Networking Services

Networking Services

We offer networking services for small offices and large business. Whether you need a simple network for your small office to share printers and Internet access or a robust, fault-tolerant and secure setup for your large business, we can help.

Today's small office networking products are made so that anyone can plug one in and get a simple network up and running. Providers such as Mega path offer quality dsl service to support your businesses needs. Along with this ease of use comes a large gap in information security, particularly with wireless networking products, but for the average small office user this does not pose a problem.

Dyce Technologies has the knowledge and experience gained from working with some of the companies to make your network work for you. Ensuring your network makes sense for your business while maintaining proper connectivity and permissions is what our certified IT professionals do best through our network services.

Making sure no one can access your data or use your shared Internet service without your knowledge or consent is your own responsibility. If someone uses your Internet services to perform illegal activities you may be held accountable.

Optimize an Existing Network or New Implementation
Whether you want to start from scratch or have an existing networking solution, Modern Data takes pride in its implementations. Our certified IT professionals have done consulting work for companies of all sizes and we would be more than happy to optimize your current network to help prevent wasted time, frustrated employees, and lost revenue.

Networking Setup & Support Services:


Network Cabling is a Dyce Technologies specialty. We can create a complete new office network, expand and improve your existing network infrastructure or move your network to a new location. Dyce Technologies structured cabling technicians can assess your computer network needs, create a detailed plan and build a network installation to connect your computers, Internet, telephone and other systems.

Structured Cabling for Networks – Installation & Support

The performance and stability of your network depends on proper cable installation and effective, reliable network hardware. Dyce Technologies can design and install a complete and efficient network solution that takes into account your current needs as well as your growth plans. All Dyce Technologies cabling projects come with complete consultation and documentation to ensure lasting effectiveness.

Dyce Technologies structured cabling services include:

  • Installations of Data and voice cable
  • Installation of Fiber optic cable
  • Installation of H-Frame rack and cable management
  • Installation of complete Network hardware selection
  • Office equipment relocations
  • Technical installation support
  • Cable testing and analysis
  • Written performance reporting



With sincere intentions to preserve and uplift our reputation in the market, we are offering Router, Hubs & Switches Configuration Service. Offered service is used for configuration router at various places and highly appreciated for its promptness and effectiveness. Our highly trained experts work together with clients and execute this router, hub & switches configuration service as per the customers’ needs. Moreover, we provide this router configuration service at industry leading prices.

A router is a device that forwards data packets along networks. A router is connected to at least two networks, commonly two LANs or WANs or a LAN and its ISP's network. Routers are located at gateways, the places where two or more networks connect. Routers use headers and forwarding tables to determine the best path for forwarding the packets, and they use protocols such as ICMP to communicate with each other and configure the best route between any two hosts. Very little filtering of data is done through routers.


A hub is a common connection point for devices in a network. Hubs connect segments of a LAN. It contains multiple ports so when a packet arrives at one port, it is copied to the other ports so that all segments of the LAN can see all packets. There are 2 types of Hubs.

  • Active Hub: These are the hubs which have their own power supply and can clean, boost and relay the signal along the network. It serves both as a repeater as well as wiring center. These are used to extend maximum distance between nodes.
  • Passive Hub: These are the hubs which collect wiring from nodes and power supply from active hub. These hubs relay signals onto the network without cleaning and boosting them and can’t be used to extend distance between nodes.


In networks the switch is the device that filters and forwards packets between LAN segments. Switches operate at the data link layer (layer 2) and sometimes the network layer (layer 3) of the OSI Reference Model and therefore support any packet protocol. LANs that use switches to join segments are called switched LANs or, in the case of Ethernet networks, switched Ethernet LANs.


Network security testing helps you understand how threat actors might penetrate your network through vulnerability assessments, penetration testing, or network equipment tests of fax machines, modems and Wi-Fi devices.

Security experts work with you to determine the cyber security assessments and tests right for your network to identify ways to strengthen your security posture. Because your people can also pose a risk to your network, social engineering tests can identify if your employees need training so they help you become more defensive.

The only way to know how well your network infrastructure will hold up under an attack from real-world cybercriminals is to test your network with security experts capable of thinking and acting just like them. White hats or ethical hackers can help you know for sure.

A network under attack is not fun. It disrupts business, creates chaos and puts all eyes on you to fix the problem. Threat actors continue to hone their tradecraft meaning that even if your network received an A+ in security yesterday, it may not tomorrow. Reacting to an event puts the threat actor in control. Proactive security—tested thoroughly—puts you back in control quickly, reducing risks and costs.


Network Security Appliances and Hardware Consolidate Security
Network security appliances and hardware drive network performance while reducing deployment costs. Minimize application time with pre-loaded security software. Consolidate anti-viral, anti-spam and intrusion detection boxes into one single appliance with UTM (unified threat management), and increase security layers with DMZ firewall configurations.

Allot of resellers have shown interest in Dyce Technologies Catalyst’s industry-leading catalog of network security appliances. Our field experts go to the extra mile for our customers after product purchases, educating, training and supporting resellers throughout product implementation.

