Companies are always changing, but your business equipment will always need reliable connections. If it's a completely new facility that lacks adequate data and voice cabling or just relocating a few users to new work areas, Western Data can install and support all forms of network connectivity. Fiber, traditional copper, and even high capacity managed wireless networks will keep you connected for years to come. Our project staff will work with your design team to make sure every phase of the installation is accurate and complete.
Some Benefits of Structured Wiring:
Get a Higher Return on Investment
A structured cabling system unifies your IT network for data, voice and video. That unified structure reduces the need for updates and lowers your maintenance costs. Additionally, any additions, moves or changes can be made within the system with ease, saving your company both time and money.
More Flexibility Within Your System
Multiple wiring systems can be a headache. A structured cabling system, however, consolidates your wiring system into a single infrastructure that transfers data in multiple formats. This flexibility also makes the system easy to dismantle and move to a new location if needed.
Simpler to Manage
You won’t need to continually call on a big team to keep your data center cabling under control, as it can be administered and managed by minimum staff. When changes do need to be made to the system, they can be done in a faster, more efficient way, with minimal disruption.
More Aesthetically Pleasing
Aesthetics matter, too. Structured cabling creates a cleaner, less cluttered look than a point-to-point cabling system. A cabling system plagued with wires left and right can slow functionality, but a unified system is more efficient and easy to use. The benefits of structured cabling simply can’t be underestimated when looking for the right telecommunications network for your company. If you want a simplified system with room to grow, one that maximizes functionality and saves your business both time and money, structured cabling is the way forward.