Szar Solutions provides comprehensive ICT solutions by utilizing industry-leading products and technologies. We customize each solution based on the organization's specific needs and requirements, working with both the ICT, the corporate and management leaders as well as end users. Our bedrock philosophy is based on the principle: open source creates open minds.

Today, networks are an essential part of business, education, and government communications. Szar Solutions networking products are a foundation of these networks, providing organizations with increased productivity, efficiency, better customer satisfaction and a significant competitive advantage supporting critical management an administrative processes.

Szar Solutions partners with major manufacturers and its experienced staff offers you the best solution to fit your needs at competitive prices.

Enterprise Network Service (ENS)

Enterprise Network Management System (ENS) enables network administrators to identify and resolve problems and performance bottlenecks before they disrupt these services. It is essential for maintaining user quality of experience in enterprise-critical applications.

We offer one management system for wired and wireless, voice and data converged network that makes it easy and cost-effective

Enterprise Threat Management (ETM)

ETM is designed to be a comprehensive protection against all types of threats. Among its features packed in one single box are-mail spam filtering, anti-virus capability, an intrusion detection (or prevention) system (IDS or IPS), and World Wide Web content filtering, along with the traditional activities of a firewall. It depends on application-layer firewalls that use proxies to process and forward all incoming traffic, though they can still frequently work in a transparent mode that disguises this fact.

Enterprise Wireless Services (EWS)

Wireless networks are swiftly evolving from 'nice-to-have' networks to a mission-critical part of the network � used to connect laptops, handhelds, phones, sensors, cameras, printers and hundreds of other types of devices. With wireless networks extending their reach throughout the entire enterprise, it becomes essential for the corporate IT staff to have a management solution to centrally monitor and control the WLAN.

Enterprise Messaging Services (EMS)

The Enterprise Messaging Services (EMS) is a standard based solution built on open source which allows customers to developed and integrate distributed applications. It is built on a robust messaging platform which offers varying level of service for message persistence and recovery � in memory, files systems, or database backed message persistence.

Enterprise Security Management (ESM)

The enterprise firewall is the cornerstone of an organization's network security architecture, serving as the primary control mechanism between internal corporate assets, partners, customers and the Internet. In addition to protecting their perimeter from external threats, companies are now turning their attention internally to detect unusual behavior and defend against malicious activity. It is appliance based security management system based on Open source software.

We are registered with various government and public agencies as contractors and vendors.

Other Third Party Products

We also provide sales and support for the following :


SmoothWall is a Linux distribution designed to be used as an open source firewall. Designed for ease of use, SmoothWall is configured via a web-based GUI.

Available are : Advanced Firewall, Corporate Firewall, Network Guardian and School Guardian


Ossim stands for Open Source Security Information Management. OSSIM is a collection of tools designed to aid network administrators in computer security, intrusion detection and prevention. It also provides a strong correlation engine, with detailed low-, mid- and high-level visualization interfaces as well as reporting and incident managing tools.

Apache with Nginx

The Apache HTTP Server, commonly referred to as Apache is a web server notable for playing a key role in the initial growth of the World Wide Web and in 2009 became the first web server to surpass the 100 million web site milestone. Apache was the first viable alternative to the Netscape Communications Corporation web server (currently known as Sun Java System Web Server), and has since evolved to rival other Unix-based web servers in terms of functionality and performance. The majority of all web servers using Apache are Linux web servers. The application is available for a wide variety of operating systems, including Unix, GNU, FreeBSD, Linux, Solaris, Novell NetWare, Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, OS/2, TPF, and eComStation. Released under the Apache License, Apache is characterized as free software and open source software.

Nginx (pronounced as "engine X") is a lightweight, high performance web server/reverse proxy and e-mail (IMAP/POP3) proxy, licensed under a BSD-like license.


Linux is an operating system based on the Linux kernel which has been developed and released under the GNU General Public License and its source code is freely available to everyone. It is this kernel that forms the base around which a Linux operating system is developed. There are now literally hundreds of companies and organizations and an equal number of individuals that have released their own versions of operating systems based on the Linux kernel.


OpenBSD is a Unix-like computer operating system descended from Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD). OpenBSD includes a number of security features absent or optional in other operating systems and has a tradition of developers auditing the source code for software bugs and security problems. As with most other BSD-based operating systems, the OpenBSD kernel and userland programs, such as the shell and common tools like cat and ps, are developed together in a single source repository. Third-party software is available as binary packages or may be built from source using the ports tree.

The OpenBSD project maintains ports for 17 different hardware platforms, including the DEC Alpha, Intel i386, Hewlett-Packard PA-RISC, AMD AMD64 and Motorola 68000 processors, Apple's PowerPC machines, Sun SPARC and SPARC64-based computers, the VAX and the Sharp Zaurus