Design and preparation with foresight
Network Modelling and Capacity planning are the areas of network management concerned with the performance of the network under the current and future predicted load and through differing changes in network topology. Modelling these changes in traffic behaviour to help determine network resiliency and design.
Net Consulting’s team of experienced Network consultants have leveraged their expertise in Modelling and Capacity Planning to assist decision making and provide clear guidance to Government and Defence for almost a decade. Helping our clients to manage growth and provide a solid foundation of data from which future requirements and designs decisions can be made.
Why do you need it?
Network or application downtime can seriously damage a company’s finances and reputation. Modelling your network and being able to alter factors such as traffic load and changes to network configuration, provides you with the ability to gauge the current and future network capacity. It highlights areas that could be potential weak points in network resilience.
Network modelling and capacity planning enables you to uncover network resiliency risks, create 'what-if?' scenarios and catch design flaws before it's too late.
All our consultants are SC cleared as
We partner with the world's leading
We're ISO 27001 and ISO 9001
We operate on the G-Cloud Technology
Services, Digital Outcomes and Specialists
and FATS frameworks.
We have extensive experience within
both public and private sectors, and a
long history of working within defence.
Awarded a certificate of
commendation by the Ministry of
Defence's Chief Digital and Information
Officer in 2016.
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