The quality and reliability of your network begins and ends with your cabling. Think of it this way: you could have the most well-equipped vehicle on the market, but it’s just no good to you if it’s running on flat tires.
To extend the metaphor just a bit, the tires you bought years before will inevitably grow tired, and newer and better options are available that will take your performance to a whole new level. Without them your machine will never reach its full potential.
You may have invested in the ideal technology to keep your facility connected and running optimally, but you’ll never enjoy the complete return on your investment if your cabling is holding you back. Here at Teltek, we can help your mission-critical technology thrive with assessments, installation, and maintenance completed by our BICSI-certified technicians.
We may live in a wireless world, but cabling is still the lifeblood of your facility’s networks. It’s the direct link between your end device (computer, phone, printer, camera, speaker, etc.) and the technology you rely on.
This physical cabling is run throughout your facility’s walls and ceilings, linking your voice and data connections to telephone closets and server rooms (which should be kept cool by the way).
Here’s a quick look at a few of the most common terms/options that you’ll encounter for voice and data cabling.
The most common reasons include:
If you have an older facility, or aren’t sure which type of cabling you currently have, we would encourage you to consider a system review. Cables have improved tremendously over the years, offering drastic performance increases.
Also, your current cabling may technically work, but it could be holding you back.
As we outlined above, the older workhorses that trace their way through walls and ceilings are showing their age. Making strategic improvements and updates can offer incredible, practical benefits.
How does it work?
Our technicians can help you maximize network speed, reliability, and productivity. Contact us with any additional questions you may have, and to schedule your free evaluation.
Don’t risk a network outage, or let poor cabling performance slow your team down.