Networking

/Networking
Networking2012-06-29T14:44:59+00:00

CAT5e provides 100Mhz bandwidth – whereas the next generation CAT6 provides 200Mhz of useable bandwidth over the system. These levels of bandwidth more than cater for today's data transmission protocol of high performance computer networking.A disadvantage of copper cabling is the limit of 90 meters of cabling from the main patch panel to the final outlet – so to address this drawback, fibre optic cabling is used.

All Electric Technics Ltd engineers are highly experienced in cabling situations – from educational premises, hospitals and industrial sites. This allows them to provide you with exceptional work standards from cable containment to cable management.

Each copper system installed is tested and certified and results presented to you for reassurance of the capability of the installation – showing all wire maps and results. 25 year fully warranted installation is also available.

Communicating information from one computer to another can be problematic, especially when large quantities of data need to be moved quickly and regularly. We offer both hardwired (Cat 5) and Wireless (up to IEEE 802.11g (108Mbps)) options and can provide a networking infrastructure best suited to your own company requirements and your location.

a sample network enviromentWith over 12 years of networking installations we fully understand the potential minefield of computer networking and are able to define both your present and future cabling system requirements. Taking into account your existing/planned network infrastructure we can provide specifications, installation schedules and costing tailored to your requirements.

All our cabling work is undertaken on a minimum disruption basis, even being installed outside normal office hours, thereby providing minimal disruption to your environment, business and staff.

Electric Technics Ltd also provide data and voice networks, along with Voice over IP. This technology is especially cost effective for businesses with offices in remote locations. Voice over IP allows you to contact colleagues at a remote site, via the internet, using your existing telephone system. Voice over IP provides you with a no-cost call service between office locations all calls to remote offices being routed securely via the internet, and did we mention its free?

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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