Overview

A Wide Area Network ( WAN) is a computer network covering multiple distance areas, which may spread across the entire world. WANs often connect multiple smaller networks, such as local area networks (LANs) or metro area networks (MANs). The world's most popular WAN is the Internet. Some segments of the Internet are also WANs in themselves. The key difference between WAN and LAN technologies is scalability. C WAN must be able to grow as needed to cover multiple cities, even countries and continents.

Our deep experience with these systems allows us to form a technology partnerships with the industry’s top equipment manufacturers, including HP, Enterasys, Cisco Systems, CheckPoint, Fortinet, and Barracuda Systems. These relationships allow Networking Technologies employees to access top-level training programs and work with a number of other LAN WAN design experts. That makes Spooster uniquely qualified to evaluate and address each of our customers’ unique network needs, allowing those businesses to meet or exceed their short and long-term objectives.

We select the appropriate technologies for the design, migrate network configurations and provide technical support for the entire project. With years of network experience, Network Technologies offers reliable recommendations for all related expenditures, helping our clients achieve maximum return on their investments.