Network optimization is a set of tools and techniques used to improve network performance and reliability. As such, it is not a one-and-done operation but an ongoing process. Business requirements dictate a certain level of performance, but time and budget often limit what you can and can’t tweak. So, you optimize within those constraints.
You then continuously monitor the network to ensure you maintain the desired level of performance, then it’s a rinse and repeat as new needs and performance requirements arise. Given the complexity of modern networks, there’s a lot that can and does impact performance. One of the factors that is often overlooked is the quality of the network cabinet.
A server cabinet is a type of enclosure that houses network devices, such as routers, switches, and cables. A high-quality network cabinet can play a vital role in optimizing network infrastructure by providing protection, organization, security, and scalability.