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Computer & Network Infrastructure

Are you a small business owner looking to expand your company or looking to upgrade to business-grade products for your network? ​ Apart from increasing the number of computers in the office, you might consider setting up a network infrastructure to supply connection and boost communication within the business.​

What is a Server?

A server is a hardware that provides a connection through local area network (LAN) or wide area network (WAN) such as the Internet. It is the central repository for data and various programs, that are shared by many users within the network. Listed are some examples of tasks a server does:​​

Custom Applications



File Sharing

Network Management

Website Hosting


These tasks require constant maintenance in any case that the user's email or database acts up. Having a server that is dependable allows your company to be constantly operating at full capacity as it boosts productivity.​​​ Contact us to know what brands we have and which are suitable according to your needs!

What is Network Infrastructure?

Network Infrastructure is made up of hardware and software resources that allows network connectivity for example LAN, communication, operations, and management of an enterprise network. It can be used for internal and/or external communications.

What does Network Infrastructure consist of?


Routers, Switches, LAN cards, Wireless routers, Cables

Networking Software

Network operations and management, Operating systems, Firewall, Network security applications

Network Service

T-1 Line, DSL, Satellite, Wireless protocols, IP addressing​

At Ace, we have the relevant experience and resources to help you set up your own network infrastructure. If you would like to enquire more or book an appointment, contact us now!​


Other than setting up your business network infrastructure which includes a server, your office would require computers as well. Browse from a variety of computers or laptops from a few brands that we partnered up with here.

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