Infrastructure is Key
Much like a city requires proper planning for roadways, it is crucial to have the correct cabling infrastructure to run the building in place. Fiber and copper cabling is needed to connect building technologies and to enable communications for the occupants of the building.
Fiber optic cabling is ideal for long distance and high bandwidth connections. We have the tools and partnerships to make it happen.
Copper cabling is the default cable for almost any connection. We can install and certify any copper infrastructure.
Getting the cable to the right place is one thing, but making sure it works is another. We can certify cabling installs and provide full reports.
How We Can Help
Cabling is at the heart of most connectivity that we enjoy on a daily basis. Even a wireless connection requires a wired backbone to work. Our structured cabling services range from the design of an entire building or campus network to the installation and finally the certification of the entire system.
When it comes to cabling, future-proofing is key. Once a building is built, it can be tedious to add cable and fish it to the right spot. Even if it is possible, it is going to be costly. Installing more cable than initially required is always a smart investment, as the buildings infrastructure can then grow with the occupants without major additions or modifications to the backbone.
We work with all major cable manufacturers and are certified to work with both copper and fiber optics, from cable pulling to termination and the certification of the entire network.
Our team can install and maintain cable tray and conduits for the structured cabling infrastructure, minimizing the need for other trades in the structured cabling process. In addition, we can supply all necessary equipment from racking to patch panels and cassettes, whether it is a single data closet or an entire data-center, we have the partnerships to supply the right equipment for the project.
Power distribution is another important factor for building technologies. Not only does everything need to be powered, but it also needs to continue in the event of a power failure. With power distribution controllers, power backups and uninterruptible power supplies, we can solve all the power issues any of the equipment on site may end up facing.