Independent Consulting for Voice, Data, Wireless & More!
PlanNet’s network and wireless consulting experts understand the complexities of assessing telecom infrastructures, designing networks, architecting systems and integrating platforms. PlanNet also knows a successful communications project involves more than network convergence; it can have a significant impact on organizational convergence as well.
PlanNet has helped hundreds of organizations achieve their objectives by guiding them through the entire technology life-cycle process.
PlanNet has extensive expertise and experience in the following areas.
- IP Telephony, Hybrid PBX and VOIP
- Hosted Solutions
- Call Centers
- Local and Wide Area Networks
- Network Management
- Unified Communications
- Voice and Video Conferencing
- Telecommunications Billing and Contract Management
Network and Wireless Consulting to Meet Your Business’ Changing Needs
Local and wide area networks continue to evolve and respond to the challenges that enterprises throw at them. Networks are supporting more dynamic content such as telepresence, increased video conferencing, web traffic and streaming video. Additionally, with today’s workplace utilizing iPads, smart phones, laptops and other mobile devices, secure and reliable wireless technology has become an absolute necessity in most environments.
From bandwidth and performance to security and wireless, networks are the bedrock upon which organizations build their business. As new standards continue to mature and new services are added to converged networks, the network services organization must stay on top of the latest trends, add new capabilities and maintain higher and higher levels of local and wide area network availability.
PlanNet’s independent network and wireless consulting team can help assess, plan and design networks to ensure they continue to meet your organization’s constantly changing needs. PlanNet’s consultants have architected LAN, WAN and wireless technologies across a broad spectrum of industries and environments.
- Enterprise networks
- Workplace environments
- Retail and public spaces
- Conference centers
- Educational campuses
- Distribution centers
- Residential communities
- Government installations