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Equipment Installation and Relocation
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Wiring and Fiber Optic Installation for Voice and Data Networks


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Avaya Equipment installed

  • Avaya ERS 2500 series
  • Avaya ERS 3500 series
  • Avaya ERS 3600 series
  • Avaya ERS 4800 series

Adtran Equipment installed:

  • MX2800
  • Total Access
    • 624
    • 700
  • TSU's
    • 120
    • 120e
  • Routers
    • 3200
    • 3205
    • 3540








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Onsite areas served:

  • Illinois Chicago area
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Structured Cabling

So often we've walked into a site to find no cable organization at all. Wires will be randomly hanging down a wall, over doorways, across cubicles to connect a phone or computer. Sometimes it may be unavoidable but, that's why they make wall track. A lot of times too, we will see cable coming out of a wall with no plate or covering to protect the cables (or the wall). Then too, the cables are just tangled in knots and running in every direction. Sad to say, that even in a few organizations that tout their computer savvy (techies), have the worst mess of patched networks that would scare most others away. Server rooms should always be well managed and organized with clean, dressed cabling and properly labeled items or even color coded patch cables, which help in identifying network areas.

When we start a design, we must first understand the client's requirements. What will they be connecting? Do they need to physically separate networks? Printers? Servers? Departments or centralized locations? What speed cable should be considered for now and in the the future? We'll look closely at the layout and length issues. Does the distance between groups make it more practical to have several wire centers? Is there distances that require fiber backbone? Of course, what paths are suitable to run and support cables. Most places have stringent codes for low-voltage cabling or 'cordage'. Surprisingly, construction designs don't often provide for low-voltage (voice-data) in their plans, or it's an afterthought. This is very disturbing at times, where locations should be 'stubbed' in before the walls are covered.

Inside the server room, there should be adequate or even extra room to build a wire center. We will recommend that wiring be on one rack with all the cable management hardware, to support and organize the wiring. The equipment in a second rack (side by side), which allows for the ease of cabling with shorter cables and allows access to the back of the patch panels unobstructed by switches or equipment that often makes it very difficult to punch down cabling.

Labeling a network and documenting locations make it so much easier to troubleshoot problems quickly. Smaller networks are usually simple to label. But with larger, more complex campus networks, it is imperative to fully document the design.

With large installations, besides knowledge and experience, you need the right tools. The following is a sample of a certification report. Each cable is analyzed on a full page in the report.



cable analysis report cable test management




IP Office VoIP Solution with Cat 6 Structured Cabling Project (PDF)














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