wireless access points, but not devices with higher power requirements like pan-tilt-zoom cameras or high-power wireless access points. PoE+ (802.3at): This standard is also known as PoE+ or PoE Plus. It can deliver up to 30 watts of power over a network cable, which is double the amount of power that PoE can deliver. This makes it suitable for powering higher-power devices like pan-tilt-zoom cameras and high-power wireless access points. PoE++ (802.3bt): This standard is also known as 4-pair PoE, Type 3 or Type 4. It can deliver up to 60 or 100 watts of power over a network cable, depending on the implementation. This makes it suitable for powering even higher-power devices like video conferencing systems, thin clients, and virtual desktop infrastructure."