What can be pre-terminated? Both Copper and Fibre solutions.
Entire floors with gop box and/or floor box configuration.
Data Centre fit outs.
Copper and Fibre Panel to Panel Links.
Copper and Fibre Harness Links.
Copper and Fibre bespoke patch lead requirement.
Complete bespoke cabling solutions.
What other services are offered?
Unpacking of components and counted into qty for various phases. To save expensive engineers opening packet after packet we do it offsite and package into zones.
Patch lead labelling.
Pre-site assembly. Pre-site assembly can be that of any component an example would be a data centre with MPO fibre. We would pre-load the cassettes into the fibre cans. The Fibre cans would be built and...
Fulneck Golf Club
Wednesday 2nd October
9.30am - 12.30pm
Breakfast and Refreshments on arrival along with EnGenius gifts for all attendees
Mobile connectivity is going through some significant changes at the moment, with the arrival of WiFi 6 and 5G. However, what will the new standards bring, and what is WiFi 6, anyway? We take a look at what the technology has to offer.
WiFi 6 is the next-generation standard in wireless technology. WiFi 6 builds and improves on the current 802.11ac WiFi standard. WiFi 6 was originally built in reply to the growing number of devices in the world. If you own a Virtual Reality device, multiple smart home devices, or have a large number of dev...
Pemsa launches its new product, Rejiband Rapide. This new wire mesh cable tray has a super-quick system of connection: a two-step assembly, requiring no screws or fastenings, that greatly assists in the speed of the installation.
This new Rapide wire mesh cable tray offers two installation options: a vertical and a swivel assembly. With the first one, the tray fits vertically from the top whilst the swivel installation assembles with just two clicks, one for each side. Both options facilitate the installation of the product both on the wall and in the ceiling and, in a real install situation, generates an important saving in time and labour costs.
The main advantage of Power over Ethernet (PoE) is delivery of data AND power over one Cat5e/Cat6/6A Ethernet cable. PoE ends the need for AC/DC power supplies and outlets. A remote installation costs less than fibre as no electrician is required. Ethernet cable costs less and is often already installed buildings.
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