Network infrastructure refers to the underlying technology and hardware that enables the communication and connectivity of devices within a network, including switches, routers, firewalls, and servers. It is a specialized skill that requires a deep understanding of networking protocols, security measures, and best practices for designing and implementing reliable and scalable networks. Network infrastructure professionals are responsible for building and maintaining the backbone of an organization's information technology infrastructure, ensuring that it supports the business's goals and functions efficiently and securely.
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