IT Infrastructure

Infrastructure Services

ADVANCED Directions  provide support and maintenance service for the hardware, end user computing and networking environments. We cover the full support life cycle right from installation to maintenance of the infrastructure.

Implementation, Support and maintenance
  • Our approach has been developed on the basics of Clients First which is supported by well experienced infrastructure team.
  • Clients First approach covers three areas in the implementation, support and maintenance process.
  • Swift Response: Our engineers are well trained, experienced and fully committed to address the client’s need.
  • Maintenance Plan: We provide customized support and maintenance plans to meet your enterprise IT infrastructure needs.
  • One-stop IT Infra Solutions Provider : We provide service and support to all your hardware and software needs for your mounting business.

Network Design and Network Implementation projects to a diverse selection of companies throughout the Saudi Arabia.Our subject-matter experts have a varied and deep set of technical and business skills to ensure the successfully implementation of even the most complex project.

Client Challenges:

-Higher IT infrastructure spends with reduced budgets
-Lack of transparency in infrastructure managed services
-Service management integration within a multi- sourced IT environment
-Inability to effectively respond to the changing infrastructure environment
-Latency in information access and reduced reliability and scalability due to multiple locations across the globe

Data Center Networking Infrastructure Design Specialist


Today’s data center architecture must support a highly-mobile workforce, proliferation of devices, data-driven business models, and be capable of seamlessly incorporating cloud applications and services. To meet these diverse requirements, Cisco offers the Unified Data Center platform, a unified data center architecture that combines compute, storage, network and management into a platform designed to automate IT as a service across physical and virtual environments, resulting in increased budget efficiency, more agile business responsiveness, and simplified IT operations.

Fiber Optic Cable

Tapping fiber optic cable without being detected, and making
sense of the information you collect, certainly isn’t trivial, but
has been done for the past seven or eight years.

Access to fiber optic cable at U-M can be acquired by renting access to an extensive interbuilding fiber plant and/or having intra building fiber installed.

Fiber optic cable is composed of microscopic strands of glass. Information in the form of bytes of data can travel through this glass over longer distances and at higher bandwidths (data rates) than other types of cable.

Single Mode Fiber Optic Cable

Single mode fiber is used for both interbuilding and intrabuilding backbone cable. At distances up to 3 km, single mode fiber will deliver data rates up to 10 Gbps with a bandwidth of 20Ghz. Its operating wavelengths are 1310 nm and 1550 nm. Single mode fiber’s primary uses are full motion video and any applications requiring extremely high bandwidth.

Multimode Fiber Optic Cable

As an intrabuilding backbone cable at distances of under 2 km, multimode fiber optic cable will deliver data rates up to 1 Gbps. Its operating wavelengths are 850 nm and 1300 nm. For distances of 100 m or less, the bandwidth is virtually unlimited. Multimode fiber is used for voice, data, security, and video systems.