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CCTECH has the pleasure to design your network, re-engineer your current network design, and manage your network. With the help of Dr. Mohamad Kalash (PhD in Management of Information Technology,MS in Computer Network Engineering,BA in Business Administration,A+, Network+, CIWA, CIWCI,SCSA, SCNA, LPIC1, LPIC2, NCLA, DCTS, LCI,MCP, MCSA, MCSE, MCTS, MCITP, CRM, MCT,ITE, CCNA, CCNP, CCIE Written, CCAI) we have performed many networking projects for huge companies.
The network planning process begins with the acquisition of external information. This includes:

  • Forecasts of how the new network/service will operate;
  • The economic information concerning costs;
  • The technical details of the network’s capabilities.

Planning a new network/service involves implementing the new system across the first four layers of the OSI Reference Model. Choices must be made for the protocols and transmission technologies.
Network planning process involves three main steps:

  • Topological design: This stage involves determining where to place the components and how to connect them... These methods involve determining the costs of transmission and the cost of switching, and thereby determining the optimum connection matrix and location of switches and concentrators.
  • Network-synthesis: This stage involves determining the size of the components used, subject to performance criteria such as the Grade of Service (GoS).
  • Network realization: This stage involves determining how to meet capacity requirements, and ensure reliability within the network. The method involves determining all information relating to demand, costs and reliability, and then using this information to calculate an actual physical circuit plan.

These steps are performed iteratively in parallel with one another.


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