Whether you are looking to upgrade an existing infrastructure or design a new one, our staff will be able to create a versatile, expandable, cost-effective system to fit your company's growing needs. Our qualified team will create a schematic of your current network infrastructure, as well as create a proposed solution so that you can see all the benefits available to make your company's network more safe and secure.
A structured cabling system provides a platform upon which an overall information system strategy is built. We design and build flexible cabling infrastructures - structured cabling systems that support multiple voice, data, video and multimedia systems regardless of their manufacturer. We are a "one stop shop" for all your organization network infrastructure needs. We will help you evaluate, design and install the optimum integrated system for your company.
Copper Infrastructure Cabling Solutions
Independently verified screened and unscreened data communication structured cabling solutions, providing ultimate performance and reliability for today's and tomorrows copper infrastructure requirements. Our Cat 5 (Cat 5e) or Cat 6 solutions will exceed TIA Cat 5e standards.
Fiber Optic Cabling Solutions
Conventional cabling solutions that compliment the deployment of optical solutions deeper into the network delivering a future-proof infrastructure.
Specialty Cabling Solutions
Copper and fiber solutions for diverse and environmentally demanding applications that typically require adherence to strict performance criteria.
Low-voltage Cabling Solutions
Solutions that include music and paging systems, CCTV and security systems, fire alarms and access control systems.
We employ full-time BICSI Registered Communication Distribution Designers (RCDDs) to assist and optimize your company network design. Wired or Wireless' team of technicians install and certify cables per ANSI standards to ensure consistent performance for installed cables across all your locations. We can source, install, de-install and maintain:
- Cat 3 Cabling
- Cat 5 Cabling
- Cat 5e Cabling
- Cat 6 Cabling
- Cat 6e Cabling
- Fiber Optics Cabling
- Coax Cabling
Benefits of Structured Cabling
From an investment point of view structured cabling provides an exceptional ROI. A structured cabling system will outlive all other networking components and will require only minimal upgrades. According to International Engineering Consortium:
- Construction costs for the cabling of the voice, data, and BMS can be reduced by up to 30 percent when integrating the cabling and delivery methods.
- Moves, changes, rearrangements, and upgrades can be performed more cost-effectively, with a potential savings of 25 to 40 percent for material and labor when using an open-office cabling approach.
Additional advantages in using structured cabling:
- Consistency - Same cables exist everywhere in the building.
- Support of multi-vendor equipment - You can mix and match vendors.
- Simplifies moves adds and changes - As your company grows and/or moves locations with structured cabling your network resources are always ready to go.
- Simplifies troubleshooting - Wired structuring systems problems are easier to isolate and fix.
- Support of future applications - A Cat 5 or even Cat 6 compliant system will support future applications with little (if any) system upgrades.
About Structured Cabling Systems
Structured Cabling Systems are at the base of modern information networks, designed to accommodate quickly and cost effectively. With frequent moves, adds, and changes a structured cabling system can alleviate workflow disruptions and network downtime associated with enterprise restructuring.
According to International Engineering Consortium www.iec.org providing an internationally standardized structured cabling system and consolidating cable-delivery methods for all the systems can reduce initial construction costs for the cabling infrastructure of a modern intelligent building by up to 30 percent.
Building an IT infrastructure that is future ready is more important than ever. In today's competitive business world enterprises must be able to respond fast to changes that occur in the market place. For some firms this means modernizing their data center to meet strict new regulatory requirements while for other enterprises, being future-ready is all about shortening the development and deployment cycle on new services that are essential to retaining existing customers and acquiring new ones.