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A ring network can be compared with a bead necklace, with the beads representing locations. This enables you to efficiently build a network linking locations that are geographically close to one another. The ring structure automatically ensures redundancy: your data traffic switches direction if its transmission is blocked one way. A ring network is suitable for a hospital with a datacenter and several nearby outpatient clinics or care centres, for example.
A star network generally has a central IT environment at its heart. This provides a common connection point for various outlying locations, which use the central facilities provided by it. Star networks are not configured for redundancy.
A mesh network often grows organically. Your locations are linked via multiple connections and cooperate in the distribution of data to provide a guarantee of availability. The internet is a typical example of a mesh network. Everyone can freely and openly communicate with everyone else.
A tree structure has a root that provides the leaves with food and water. A tree structure in network terms operates along the same lines. Your central IT location or datacenter communicates with your users (the leaves) via the root. The leaves cannot communicate with one another.
ICT dependency is increasing and with it the importance of a reliable digital infrastructure. Redundant fiber-optic connections assure maximum continuity of your business-critical processes. These connections are fully separated; no trench is shared nor route crossed. It is also important that the equipment on your connections is properly calibrated and configured for redundancy.