DATA CENTER NETWORKING
The Modern Network Drives the Future of Business
The connections we share with each other make great feats of engineering, business, and culture possible. Today, that concept is best demonstrated by the business data network. Only by connecting and networking a company’s data center, laptops, mobile devices, and more can that business hope to compete in the modern marketplace.
At Mindsight, our highly certified engineers build networks with two primary goals: reliability and high performance. To get there, we only use proven network design principles and technologies. This creates a network that excels in availability, security, scalability, and—yes—performance. From there, we use advanced consolidation and virtualization technologies to further increase efficiency, reduce costs, and enhance business resiliency and agility.
Mindsight’s Approach to Data Center Networking
Mindsight offers several solutions to ensure your network is optimized and able to expand with your evolving business needs.Learn More
LAN / WAN
Mindsight can build, repair, expand, or restructure a local area network (LAN) or wide area network (WAN) to better connect your workforce. Take advantage of the latest in networking strategies and hardware.Learn More
Software Defined Networking
Learn the differences between the two leading software defined networking products and how virtualization can provide unmatched network flexibility.Learn More
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July 19, 2022 by Siobhan Climer, Eric White, and Kim Morgan This article was originally published in February 2020. When this article was first written, in February of 2020, the world, as we know it, was a totally different place. Lockdowns, stay at home orders,…Read More
April 22, 2022 Artificial intelligence, whereby blazing fast computers are trained with massive amounts of data to perform human functions like image processing and speech recognition, is on the rise. Again. That’s according to a late 2021 report by Gartner, which predicts $62.5 billion…Read More
September 14, 2021 by Siobhan Climer and Mishaal Khan This article was originally published in June of 2019. Cybercrime costs are expected to reach $10.5 trillion USD by 2025, up a staggering 15% from a mere $6 trillion in 2020. Despite the lingering beliefs…Read More