Network Appliances for Unmatched Security
Dyce Technologies Catalyst’s distribution line of network security appliances offers a cohesive set of features, including:

  • Automated failback and failover
  • Site-to-site VPN (virtual private network) support
  • Automated database maintenance
  • Built-in optimization for wireless network statistics analysis and storage

Our rugged inventory of durable network security appliances is ideal for environments interacting with normal, harsh or hazardous conditions. They are suitable for middle to large sized enterprises including individual office buildings, multi-building organizations, utility facilities, petrochemical sites and military operations.

Secure Enterprises with Catalyst Quality
Our sales reps can help you design a network security plan, choose hardware and install appliances to increase productivity. Explore our selection of network security appliances manufactured by trusted name brands.


Dyce Technologies IPSec VPN solutions are secure, reliable and optimized to easily deploy Hybrid WAN networks. Our VPN solutions can be fully adapted to your specific needs through our flexible configuration. Secured Internet Access provides cost effective VPN solutions over the public infrastructure that may be applied as an alternative or as a backup to Private Network/MPLS services.

Installing IPSec VPN connections is a cost-effective solution to provide for secure connectivity and data accessibility to remote offices and users, and other business locations. This is based on High availability access technology, with a managed VPN solution that is directly and securely connected to the customer’s corporate network. This service gives full end-to-end VPN connectivity to our customers. Setup can be provided for and managed by either the customer or Dyce Technologies. Optionally, Managed VPN and CPE, as well as maintenance services, may also be included.

Our solution is totally secure, scalable and easy to use. This service will also help drive outstanding network performance thanks to our proactive network monitoring. You may also use this service together with your MPLS circuit or available VPN connectivity, as a backup for full redundancy.


VoIP and unified communications are interrelated but not in a way that is obvious at first glance. People who are already frustrated with the number of technical terms and jargon involved in upgrading to VoIP may become even more confused when you throw unified communication or UC into the mix. Understand the basic concepts underlying unified communication is not difficult but actual implementation is often much more complex.

What Is VoIP?

Quite simply VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol i.e. voice calls made over the Internet or other data networks. The two most common ways of limiting VoIP include purchasing hosted services from an external vendor or deploying custom built, on premise SIP trunks. Smaller organizations and those with relatively simple communication requirements often opt for hosted services. On the other hand large corporations, businesses operating in strictly regulated industries or those who require extensive customization choose SIP trunk deployments.

What Is Unified Communication?

A common mistake made by most people is that there they assume that unified communication refers to a single product, feature or software. The reality is much messier and ill defined. Vendors use the term unified communication to refer to comprehensive platforms that encompass a variety of tools that integrate various forms of communication. UC ties together real time communication like voice calling with delayed channels like email or forums.

A unified communication suite often includes front end software and back end systems that bring together disparate tools with the VoIP network. Implementing different communication is often a multistage project that requires a lot of resources and expertise – both internal and external. As more organizations implement VoIP, the need for unified communication and improved collaboration becomes more pressing.

VoIP – the Foundation for Unified Communications

To understand the relationship between VoIP and UC, let us take a look at how easy or difficult it would be to deploy UC platforms in the absence of the former. We know that unified communication brings together voice and video calling, text messages, presence information and various collaborative tools within the enterprise. So without an existing foundation of VoIP via hosted services or SIP trunks, the organization has to start from the very beginning.

This would mean that a business has to get rid of its existing analog infrastructure based on the PSTN, upgrade the PBX system along with all relevant hardware, improve the capacity of the data network and so on before beginning to even think about UC. Not only does it require advance planning, plenty of financial resources and expertise but also disrupts business workflows and the productivity of employees. Users will also need extensive training to cope with the wholesale upgrade at once.

However if the organization has already been using VoIP services for some time, it is generally ready to upgrade to unified communication should the business requirements so dictate. The back end infrastructure is often sufficient to add other tools on top of it. Business continuity planning, quality of voice & video calling, resiliency and reliability have already been tested under real world conditions so that the organization has a better idea of how the UC platform will function in the future.

The Benefits and Disadvantages of Upgrading to Unified Communication

Perhaps the greatest obstacle for organizations looking to upgrade to UC is the cost and time required. It is why not many businesses are currently interested in Unified communications even though it has proven benefits. However as vendors start to offer more sophisticated products, quite a few companies at least preparing for or giving a thought to the UC upgrade.

The benefits of communication are numerous and pretty similar to the jump from PSTN to VoIP, but magnified many times over. Just as VoIP makes it possible for enterprise to eliminate an entire network and only have to manage the single data channel; UC makes it even easier to consolidate all corporate communication in one place. Not only does this improve the user experience but it also makes it easy for organizations to plan for disaster recovery, data backup, legal discovery and other functions.

UC tools can greatly improve collaboration between teams, groups and even entire branches or locations within the business. With organizations growing in scope and partnerships becoming vital to growth, being able to communicate instantly with anyone at any time (irrespective of physical location) is a valuable asset. It doesn’t matter if you’re trying to reach a customer, potential client, partner or vendor. When time is of the essence, you don’t want employees missing crucial calls or conversations because they slipped through the technology cracks.

Unified Communication is certainly not the silver bullet for enterprise communication woes but it is certainly a step forward. Just as organizations are now busy upgrading from PSTN to VoIP, the next stage is for most businesses to implement unified communications platforms.