In an industry where change is the only constant, new options are always available for upgrading or enhancing your communications network. CAT6 and CAT6A standards are in place, making this product a reliable upgrade from your CAT3, CAT5, or CAT5E network. If you are considering a Gigabit speed network or the implementation of Voice Over IP (VOIP) phone system, CAT6 may be just what you need.
Most data and telecom networks are supported by copper cabling. Our technicians will install cabling and components of your choice, but we are supported by Hubbell Canada and can offer competitive rates using their recognized cable partners.
Check our Products page to look for components you may wish to use during your installation.
Maybe that extra line you need is just beyond the capability of copper. Maybe you need faster data transfer on your backbone or there is interference reducing performance. Fiber optic cable is well known for reliability and speed of transmission for data and voice applications and may be the solution to improving your LAN for indoor or outdoor applications, and more recently for fiber-to-the-desk high-speed network access.
Fiber optic cable is designed to provide a consistent “highway” for your information. Many applications and office environments require rapid transmission and large volumes of network “traffic” to travel from device to device. While fiber to the desk is possible, most often the multi-mode or single-mode fiber is used for backbone or long-haul usage. A SAN or data center environment can benefit from the faster transfer rates fiber can provide.
Let us know what you need:
- supply and installation
- we now offer fusion splicing to extend your existing fiber or replace a damaged segment
We recommend and install Corning fiber for indoor commercial applications, building to building connectivity, and specialized installations such as surgical suites.
Wireless communication can broaden your company’s infrastructure to include neighbouring buildings and locations, or to reach out over a distance not feasible with copper or fiber optic cabling.
Wireless products can fit many different needs. In a LAN environment, a well-placed infrastructure can allow you secure access to the internet or your VOIP system from your PC or laptop, anywhere your network is designed to reach. Leased lines between facilities can be a monthly burden. Consider the possibility of adding a redundant link using wireless equipment you own.
Outdoor links using PTP (point-to-point) technology can keep your facilities communicating over greater distances. Building to building links can be installed to provide everyday or redundant communication links that can help improve “traffic” flow over your network.
Our technicians have gained valuable field-tested knowledge in addition to manufacturer training and are ready to help you find your wireless solution. A wireless system analysis may be a good way to determine if there are any security issues that need to be addressed in your current wireless network.
View our product lines from Fortinet, Proxim, and Ubiquiti and we will tailor the products to fit.
Many industries and commercial facilities use LAN based camera systems to monitor their environment either indoor (retail, office) or outdoor (commercial, parking lots) for security of the property or for owner protection.
Several companies offer camera systems that can be your in-house recording system to watch areas that are of concern. We offer products from Axis and Ubiquiti, but can also install customer provided equipment.