Remote Network Planning & Optimization

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“Networking” in simple terms means sharing of data, information or services amongst a crowd with common interests, though this term means the same even in a technical language, the only difference is that the sharing or transfer of information happens through wires, cables and other supporting tools that form a web like design to connect one computer, gadget or site to the other.

A telecommunication network is no different and can be defined as a group of terminals, links and nodes connected together through circuit or message switching to facilitate contact between the terminal users. A “remote networking” or distant networking however addresses to the system where a computer acts as a node and calls another distant network gadget on a common network, for instance connecting branch offices at distant places to one common head office to deliver and receive required data or information.

The main purpose of a remote network is the accessibility of information from a distance. Data can be accessed not only through an internet service provider or a dial up connection but also through LAN(local area network), ISDN(Integrated Services Digital Network), DSL(Digital Subscriber Line) or  a cable modem.
Planning a Remote Network:

When setting up a remote network, planning is the most important thing to do before taking up a step for a successful functional networking system. The plan has to laid down in black and white keeping in mind all the positives and negatives of a given system, its loopholes and backup plan for times when one might just fail, but all this can be done only after a thorough research. The planning is done not alone or the layout of the network but also for aspects such as,

  • Planning the functioning of the network and ensuring that the system runs as per the desired parameters.
  • Planning and ensuring the planned life span of the system.
  • Planning the inflow of finances and cost to be incurred for the setup, installation and maintenance of the system.
  • Planning the asset sourcing
  • Finally planning the execution/ implementation, smooth running and maintenance of the plan.

A good planning of network is followed by the Optimisation of remote network, that includes some basic yet very important aspects:

  1. Topological Optimisation: Deciding the place to setup the module/ structure with a plan and tools to join them. This process must also take care of cost calculation to be incurred for transmission and other related products/ services to calculate the cost for the most effective setup.
  2. Non-linear Optimisation: The second aspect determines the cost of the transmission when a component of a particular size is used based on its performance, resulting into the best size with optimum results at relative costs.
  3. Multicommodity Flow Optimisation: Meeting capacity needs and guaranteeing dependability within the network to chop out the best feasible circuit plan is what this aspect has to take care of.

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