Scroll to top
  • #17, Bull Temple Road, Basavanagudi, Bangalore - 560004


Micronova’s IT System Integration is built as a complete solution with the automated tools and intuitive controls you need to easily connect, integrate and analyze end-to-end data flow between your consumers, business partners, vendors, or external applications and your internal business systems and processes.

IT System Integration provides the necessary methodologies that are required to support modernization and digital transformation to prepare your business and make it future-ready.

Micronova Provides B2B System Integration Services encompassing design, deployment, and implementation of services for IT/OT (Information Technology / Operational Technology) Network and Software Integration. We have also enabled global enterprises with the Digitalization of processes and systems.

Multiple Clients are actively using our expertise to leverage Machine Learning algorithms, Artificial Intelligence, and analytics that can help achieve IT/OT Convergence and quickly ensures Cloud and Mobile adoption.

System Integration

Active and Passive Networking

Micronova’s approach to solution designing involves the below components.


Server Room Setup

Fire Alarm System

Active Switching

Wireless Technology

Public Address System (PA)

Passive Cabling

Rack and Enclosures

Access Control

Video Surveillance

UTM & Firewall

Documentation & Audit

Passive Network Components

It is now pretty common to use structured cabling for interconnecting the various active devices within an IP network. The commonly used passive components in an IP Network for structured cabling are listed below:

Cat 6 UTP (Un-shielded Twisted Pair) Copper Cables

– These are the network cables that link PC/endpoint to a switch in the network. They are also often used to provide interconnectivity between switches when the distance is less than 90 meters. When the distance is greater than 90 meters, the support of a repeater for data transmission is required (repeater function is enabled by using network switches).

Cat 6 UTP Patch Cords

These are factory 1 or 2 meter crimped cables with RJ-45 connectors installed on both ends. It is not recommended that the Cat 6 cables be terminated directly either in the network switch or at the PC or endpoint. Only the patch cords terminate on both devices and connect via I/O Box and UTP patch panel to the Cat 6 Network cable.

I/O Box and Face Plate

A UTP patch cord is used for connecting Face Plate with the PC’s network port. Both I/O Box and Face Plate are placed in close proximity to the computers. Behind the I/O Box, The CAT 6 UTP cable coming from the switch terminates into a permanent connection.

UTP Patch Panel

To find out terminating all the CAT 6 cables that come from various endpoints/PCs within the network (I/O Box) to the rack, UTP Patch Panel is used. These are permanent connections behind the UTP Patch Cords connect and UTP Patch Panel in front of the network switches from their respective ports. With this, flexible movement, adds and changes without any disturbances to the switch ports. Every port within the patch panel is labeled so that it becomes easy to identify the nodes they are connected to.

Optical Fiber Cables (OFC)

These cables are used to carry data more than 90 meters range. Unlike electrical signals used by UTP cables, Optic Fiber Cables use light for data transmission. Without having to repeat the signals in between, these cables can carry data for longer distances and sometimes a few kilometers. Basically, these cables are of two types- Single and Multi-Mode cables. Single-mode cables are used for long-distance and high bandwidth connections while multi-mode is used for short distances. These are connected directly to the Fibre Patch Panel at both ends. Generally, they come in the multiples of 6 cores i.e., 6, 12, and 24 which are common. Two cores are will be used for every connection – one for receiving and the other for transmitting data.

Active Networking Components

Active networking involves bringing together the individual components of a smart grid by using user-friendly software to monitor and control the activities of these devices.

Network Switches

Network Switches are critical for designing any network design as it is responsible for connecting all the devices on LAN (Local Area Network) to allow redirecting and forwarding data to the correct destination.
Switches are of two types:

Managed Switches

Unmanaged Switches

Unmanaged Switches allows you to instantly plug-and-play devices into your network. They are simple to use and are utilized for connecting Ethernet devices with a fixed configuration. Fixed-configuration limits you from adding temporary groups of systems to a larger network. Unmanaged switches are often used in smaller networks.

