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Brained Area Network IT Management Services provided by Microlenk Technologies offers comprehensive solutions to those without an internal IT department. This service includes network management, computer and software support, system monitoring, data backup and recovery services, troubleshooting, and more. Customers receive priority service for quick and efficient solutions to their IT solutions needs.
Network Types We Service and S upport
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Our team offers full-service installation and set up of network solutions tailored to the specific needs of your home or business. With our selection of network services, you’re sure to find an option that meets your needs!
PAN | Personal Area Network
A personal area network (PAN) is the smallest and simplest type of network. PANs connect devices within the range of an individual and are no larger than about 10 meters (m). Because PANs operate in such limited areas of space, most are wireless and provide short-range connectivity with infrared technology.
LAN | Local Area Network
A local area network (LAN) is a system where computers and other devices connect to each other in one location. While PANs connect devices around an individual, the scope of a LAN can range from a few meters in a home to hundreds of meters in a large company office. The network topology determines how devices in LANs interconnect.
MAN | Metropolitan Area Network
A metropolitan area network (MAN) is an interconnection of several LANs throughout a city, town or municipality. Like LANs, a MAN can use various wired or wireless connectivity options, including fiber optics, Ethernet cables, Wi-Fi or cellular.
WAN | Wide Area Network
A wide-area network (WAN) is the technology that connects your offices, data centers, cloud applications, and cloud storage together. It is called a wide-area network because it spans beyond a single building or large campus to include multiple locations spread across a specific geographic area, or even the world.