A technology infrastructure is defined as the technical framework that enables the secure, seamless interconnection of end-points devices such as PCs, MACs, tablets and smartphones with business applications and databases residing on web servers and cloud server farms. If a given end-point device or server does not support the full TCP/IP protocol stack, an Internet Protocol (IP) adapter can be used to bridge this non-compliant end-point device and server to the Technology Infrastructure.

A typical small Technology Infrastructures is composed of the following


  • A Wide Area Network (WAN) - such as the Global Internet WAN shown in this network diagram.

  • Local Area Networks (LAN) - Routers, Switches, Wireless Access Points (WAPs), and other LAN components.

  • Multiple End-Point Networking (EPD) Devices- PCs, MACs, tablets, smartphones, and other web-compliant devices.

  • Wireless Networking or Wi-Fi - our techs specialize in wireless site surveys which will show how your existing wireless network is performing. They can also setup a new wireless network to work with your LAN. 

  • Legacy Servers, Intranet Servers, and Specializes Servers used to support VoIP and Surveillance Camera Systems.

The common thread between all three of these components is the IPv4/IPv6 Internet Protocol. The Technology Infrastructure along with the Internet Protocol provides ubiquitous, anywhere-at-anytime access to business applications and database servers attached to the LAN and/or the Global Internet WAN. These applications and databases are located on:

  • Internet and Intranet Web Servers.

  • Cloud Computing Provider (CSP) Servers.

  • Legacy Application and Database Servers.

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