Data Cabling

As part of any current network infrastructure, clients in today’s market are dependent on a data cabling system that is designed and applied in a neat, high performing and flexible manner.

Data cabling as a topology has become an integral part of the day to day functioning of any business wishing to perform at maximum speed. Since the phasing out of Local Area Network systems, such as Ethernet and Token Ring, the introduction and establishment of the category data cabling systems, including CAT3 to CAT5 which have since been superseded by the currently ratified CAT5E, CAT6 and CAT6A cabling solutions.

These new data cabling systems ensure the swift deployment and delivery of both voice and data transfer to the edge device.
Our projects include new data cabling, design and installation for new buildings and refurbishment projects, to maintaining and extending existing networking systems, in a quality yet cost effective manner.

Fibre Optic Cabling

Fibre Optic Cabling is becoming ever more essential to ensure high performance levels within any communications network infrastructure design.

Fibre Optic Cabling can be installed to the desktop retaining greater speed than copper cabling, but this is generally not applied at this stage due to the cost implications associated with such an installation and due to the durability of the fibre cable segments.

Fibre Optic Cabling segments are generally used as backbone links that link Local Area Network distribution cabinets, or as direct links to essential network interfaces to maximise traffic delivery. This requirement is generally fulfilled using multimode fibre cable which, as the name suggests, is designed to support many modes or rays of light which makes it ideal for different network needs.

Fibre Optic cabling can be terminated and presented in many different ways depending on customer preference and available budget.

Wireless LAN

As wireless technology improves in critical areas such as security, reliability and bandwidth delivery, higher education and public sector establishments have begun deploying wireless networks more pervasively throughout their premises, not simply for offsite and in-building mobile workers, but for the entire organisations.

Pervasive networks supporting more users and applications require a wireless network that can scale in performance by providing increased throughput while delivering greater reliability and predictability. Although still not the replacement to fixed cabling, wireless networking is no doubt the future as technology forges forward striving for a cable free networking world.

Bandwidth available on wireless access point units is ever increasing and features are being enhanced and released due to the overwhelming demand to deliver reliable performance to the mobile user. As technology embraces the idea of the wireless networking we remain well equipped and at the forefront of wireless technology and competing product offerings to ensure our clients receive only the best impartial advice and solutions to meet their wireless requirements.