Due to recent successes, Servion Global Solutions is growing rapidly and as a result, acquired new office space. The volume of data traffic relative to the total network traffic increased tremendously. Servion wanted to merge its existing network (which was at three different locations) into one centralized unit. This necessitated redesigning the entire network infrastructure to meet the current and future business needs of the organization. The existing network platform consisted of disparate voice and data networks sharing a single data transport line with four information outlets.
After thoroughly understanding Servion’s needs and requirements, Molex Premise Networks suggested network convergence. Origin Infosys, a long time Molex Business Partner, was chosen as the systems integrator. A Copper Category 6A solution was implemented in the new site, which enabled virtualization across the SCSI servers. As part of the solution, IP telephony was also provided. This extended the conversion of voice traffic to data traffic right up to the phone, thus delivering full voice and data functionality over a single converged network. The entire migration was completed smoothly within a short span of 6 weeks. The only deviation from the original plan was shifting of the operations room to the second floor instead of housing it in the basement…
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