Most offices and homes are wired for only basic services like electricity, telephone, and limited cable TV. The wiring is not business ready, nor is it enough to take advantage of the new and future technologies.
Nology Solutions can install a custom structured wiring network that connects all the rooms in your office and home to a central location. From there, services like telephone, fax, and high speed internet can be routed to any room. Conveniences like satellite, cable, internet, and closed circuit TV can be enjoyed wherever you choose. And because the wiring networks we install have the future in mind, new technologies like interactive TV, digital television, and video-on-demand can easily be made part of your home and your lifestyle.
Lets you watch video from antenna, cable, satellite, VCR, or DVD in any room.
Gives you access to multiple telephone lines for voice, fax, or modem in any room.
Lets you link home computers to share files, printers, and internet access. All the internetworking conveniences!
High performance wires and cables are run from wall plates in individual rooms to a central location.
Incoming services like telephone, surveillance, cable, internet, and satellite TV are brought to the central distribution panel.
The panel houses all the distribution hardware and allows services to be routed (and reconfigured) to each room.
The wall plates in each room have high-performance terminations and connections to assure high-performance end to end. Just plug and play!
Category 5e and 6 are the standard to which most networks are wired. The copper solution as a whole is very cost effective.
The two negative aspects to using copper cable are the speed and distance limitations. The speed concern is being addressed and improved, however, the distance limitation remains a problem. The only way to extend the distance is to use a signal regenerator such as a hub or repeater.
The fiber-optics backbone is an excellent compliment to the copper network. It allows you to connect two or more areas with distance or high volume concerns together i.e. office to warehouse areas or multi-level office areas with no adverse affect to the network.
The costs tend to be slightly higher and are easily justified upon closer examination.
Fiber to Desktop
This solution is emerging as a superstar in the industry. There are several benefits to this method of cabling, such as, virtually no distance barriers, higher network speeds, less or no wiring closets required and less network hardware.
The major drawbacks are slightly higher cost and the network has to be reconfigured for fiber network cards and fiber switches.