Without the expertise, network engineering can be a daunting, time-consuming
process for a company to accomplish. Competing protocols, remote office
inter-connections, VPN's, wireless networks, network security, and hardware
from multiple vendors can complicate the process dramatically. Ideally,
you would like to support connectivity to all areas of your company without
compromising network security. You also don't want to spend a fortune
building your network. Accelix can help.
Accelix has unique qualifications in the area of network engineering.
Before Accelix, the founders of the company created a successful Internet
company in 1993 called US Net. US Net was providing Internet services to
businesses before the Internet was open to commercial traffic. US Net
was there while the Internet was evolving. By the time US Net was sold
to a cable company in 1999, the company had a network that spanned three
States and had over five-thousand customers. US Net's combination of
network engineering and software expertise made it highly successful.
This same set of skills was carried into Accelix when it was formed in
Whether you are a small company that just wants to connect a few offices
together, or a growing Internet service provider that needs to seasoned
experts to assist you in providing reliable Internet services, Accelix has
the expertise to make your project a success. Here are just a few of the
technologies we can help you with:
If you are interested in discussing what Accelix can do to help your
company build or expand your network, send email to
or call us at 301-572-2908.
- Virtual Private Networking (VPN), remote office inter-connection,
and employee telecommuting.
- Private networks using point-to-point circuits (DS0/DS1/DS3),
ISDN, frame relay, or ATM technology.
- Wireless networks, including 802.11b and 802.11g protocols,
WAP and WEP encryption, and other related wireless technologies.
- Routing protocols that include BGP, OSPF, and RIP.
- Network services that include DHCP, RARP, TFTP, and others.
- Network monitoring and reporting, including SNMP protocol and
cron-based monitoring and measurement applications.
- Internet services that include FTP (file transfer), SSH (secure
telnet and file transfer), SMTP (email), DNS (domain name services),
HTTP and HTTPS (web services), POP3 and IMAP (local email delivery),
NNTP (news), IRC (relay chat),
- Dial-up services using terminal servers.
- BSD UNIX and Linux system configuration and administration.
- Security and authentication protocols, including RADIUS, TACACS,
LDAP, and Kerberos.
- Host and network intrusion detection software.
- Open source software, including Apache, BIND, Jabber, web email
clients, and other common open source applications.
- Database software installation, including MySQL, Oracle, IBM DB/2,
- Cisco equipment specification, configuration, and maintenance.
- Email spam prevention, relay management via SASL authentication,
SSL encrypted local mail services, mail anti-virus filtering,
virtual email hosting, and high-volume scalable email delivery for
organizations with large numbers of subscribers.