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Network Topology for Voice and Data

"Network cabling is the backbone infrastructure for all conducting system communications. This provides the connectivity for all voice and data communications between networks and linked devices. To ensure reliability it is essential that network topology is tailored to your needs and the exact cable standard installed by authorized engineers"

Network Infrastructure: Surveys
Network infrastructures must be ‘fit for purpose’, which is why we perform free premise surveys. This ensures that network design and cabling installation packages are tailored to your needs.

Our Engineers are Experienced and Qualified
Our technical team are certified Alcatel-Lucent engineers, essential for Alcatel-Lucent partner accreditation. With 15 years uninterrupted industry experience we understand and deploy the wiring requirements for your voice and data system requirements.

To ensure premium standards of installation our own engineers install and solve cabling issues. We also employ Alcatel manufactured cable and Hellermann Tyton hardware to guarantee product quality.

     Integrated BSL Solutions

  • Free Premises Survey
  • Network Health Check
  • Network Consultancy and Design
  • Voice and Data Network Cabling
  • Ethernet, Fibre Optic & Wi-Fi Network Installation
  • Racks, Enclosures and Cabinets
  • Telephony Cabling Installation
  • Telephone System Maintenance

Network Standards – Cat5e/ Cat6
Demands for superior performance from increasingly complex networks have given way to transmission speed improvements. Cat 5e is now the installation benchmark, which complies with Cat5e/ Cat6 standards.

A fixed cable network is common place, even with a modern Wireless LAN there will still be some element of cabling required. For more information on this » Go to Wired and Wireless LAN

Category 5e or Category 6a network cable solutions are frequently used in single buildings. However where, multiple buildings, distance or electrical interference create network design issues then Fibre Optic will be considered to link separate cable networks.

Most networks utilize one type of cable the choice of which depends on the network’s topology, protocol, and size. Understanding the network and cable characteristics is essential for a successful network.

VoIPVoIP: As most business telephony applications are now fundamentally part of the corporate data network many companies are switching to VoIP to reduce costs. To utilise VoIP services, a suitable and stable network is a necessity. Before deciding on VoIP you need to ascertain whether your bandwidth can support the demand and deliver the call quality you need.

Call us for impartial advice on 0800 064 1999

Future Proofing: To ensure that future technologies and speeds can be supported with today’s applications, you need to ensure that your network backbone is up-to-date and scalable. This may mean upgrading cabling and wireless networks to ensure the infrastructure is capable of supporting new or future technologies and speed. We provide a complete, structured cabling solution for either your existing premises or for a new location if you intend to move. Additional points and upgrades can also be easily provided.

Why not contact us today to find out how we can support you.