Products & Services


Campus LAN & WAN

A campus area network (CAN) is a network of multiple interconnected local area networks (LAN) in a limited geographical area. A CAN is smaller than a wide area network (WAN) or metropolitan area network (MAN).

A CAN is also known as a corporate area network (CAN).

In most cases, CANs own shared network devices and data exchange media.

CAN benefits are as follows:
• Cost-effective
• Wireless, versus cable
• Multidepartment network access
• Single shared data transfer rate (DTR)

Cloud Computing & Security

Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is the delivery of computing services—servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics and more—over the Internet (“the cloud”). Companies offering these computing services are called cloud providers and typically charge for cloud computing services based on usage, similar to how you are billed for water or electricity at home.

Here are a few of the things you can do with the cloud:
• Create new apps and services
• Store, back up and recover data
• Host websites and blogs
• Stream audio and video
• Deliver software on demand
• Analyze data for patterns and make predictions

Data Centre Infrastructure Solutions

Data center infrastructure refers to the core physical or hardware-based resources and components – including all IT infrastructure devices, equipment and technologies – that comprise a data center. It is modeled and identified in a design plan that includes a complete listing of necessary infrastructure components used to create a data center.

A data center infrastructure may include:
• Servers
• Computers
• Networking equipment, such as routers or switches
• Security, such as firewall or biometric security system
• Storage, such as storage area network (SAN) or backup/tape storage
• Data center management software/applications

Data Centre Managed Services

A managed data center is a type of data center model that is deployed, managed and monitored at/from a third-party data center service provider. It provides features and functionality similar to that of a standard data center, but through a managed service platform (MSP). Typically, a managed data center can be sourced from data center hosting, colocation or through a cloud-based data center as a service (DCaaS) platform. Managed data centers can be partially or entirely managed. A partially managed data center enables organizations to have some level of administrative control over the data center infrastructure and/or service. Whereas in an entirely managed data center, the bulk or all of the back-end data center administration and management is done by the data center provider.

Based on the service level agreement, the service provider is generally responsible for:
Upkeep and maintenance of all hardware and network equipment and services
Installation, upgrade and patching of operating systems and other system-level software
Data center storage and backup maintenance
Fault tolerance and data center infrastructure redundancy in case of disaster or other disrupting events

IP Surveillance & VC Solutions

IP Surveillance

IP surveillance is an Internet-based alternative to closed-circuit television (CCTV) monitoring. Through the use of IP-connected cameras, companies and individuals can monitor a physical area in ways that were not possible previously.

With IP surveillance, IP-ready cameras can transmit visual information directly to the Internet. The owners of these cameras can then check the result via a mobile device, a laptop computer or any other Internet-connected device. This makes remote surveillance much more convenient. Other benefits of IP surveillance over CCTV monitoring include easier installation, better quality of images, the use of file compression to make surveillance more cost-efficient, and improved search functions. IP surveillance also shows how far image and video security has come from the old analog days when security managers had to store images on VHS tape and deal with all of the challenges that came along with those old systems.

IT Hardware & Software Solutions

Xsys provides complete range of IT products and Solutions to its customers enabling them to automate their businesses. We specialize in the field of Computer Hardware and Software reselling for various reputed OEMs.

The products covered by us include:
• PC (All in One, Desktop, Notebook, Tab, Mobile/Handheld devices & Workstations)
• Servers (Desktop and rack servers)
• Monitors
• Power Backups (Small and Enterprise Online UPS solutions)
• Storage
• Projectors / Presentation Products
• Printers (Dot Matrix, Deskjet, Laser and Multi-Functional Printers)
• Security (UTMs and Antivirus etc.)
• Software Solutions (Microsoft, Oracle, Qualys, Google, CntrlS and customized software’s)

Managed Security Services

A managed security service provider (MSSP) is a type of service provider that provisions remote software/hardware-based information or network security services to an organization. A MSSP hosts, deploys and manages a security infrastructure, simultaneously providing information security (IS) services to one or more clients. A MSSP provides a suite of IS services, including virus scanning, spam blocking, hardware/software firewall integration/management and overall security monitoring/management. A MSSP connects with an enterprise IT infrastructure through the Internet or a virtual private network (VPN) and has access to the enterprise's key security and operational IT components, while a client accesses a MSSP platform interface to analyze and review the overall security architecture state.

A MSSP performs routine security scans, penetration and vulnerability testing and other security management processes on behalf of an organization. In most cases, a MSSP owns and operates security resources, like antivirus, malware detection and firewall software. However, an organization may utilize in-house security resources, outsourcing only its security management and business processes to an MSSP.

Software-defined networking

Software-defined networking (SDN) is an architecture that aims to make networks agile and flexible. The goal of SDN is to improve network control by enabling enterprises and service providers to respond quickly to changing business requirements.

In a software-defined network, a network engineer or administrator can shape traffic from a centralized control console without having to touch individual switches in the network. The centralized SDN controller directs the switches to deliver network services wherever they're needed, regardless of the specific connections between a server and devices.

This process is a move away from traditional network architecture, in which individual network devices make traffic decisions based on their configured routing tables.

SDN architecture

A typical representation of SDN architecture comprises three layers: the application layer, the control layer and the infrastructure layer.

Virtualization

Virtualization refers to the creation of a virtual resource such as a server, desktop, operating system, file, storage or network. The main goal of virtualization is to manage workloads by radically transforming traditional computing to make it more scalable. Virtualization has been a part of the IT landscape for decades now, and today it can be applied to a wide range of system layers, including operating system-level virtualization, hardware-level virtualization and server virtualization.

He most common form of virtualization is the operating system-level virtualization. In operating system-level virtualization, it is possible to run multiple operating systems on a single piece of hardware. Virtualization technology involves separating the physical hardware and software by emulating hardware using software. When a different OS is operating on top of the primary OS by means of virtualization, it is referred to as a virtual machine.

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