Network Infrastructure

Your network infrastructure is the backbone of not only your office network, but your company itself. It’s how you connect everything to the internet. Without it, you’re stuck in an offline world.

Network infrastructure can be broken down into 3 types: hardware, software, and networking. All office needs are different and so have different infrastructure setups, but an office network infrastructure could include (but not be limited to) the following:


  • Servers & server racks

  • Network switches

  • Internet modems

  • Wi-Fi routers

  • Wireless Access Points (WAP)

  • Ethernet cabling

  • Anti-malware protection

  • Data backup & replication

No matter your network need, MAXtech has the perfect solution to suit your budget. It all starts with a meeting and a free, no-obligation walkthrough and quote. Don’t let a weak network hold your business back—contact us today to see how MAXtech can help you.

IT technician sysadmin at server checking network infrastructure

Wired & Wireless networks

Wired and Wireless Networks. Wi-Fi demands are ever-increasing. The good news is that so is the capabilities of Wifi. Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 6E allow quicker access to the internet and more devices to be connected at one time with the introduction of the 6 GHz band.


if you are running VoIP, workstations, security cameras and lots of devices on your network you may benefit from separating those devices into different VLANs (virtual local area networks).

SonicWall Firewall—IDS/IPS

A lot of people have a misconception of what a firewall does. While it does share a single internet connection to multiple devices (router) and it blocks network traffic that you do not want on your network, not all firewalls are created equal. You want to make sure that you have a firewall that provides Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) and Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS). These additional services will allow the firewall to look into each and every packet of data going in and out of your network to the internet and look for patterns that an attacker could use to exploit your network.