The cable infrastructure in your office or building is a critical component of your entire network. Proper planning, design, installation, and maintenance of this infrastructure can have a positive impact on your company’s day-to-day operations and can contribute to its success.
Whether you’re building a new location or want to upgrade your existing infrastructure, Caller-IP is the only provider you need for your cabling projects.
As a full-service provider, our start-to-finish approach includes the following:
2. Site Survey
4. Materials Supply
All your sites will receive high-quality design, consistent workmanship, and proven equipment. We offer comprehensive solutions for all infrastructure types — CAT3, CAT5e, CAT6, RG-6 Coaxial, and wireless networks.
There are several valuable lessons to be learned from such cabling nightmares:
1. Every structured cabling installation eventually needs to be modified.
That is why it’s important to have structured cabling specialists design and install your network infrastructure. A well-engineered IT cabling system makes it easier and more cost-efficient to scale and meet changing bandwidth needs in the future.
2. Adding more infrastructure is not always the right answer.
Adding more functionality to a network does not always mean more cabling. Properly designed and installed structured cabling enables you to integrate the latest technologies and stay competitive without creating your own cabling nightmare.
3. Good cable management is important for a robust, flexible, structured cabling system.
Cable management tools such as ladder racks, cable trays, raceways and identification tags make your structured cabling installation more organized and visually attractive; they also save time and money when servicing and upgrading.
Even the most state-of-the-art IT network hardware is only as good as the structured cabling system that supports it. A well designed and properly installed structured cabling network will reduce overall infrastructure costs and ensure that your entire IT network functions optimally.
On the other hand, a poorly implemented structured cabling system can lead to cabling nightmares — such as the ones we’ve shown here — and severely affect the performance of your IT system.