Communications Infrastructure

Universal Infrastructure

UC (Unified Communications) represent an evolutionary step in communication systems. UC is no longer just a telephone exchange or a voice mail, but has the means for real-time communication, information about availability, mobility and multiple channel communication anywhere, anytime. Thanks to the provision of multi-channel communication, the in-house communication improves. The UC portfolio consists of IP telephony, unified (or voice) mail, conference calls, collaborationist means (WebEx) and mobile solutions.

Implementation of server solutions (virtualization, clustering)

Our consultants have extensive experience with implementing server solutions both on the Windows platform and on UNIX (including Sun Solaris) and Linux. In the case of a requirement for high availability solutions installed, we offer clustering implementation (SunCluster, Veritas Cluster Server). Using the clusters it is possible to provide 99.999% availability, either under the active / passive regime, where one cluster node serves as a backup, or under active / active regime when, using cluster services, the load is evenly distributed among all cluster nodes.
Virtualization and consolidation of server infrastructure is one of the fundamental pillars of modern IT. We implement consolidation projects of server rooms using VMWARE technologies (Virtual Infrastructure 3, vSphere), Microsoft (HyperV) or the native tools of the operating system Sun Solaris (Solaris Containers).

SAN solutions (data centres, backup, archiving)

Storage Area Network (SAN) represents a fundamental building block of modern data centres. A SAN network of independent, reliable and fast transmission elements system is one of the popular and established technologies today. To a SAN network we can connect servers, disk storage and, of course, backup systems. Today's standard is the network rate of 8GB/s switch with a non-blocking architecture. Utilization is possible for all applications and servers, highly available systems, systems extremely dependent on the availability, or systems that produce large amounts of data.

Mail Systems

In most businesses today, e-mail is one of the most important communication tools. Employees need high-quality and fast access to e-mail, calendar, attachments, contacts, etc., regardless of where they are or what device they are using. Integral parts of this solution include the security communication technologies, such as digital signature, message content encryption, protection against viruses and spam.