Managed Switch provides its user with great control as they can be managed, configured, and used in monitoring the settings of your LAN. Not just that, it also provides users with better control and management of traffic by prioritizing channels and creating new virtual LANs to segregate smaller groups of devices.

Smart Switches

Smart switches are also called Intelligent switches that allow you to segment the network into workgroups by creating VLANs. They offer security such as 802.1x endpoint authentication and support basic QoS (quality of service) to facilitate the prioritization of users and applications.

Layer 3 Switches/Chassis

Every client today requires higher bandwidth, scalability, convergence, interoperability. Micronova offers switching solutions tailored to the needs of the customers.

Firewalls/UTM For Perimeter Security

As the network grows and from a closed loop to more open and sophistication, threats from within and outside grow exponentially. Any company that depends on its IT infrastructure for its business has to have robust security that meets the company’s needs for which firewalls are required.

Firewalls/UTM For Perimeter Security

The best of breed security devices like Firewalls and UTM from leading OEMs considered. The next-generation UTM device features include,

URL/Web filtering

IPS (Intrusion Prevention System)/IDS (Intrusion Detection System)

Anti Virus/Anti Spam

Application Filtering

VPN (Virtual Private Network)

High Availability (HA)

ISP Load Balancing

DLP (Data Leak Prevention)

Wireless Access Point

WLAN which stands for Wide Area Network is a network allowing multiple devices to connect and communicate wirelessly forming a LAN (Local Area Network) within a limited area. It also offers Anytime- Anywhere access to resources and networks.

Micronova offers newer technology Wireless Solutions with maximum speed & securely encrypted data seamlessly throughout the entire office complex, industries, schools, colleges, and university campuses. The leading industry Wi-Fi devices OEMs solutions are considered while designing the wireless network solution.


Wireless Networking

Layer 3 Switches/Chassis

Micronova provides the Educational & Business institutions with the end-to-end solution from design to deployment, secure user authentication through SMS, effective bandwidth distribution, traffic management, 24/7 back end support. We provide turnkey, customized, industry-standard education-centric Wi-Fi solutions.

Nowadays networks are turning out to be more complex with increasing demand for digital terminals and applications. With Campus Wireless Networks, your company can achieve one-stop network management by integrating it with cloud management architecture.

Campus Wi-Fi solution is ideal for


Colleges and International Schools

Corporate Campuses

Research Institutes

Healthcare segments

Government Campuses

Our campus Wi-Fi provides a complete wi-fi network solution for Institutions and enterprises. High- speed internet connectivity in college campuses is changing the way students learn.
We, at Micronova, understand the imperative need of students and faculty for a reliable internet connection to research and access valuable information.
Thus, Micronova aims to establish a seamless digital ecosystem on campus with its wired and wireless internet service. We cater to the LAN, WAN, Internet, and Wi-Fi requirements of any educational institute.
The Campus Architecture is not just limited to a basic hierarchical router and switch design. Designing and building of campus networks are based on the fundamentals such as access, distribution, and core hierarchies. With the campus network, services to provide secured wireless solutions are formulated.
Micronova performs the site survey, network design, installation, assessment and authorization, and follow-on onsite support for the campus wireless LAN.

Our Campus Wi-Fi Prominent Features

Wi-Fi solutions that perform efficiently and maximize opportunities for Businesses.

Robust and reliable indoor and outdoor Wi-Fi.

Technology that is easy to use and affordable to meet budget constraints

Scalable Wi-Fi Solutions

Economical to deploy and outdoor Wi-Fi.

final images


What is IT system integration?

System integration is the process of combining multiple individual IT subsystems or their components into a single system. It involves linking of different IT systems – virtual as well as physical components to act as one.
This is done to ensure better communication within the organization and to achieve optimum efficiency.

What are the components involved in designing a Wi-Fi network?

Controllers, access points, cables, firewalls, and switches

Controllers, access points, cables, firewalls, and switches

Establishing connections between the network without the help of cables is called wireless networks. This is done using radio waves for communication and data transfer between the network nodes. The devices are connected to the network and can be accessed within the network coverage