Smart systems need a smarter network and modern LAN design, based on a fundamentally new set of best practices reflective of these new platforms and intelligent devices, directly addresses many of the challenges that network architects and administrators are facing.
As stated in Frost & Sullivan’s new whitepaper, The Modern LAN: Rethinking Network Design for the Modern Age, “traditional network designs are trapped in a PC-centric world, putting intelligent systems at risk of significant cyber threats and poor environmental stewardship, as well as negatively impacting the company’s bottom line. The local area network (LAN) is the nerve center of most businesses today, delivering mission-critical applications and communications to end users throughout the organization. Businesses rely on their data networks to operate every facet of their operations, with intelligent, connected devices replacing everything from the phones on employees’ desks to the cameras and sensors that secure their facilities. Smart systems need a smarter network. Modern LAN design, based on a fundamentally new set of best practices reflective of these new platforms and intelligent devices, directly addresses many of the challenges that network architects and administrators are facing. Modern LAN design considers not only bandwidth and power requirements, but also environmental concerns, security threats and end-user needs. The goal is to establish a sustainable framework to make the network as smart as the devices and applications it supports”.
“Early on we recognized that as organizations adopt the IoT within their environment, that innovations in PoE capabilities were required to provide them with the ability to connect new IP endpoints to their applications.”
NVT Phybridge, along with their new office in India, is a pioneer in long reach PoE innovations proven to enable the Modern LAN. “Early on we recognized that as organizations adopt the Internet of Things within their environment, that innovations in PoE capabilities were required. We are the leaders in long reach PoE solutions, providing organizations with the ability to connect new IP endpoints to their applications, leveraging single-pair UTP, coax, or multi-pair UTP cabling with reach capabilities over 1kilometer. We have managed and unmanaged switches as well as single port solutions” said John Croce, CEO of NVT Phybridge. NVT Phybridge invented many of these technologies, and today celebrates a major milestone. NVT Phybridge has helped organizations save over $100 Million USD in infrastructure costs, building a secure and simple to manage network and accelerating IP modernization. The most power federal agency in the world, the leader in space research, and global governments of all levels have successfully used NVT Phybridge award winning PoE innovation for their IP modernization.
To celebrate our India expansion and our $100 Million milestone, we are extending a special offer to all qualifying organizations including a proof of concept unit for testing, special discounts and a dedicated local team to support your IoT modernization. We are excited that Frost & Sullivan have validated the many benefits our customers have been receiving for almost a decade with the formalization of the Modern LAN principles, and to help organization in India modernize to IP creating a secure, simple to managed network while saving money and eliminating risk.