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Seven levels of OSI shown with outline graphics with brief description
from deck Multi-level Layer Diagrams (PPT Template)

Example: Seven Levels of OSI, Internet Protocol

Slide Content

The slide is a visual representation of the OSI Model which stands for Open Systems Interconnection. It illustrates the seven layers that describe the processes needed for computers to communicate over a network, highlighting the flow of data transmission from 'Transmit Data' to 'Receive Data.' Starting from the bottom, it lists the "Physical Layer," responsible for the physical connection between devices, "Data Link Layer," ensuring data transfer between network entities, "Network Layer," handling data transfer paths, "Transport Layer," for reliable data transfer, "Session Layer," maintaining sessions between applications, "Presentation Layer," translating data formats, and "Application Layer," where end-user processes occur.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is white, providing a clean and simple canvas for the content.
  • A vertical double-sided arrow in the center suggests the bidirectional flow of data between transmission and reception.
  • Seven colorful rounded rectangles represent the OSI layers, each with a unique color, labeled with the name of each layer.
  • Two horizontal grey banners are placed at the top of the diagram with the text 'User' in the middle, and 'Transmit Data' and 'Receive Data' at the ends, denoting the direction of data travel.
  • A large, bold title stands at the top, contrasting the mostly with detailed diagram.
  • Text labels are clear, utilizing a sans-serif font that's easy to read.

The slide's composition balances visual elements and informative text, using a linear, color-coded structure to delineate the layers of the OSI Model. The design is sleek and professional with a contemporary feel, suitable for an academic or technical audience.

Use Cases

  • Explaining technical networking concepts to students in academic settings.
  • Training new IT personnel on network structure and data flow within an organization.
  • Pitching a network solution to stakeholders, highlighting how each OSI layer would be addressed.
  • A reference guide during technical discussions to visualize the pathway of data transmission within the OSI layers.

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