Network Engineering


Networking Engineering, Design, Installation
and Administration.



Just as you can not build a bridge without engineering other wise it would fail, so to is network engineering important to have a functional network. 

A network engineer
handles all of the “plumbing” for a company’s computers and telecommunications requirements or what is now known as ICT (Information Communication Technology), connecting offices with available links and communication technologies in a way that provides for the amount and type of traffic that is required by the client without wastage with redundancy and growth factored into the engineering, hooking them up on to the Internet, and configuring all internal systems such as net routers, switches, servers workstations, Phone systems, phones, phone lines, VoIP services, remote teleworkers, remote servers, cloud solutions and firewalls. 

 It’s a ‘noodly’ job; you have to be able to think your way through problems, limitations, specs, requirements and understand how systems intergate.  A lot of the time is spent planning and calculating finally formulating a spec, design and costings.  








                 
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