Conducting a Network Integrity review can focus on the logical or physical implementation (or both) and helps network owners (both carrier grade and enterprise) identify potential architectural weaknesses or single points of failure (SPOFs) that pose the greatest threat to the network and supporting services.
Single points of failure may result from limitations in network design (even with network redundancy), software faults or misconfiguration, erroneous network implementation, or network operations with inadequate or flawed monitoring.
Palindrome’s technical capabilities and experience can help verify your existing network or new network design and identify potential limitations that can impact operations or services, by evaluating both the
physical (e.g., Network equipment usage and protection, local disaster recovery methods, physical cabling diversity) and
logical dimensions (e.g., data transmission and protection, error detection/recovery, signaling diversity) of your implementation.