Network migration refers to the process of transferring data and services from one network infrastructure to another. This can involve moving from an older technology to a newer one, such as migrating from a copper-based network to a fiber-optic one, or from a physical on-premises network to a cloud-based one.
Laying of cables is a physical process of installing and placing cables for data transmission. It can involve trenching or boring to install cables underground or running cables through conduits or above ground poles. This process is necessary for establishing a wired network infrastructure and can be used for both new installations and for upgrading or expanding an existing network.
Both network migration and laying of cables can be complex and time-consuming processes, requiring careful planning and coordination to ensure minimal disruption to existing services and operations. They are often done by trained professionals with expertise in network design, installation, and maintenance.
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