What is Network Engineering?
Data is all but useless unless shared. Network engineering is taking your ideas, mission and systems’ data to where it needs to be.
Networking technology continues to grow and innovate providing a wealth of new concepts and capabilities that must be mastered by engineers. The new concepts and capabilities become logical building blocks to build a framework. Heptagon engineers take your data’s requirements and building that framework.
We continuously grow our understanding and capabilities associated with new concepts, architectures, capabilities and products in the network engineering market to maintain our end/high-margin market segment that we occupy.
Design, Engineering, and Implementation
We have a proven ability to analyze customer requirements and develop solutions that fully satisfy those requirements. Our solutions are always customer-driven and derived from the requirements and capabilities expected by the customer. We ask the proper questions to educate the customer in regard to the best technologies available and guide them to the solution that best fits their needs. Our network engineers are highly experienced experts in their respective disciplines. We have installed data and voice solutions consisting of Cisco, Juniper, and Avaya network devices. We deploy some of the most advanced routing, switching, unified communications, and security technologies to produce the most reliable efficient networks possible and reduce overall cost.
Monitoring, Management, and Troubleshooting
Government and business enterprises turn to Heptagon IT to help them with the complicated task of network and cyber security monitoring, management, and troubleshooting. Our extensive knowledge of network monitoring and management utilizing tools such as SolarWinds, Splunk, Cisco Prime, Cisco Security Manager (CSM), EHealth, and Cacti will help reduce downtime and overhead cost significantly.
Heptagon IT only hires experts that use a step-by-step structured approach to troubleshooting network issues ranging from physical layer, routing, network security, and application layer.